Seems like Hollywood has taken to shooting videos on DiCaprio property. Last year, the actor admitted that all of the interviews in his environmental doc, The 11th Hour, were shot in his mother’s garage. Last week on Ellen, he said that the new “Go Vote” PSA for Declare Yourself was filmed entirely at his home in LA. These days, who really needs a professional studio to churn these clips out?
A Saturn EV1 — the ill-fated star of the doc Who Killed The Electric Car — recently sold at auction for $465,000! The price is incredible — but even more amazing may be the fact that only a handful of these vehicles still exist after GM went about rounding them up and sending them to the landfill; a fact not lost on the seller who claims that GM is still after him for the car. Perhaps his only saving grace is that he currently lives in Canada. [Read more…]
The creator of Airplane, David Zucker, whose latest film, An American Carol, takes a swipe at left-wing politics, is still a treehugger at heart. “I’m in a bunch of environmental groups,” he said, including Tree People. “I think you can be a Republican and still be into these other fine things.” Zucker also has two hybrid cars and solar panels on the roof of his home. [Read more…]
Could Bruno — Sacha Baron Cohen’s German alter-ego — have found a fan in ethical fashion designer Stella McCartney? The character sat second row at a McCartney show sparking rumors he was invited. Bruno sat smoothing his hair dring the unveiling, showing “wild approval for some looks, disdain for others.” [Read more…]