Need even more evidence that the greening of Hollywood continues? From the major eco-efforts of studios and the LEED Gold Status of Sony Pictures’ new office buildings to the unveiling of a new planet-friendly database enabling Tinseltown’s movers and shakers how to make their productions more sustainable, everything seems to be as good as green these days.

Glitzy movie premieres and awards ceremonies – most recently the 2010 Emmy Awards – continue to reflect eco-sensibilities, a goal that FOX network’s Eco-Casino shindig embraced down to every last detail. Proving that partying hardy can easily be a green affair, stars from Bones, Glee, Fringe, House and the new series Lone Star were notified of their impending social commitment via e-invitations and were then whisked away to Boa steakhouse in LA on the evening of the affair in hybrid cars. From there, they enjoyed organically produced and locally harvested eats accompanied with recycled content napkins, biodiesel-generated LED lighting, casino chips made with recycled consumer content and signage made with biodegradable material.

If you’re more interested in what FOX’s stars do to green it like they mean it, here’s a rundown of the latest, greatest eco-revelations as confessed during this annual event:

Via Mother Nature Network