Bradley Whitford and Rachel Bloom join group pushing Hollywood to go paperless by 2030

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Bradley Whitford and Rachel Bloom have joined a pledge launched by fellow actors, writers and directors to push Hollywood to go paperless by 2030.

The group has partnered with digital scripting app Scriptation, which allows users to take notes and reviews as well as share script pages, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Along with the stars of “West Wing” and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” actors Travon Free, Gloria Calderón Kellett, and directors Michael Morris and Lauren Wolkstein, among others, also joined the engagement.

The script was used on more than 225,000 scripts, saving more than 11,200,000 sheets of paper, The Hollywood Reporter said. Over the course of a production season, a TV show can wade through over a million sheets of paper using physical scripts.

“It’s very easy to take notes in scripts and transfer those notes from one script to another without having to rewrite everything. Saves paper, it’s green, it’s great,” said Calderón Kellett , co-creator of “One day at a time”, to the journalist.

The script has been used on shows such as “Bridgerton,” “Saturday Night Live” and “Billions” and has saved a million pounds of greenhouse gases, 1.2 million gallons of water, 65 000 pounds of solid waste and 225 tons of lumber, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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