June 7, 2010
Posted: 07:53 AM ET
As the BP oil spill disaster continues to grow, some faces from the world of entertainment are popping up to lend a hand. Perhaps even more surprising: at least some of the stars are being taken seriously. These are desperate times indeed.
A look at some of the luminaries who have been consulted on the disaster so far, and an assessment of whether or not they will really be able to do anything to help.
James Cameron: The director of “Avatar,” “Titanic” was called into a meeting of experts by the Environmental Protection Agency yesterday to try to come up with answers on how to clean up the spill.
Can He Help?: Cameron is a committed environmentalist, and has directed and produced a number of deep-sea documentaries, so he knows a thing or two about getting around beneath the waves.
Tune in TONIGHT at 9pmet to see JAMES CAMERON ON LKL – he'll discuss his ideas to clean up the Gulf of Mexico! What do you want to ask him? Leave us a comment!
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