IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR HARD BOILED FILMS, LLC- Matt Damon and his latest Hollywood movie, Promised Land, are under fire on a billboard in upstate New York. The billboard ridicules Damon's anti-fracking premise and its claims that fracking can cause water to light on fire. The billboard was erected by documentary film maker Phelim McAleer, whose pro-fracking film, FrackNation, airs on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013 on Mark Cuban's cable television channel, AXS. McAleer said he put the billboard up because he wanted the public to know that there had been flammable water in the United States for at least several centuries before fracking, "despite misleading information from Hollywood celebrities and environmental activists. (Adam Hunger / AP Images for Hard Boiled Films, LLC)

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IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR HARD BOILED FILMS, LLC- Matt Damon and his latest Hollywood movie, Promised Land, are under fire on a billboard in upstate New York. The billboard ridicules Damon's anti-fracking premise and its claims that fracking can cause water to light on fire. The billboard was erected by documentary film maker Phelim McAleer, whose pro-fracking film, FrackNation, airs on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013 on Mark Cuban's cable television channel, AXS. McAleer said he put the billboard up because he wanted the public to know that there had been flammable water in the United States for at least several centuries before fracking, "despite misleading information from Hollywood celebrities and environmental activists. (Adam Hunger / AP Images for Hard Boiled Films, LLC)
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR HARD BOILED FILMS, LLC- Matt Damon and his latest Hollywood movie, Promised Land, are under fire on a billboard in upstate New York. The billboard ridicules Damon's anti-fracking premise and its claims that fracking can cause water to light on fire. The billboard was erected by documentary film maker Phelim McAleer, whose pro-fracking film, FrackNation, airs on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013 on Mark Cuban's cable television channel, AXS. McAleer said he put the billboard up because he wanted the public to know that there had been flammable water in the United States for at least several centuries before fracking, "despite misleading information from Hollywood celebrities and environmental activists. (Adam Hunger / AP Images for Hard Boiled Films, LLC)
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