Movie bosses behind Salma Hayek and Kevin James' new film Here Comes The Boom have instigated eco-friendly rules to make the shoot as green as possible.
The actors are currently filming the new comedy on location in Massachusetts, and the set has been specially designed to reduce waste and help the planet.
Plastic water bottles have been banned along with non-biodegradable paper cups, costumes are sent to an environmentally-friendly dry-cleaner, and the set has been made using sustainable bamboo. Actors and crew members are also being encouraged to recycle.
A production spokesperson tells the Boston Herald, "We strive to reduce waste and recycle as much as possible. Eliminating water bottles reduces the transportation of those bottles and excess waste after use. Similarly, dry cleaning, energy generation and sustainable lumber are a focus due to their supply chain impacts."