As we reported earlier this month, NBC Universal is getting serious about taking entertainment green. Today, additional details were released that give us a good idea of the steps they
I love documentaries. Not only for their candid nature and interesting topics, but because they allow a different perspective on a feature of life or society you never considered. Take
Ellen can now claim herself as a lean mean “green” dancing machine! Despite suffering from a back injury and hosting from a hospital bed, nothing could keep Ellen from spreading
Julia Roberts is getting into a habit of accepting roles based on the lives of strong and passionate women. Her 2000 film, Erin Brockovich, won her the Academy Award. Now
Fast fact of the day: The Day After Tomorrow was the first film to go carbon neutral. Way back in 2004, Twentieth Century Fox paid $200,000 for a reforestation project
There is no escape. Green is now all around us. Prepare to be overwhelmed. It’s gone from an issue of awareness to an issue of marketing potential and dollar signs.
Shrek 3 isn’t even in theaters yet and already plans are underway for the 4th installment. Of course, there’s no dead horse to beat with this series — yet. The