Solar, Biodiesel Make for a Green Valentine’s Day

John Davis

Red might be the color of Valentine’s Day, but green is the attitude for the movie “Valentine’s Day.”

The new Ashton Kutcher movie “Valentine’s Day” opens Feb. 12, and this story from USA Today says that Kutcher, who plays a florist in the movie, told Mother Nature Network’s Ecollywood that they had a green set:

There was a lot of dedication on this movie to using solar panels and clean energy and recycling. The fact that the movie was shot in L.A. actually made that easier to make happen. I think that every opportunity we have in our industry to make what we’re doing a more environmentally conscious effort is a good thing.

The article goes on to say that this isn’t the first time Hollywood has chosen a green path. The Fox-TV drama “24” uses biodiesel-fueled generators and hybrid vehicles.

Biodiesel, Solar