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See the star-studded trailer for a new film series about the economy

See the star-studded trailer for a new film series about the economy
Patton Oswalt, Amy Poehler, Sarah Silverman, Adrian Grenier, and Werner Herzog are among the more than 80 actors, directors, and academic and civic leaders who are collaborating on the digital series We the Economy: 20 Short Films You Can't Afford to Miss. Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Productions and Morgan Spurlock’s Cinelan will produce the series of informative and entertaining films that tackle serious economic issues. “At its core, the vision of this project is to fuse artistry and storytelling with economic expertise to engage the public in a truly informed dialogue about the U.S. economy," says Carole Tomko, general
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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.09: "Kill Clause"

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Ryan (Jonathan Togo) moonlights as a security guard and looks at the tank containing jellyfish. When asked by the other security man if he's doing his job, Ryan remarks, "...feel at ten grand a plate there aren't many murderers" at the charity event. The security man spots a 'bad man' because of his moves, "like he's stalking prey." Referring to Jesse (Eddie Cibrian). So Jesse's character could have gone either way at this point in the season, he could either have been all bad or all good and no shades of grey in between. Ryan asks for ID from Jesse. Ryan says Jesse, "looks gorgeous in your tux." Hey, Ryan didn't know you felt that way, ha. Jesse watches a woman and then denies he knows her, but Ryan insists she knows Jesse. A man hangs over the balcony above the tank and falls into the jellyfish, which pounce and kill him.
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2009 Alma Awards Honorees in TV

Alma Awards is back for the fourth time to present honors to the Hispanic community specializing in entertainment business. National Council of La Raza's CEO Janet Murguira announced on Tuesday, August 25 with the assistance of Executive Producer Eva Longoria, the names of people crowding the honorees list.

The category in TV is divided into two according to the show's genre, comedy and drama. Showing a domination in the former category is the cast ensemble of "Ugly Betty". Meanwhile in drama, "Lost" and "Dexter" each brought in three of their actors.

Not only respecting those on screen, the awards also credit some people that work behind the scenes. These group of people, which names can be seen on the official site, include directors, writers, producers, stylists and others.

Apart from honoring the Year in Television, Alma Awards are giving recognitions to movie, music and sports categories. One performer will be selected
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ER: Watch the Last Episode, "And In the End..."

ER said goodbye last night. As you might expect, the two-hour episode was filled with medical drama from start to finish. The faces have certainly changed over the years but castmembers like Scott Grimes, Parminder Nagra, Linda Cardellini, John Stamos, David Lyons, Mekhi Phifer, and Angela Bassett have kept the legacy alive.

Though much of the final episode of ER focuses on personal stories, there are plenty of plenty of references to storylines and characters of days gone by. George Clooney and Julianna Margulies don't return for the last installment but Eriq La Salle, Laura Innes, Sherry Stringfield, Noah Wyle, and Alex Kingston do. It's certainly nice to see their faces in the opening credits once again. Rachel Greene (Hallee Hirsh), the daughter of the late Dr. Greene (Anthony Edwards), returns to help keep her Dad's memory alive. Longtime minor characters like Haleh (Yvette Freeman), Frank (Troy Evans), Chuney (Laura Ceron
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Exclusive Set Slideshow: NBC’s ‘ER’ Filming in Chicago With Noah Wyle on Jan. 30, 2009

Chicago – HollywoodChicago.com has obtained from a reader named “Kevin” exclusive set imagery of NBC’s “ER” filming in Chicago with Noah Wyle and David Lyons on Jan. 30, 2009.

Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley declared the day “ER Day”. The day saw filming of the very last episode of “ER” ever since its beginning in 1994. These shots were obtained in Chicago at Broadway Avenue and Lawrence Avenue under the Cta red line.

ER” in 2009 features Noah Wyle, William H. Macy, Angela Bassett, John Stamos, Shiri Appleby, Laura Cerón, Deezer D, Alex Kingston, Lynn A. Henderson, Abraham Benrubi, Parminder Nagra, Troy Evans, Linda Cardellini, Scott Grimes, Brian Lester, Dinah Lenney and Leland Orser.

ER” in 2009 also features Louie Liberti, Angel Laketa Moore, Amy Aquino, Perry Anzilotti, David Lyons, Gil McKinney, Michael B. Silver, Christopher Amitrano, Brendan Patrick Connor, Emily Rose, Nasim Pedrad, Courtney B. Vance, Imani Hakim, Justina Machado, Monique Daniels, Angel Parker,
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ER: Clooney and Margulies Return to Closed Set for a Final Episode

There's more good news for fans of ER. While the network decided to end the medical drama after 15 seasons, the execs at ratings-starved NBC want to make sure they make the most out of the show's final run. That translates to a return visit by two of the series' most famous alum and a few more episodes.

ER tells the tale of Chicago's County General and a revolving door of doctors and nurses with plenty of personal and professional drama. Long-term castmembers have included Noah Wyle, Laura Innes, Laura Ceron, Maura Tierney, Deezer D, Goran Visnjic, Anthony Edwards, Yvette Freeman, Eriq La Salle, Emily Wagner, Alex Kingston, Lynn A. Henderson, Sherry Stringfield, Abraham Benrubi, Mekhi Phifer, Julianna Margulies, Paul McCrane, Lily Mariye, Troy Evans, Parminder Nagra, Ming-Na, Linda Cardellini, Conni Marie Brazelton, Montae Russell, Ellen Crawford, George Clooney, Gloria Reuben, and Scott Grimes.

It was believed that the medical drama would end last year but,
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