BP can't manage to shut off its gushing undersea well. The federal government seems impotent. Don't worry -- Hollywood is here to help.
James Cameron is offering his submersibles to assist with the clean-up effort. Even more surprisingly, it seems that after completing Waterworld in 1995, star Kevin Costner invested in centrifugal oil separator technology that was used on the Exxon Valdez spill. It has been fine-tuned over the past 15 years since he bought it and is about to be tried in the Gulf.
Stephen Baldwin is making a documentary about it. It could turn-out to be very exciting film-making -- disasters have a way of finding Kevin Costner.
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