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Woody Harrelson Brings Sustainable Bus To Movie Set

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Woody Harrelson isn’t just known for his acting skills, but he is also recognized for his sustainable lifestyle.

The actor recently showed up to the set of his new HBO movie, Game Change, with his sustainable bus. It isn’t your ordinary bus, as it has dolphins, rainbows and unicorns painted on the side and is known as the “Mothership.” Inside is a cork floor and it even has solar panels.

The bus was originally used in the 2003 documentary, Go Further, where Harrelson traveled California by bike and sustainable bus to spread the word about eco-friendly living.

Crew and cast members have been spotted going in and out of the bus, including Julianne Moore, who plays Sarah Palin in the movie based on the book about the 2008 election.

via Celebitchy.com

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