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'Cool as Ice': The Story Behind Vanilla Ice's Career-Killing Movie

'Cool as Ice': The Story Behind Vanilla Ice's Career-Killing Movie
Earlier this month, when Vanilla Ice announced via Twitter that he was boldly defying instructions to evacuate his Florida home in the face of Hurricane Matthew, it not only inspired what had to be the greatest (and possibly also the most depressing) tweet ever made by the Florida Democratic Party, but it also made one hope that it might really be a sneaky promo for an upcoming Weather Channel series wherein the rapper and reality TV star goes head to head with natural disasters.

Alas, "The Ice Storm" (or whatever
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‘CB4′ – essential viewing for fans of ‘Straight Outta Compton’


Directed by Tamra Davis

Written by Nelson George, Robert LoCash and Chris Rock

1993, USA

Back in 1993, two low-budget mockumentary-style comedies based on Gangsta Rap were released. The better of the two is Rusty Cundieff’s Canadian indie gem Fear of a Black Hat, chronicling the rise and fall of Nwh, a not particularly talented but always controversial hip-hop group. The second was CB4, about the rise to fame of Mc Gusto, Stab Master Arson, and Dead Mike, members of the rap group Cell Block 4. The similarities between the two are uncanny, so much so that one would think someone got their greedy hands on the other script and decided to shamefully steal the idea.

Written by music critic Nelson George and Saturday Night Live’s Chris Rock (who also plays the lead role of Albert, a k a Mc Gusto), this spoof on gangsta rap targets controversial rap groups (specifically N.W.A.) and deliberately provocative,
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Deezer D Released From Hospital

Deezer D Released From Hospital
Actor Deezer D has been discharged from a Los Angeles hospital just days after undergoing major heart surgery.

The former ER star, who played Nurse Malik McGrath of the hit medical drama, had his aorta replaced and a leaking heart valve fixed in a gruelling six-hour operation last week.

The actor - real name Dearon Thompson - has now been released to continue recuperating at home and he is thankful to his former TV co-stars and fans for lending their support in his time of need.

He tells, "Most of the cast from ER supported me - Eriq La Salle, Noah Wyle were at my bedside before and after my surgery. Shi McBride came and stayed with me and supported me."

And Thompson admits his health scare has strengthened his belief in a higher power.

He adds: "Thanks for all the prayers and love, the entire experience made God more tangible in my life. I just can't explain in words what I felt."

ER Star Deezer D In Hospital

ER Star Deezer D In Hospital
ER actor Deezer D is recovering in hospital after undergoing major surgery to correct potentially fatal heart problems.

The star, who played Nurse Malik McGrath on the long-running medical drama, had his aorta replaced and a leaking heart valve fixed in a gruelling six-hour operation on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Deezer - real name Dearon Thompson - is currently in the intensive care unit as he recuperates.

A source close to the actor tells, "It's the watch-and-wait period now but if all goes well, he'll be moved to a regular floor for another seven days.

"Once his cardiologist gives the all-clear, he'll be home - but with no more cigars and no strenuous exercise for awhile."

Exclusive Set Slideshow: NBC’s ‘ER’ Filming in Chicago With Noah Wyle on Jan. 30, 2009

Chicago – 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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