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For 12 years, Noah Wyle played a doctor on television with his role as Dr. John Carter on NBC's "ER." He plays another well-educated type this week as Flynn Carson, a man with 22 academic degrees, in the two-hour movie "The Librarian: Return to King...
Tags: Jane Curtin, Don Knotts, Movies, Family, TNT (tv network)
The TV ZoneLast time we heard from Anthony Edwards, he was heading out the door on a year-long trip with his family that would take him hither and yon, far from the madding crowds of TV or "ER," where he made......
The TV ZoneYes, I believe this one hundred percent. One thousand percent. "ET's" reporting as we speak that George Clooney is filming a couple of scenes tomorrow and Friday. No other details, but here's pretty much the full piece...(And don't forget......
The TV ZoneHow I could I have let this date sneak up on me? But it has: George Clooney returns to "ER" tonight. Here's the coy program description, which has not mention of GC, but he'll be on anyway. Take it......
The TV ZoneMissed tonight's big return? Fear not! We have the clips, or some of 'em, and head to NBC.com, or Hulu in the morning, for the full episode. My review, on the jump... OK, you want more? On to the......
The TV ZoneAnd in the end... (Pix: NBC) So, tomorrow night is the end of "ER," as you're well aware, and there will be a few cameos, as you're also aware. But howabout this one? George Clooney makes one more pass......
Zap2It.comThe most mild-mannered action hero in TV history will be back on TNT late this year. The cable network has begun production on the third installment of its "Librarian" franchise, with former "ER" star Noah Wyle reprising his title role. The movie, titled...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 26, 1997 Home, poet Robert Frost wrote, is "the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in." But don't assume they're happy to do so or that you'll be any happier once you're inside. Few things in life are as...
NewsdayWife beaters with large bank accounts are above the law. Abused wives, especially those who used to work for tips, are toast. The only recourse for these women is to change their identity, muscle up and kill the bum. This is not the only simplistic...
Think L.A. is the only place you can get that tingly deja vu feeling in a dark movie theater when a familiar place pops up on the screen? Think again. Chicago is one of the great American "location" cities. With its grand vistas, energetic urban air and...
"White Oleander," a polyurethane blossom from modern Los Angeles, is a movie that really nags your conscience. It's a faithful, well-produced, well-cast version of an often moving and perceptive novel by Janet Fitch about a young girl's painful odyssey...
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