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Sandra Bullock wants her part of Gulf Coast restoration video removed until she’s certain it wasn’t influenced by the oil industry.

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A spokeswoman for Sandra said in a statement Thursday, the actress wants her footage removed from the film until she’s told it was influenced by oil companies, the Associated Press reports.

This statement was announced after DeSmogBlog posted on their website that the campaign was an industry push for more drilling and taxpayer money to repair the damages caused by the BP oil spill.

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The film was produced by the New Orleans group, Women of the Storm, and lists America’s Wetland Foundation as a partner, who lists BP and other oil companies as sponsors on its website.

The founder of Women of the Storm, Anne Milling, says the foundation provided experts and information, but the video was not funded by oil companies.

Still, Sandra wants to get her part of the video removed and we wonder whether the other stars in the film will follow her lead.

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