Clooney Chaos is Finally Over in St. Louis


Clooney's out
  • Clooney's out
George Clooney arrived here in early January act in Up in the Air. Where was he eating? Where should he be eating? Where would the movie be filming today? There were Twitter blasts and YouTube videos. How often is a movie star walking around Maplewood? Amirite?! So with a bit of sadness, we have to see George off. (Sequel?)

As of Thursday, movie crews were wrapping up in St. Louis.Today should be the last day, reports Joe Williams, movie critic over at the local daily. He says they are headed to Omaha next.

If you missed it, here are the headlines:

Parting Shot: Clooney Film Wrapping Up Today at 9th St. and Washington Ave.
April 23

OMG! This Local Artist Turned Down $5,000 and Still Made Paintings for the George Clooney Movie
April 22

Clooney in St. Louis is Jezebel's Hot Pic of the Day
April 15

OMG! Just Got a Tweet that George Clooney Movie is Filming at the Airport Hertz
April 9

George Clooney Drew a Gaggle in Lafayette Square Last Weekend
April 7

Will George Clooney Show at Busch Stadium?
April 6

OMG! George Clooney Supports Local Artists!
April 1

Maplewood Official is Cuckoo for Clooney
March 31

Dear George Clooney, Great to See you Saturday Night!
March 30

Heckling George Clooney Stalkers Today in Maplewood
March 27

Clooney Cluster@!&# Continues in Maplewood: "OMG!! There He Is!!"
March 26

George Clooney to Film In Maplewood This Week
March 24

George Clooney, Have You Considered...
March 6

Stltoday: Clooney Seen Drinking 40 oz., Enjoying Lapdances, Racing Go-Karts
March 6

Clooney Chaos Continues: Scenes From a Mall
January 26

"It's Clooney Chaos!"
January 16

George Clooney and 8 Great St. Louis Movie Clips
December 23, 2008


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