* Michigan incentives spark Hollywood boom amid downturn * Critics say jobs temporary, money better spent elsewhere * Motown home to TV's "Detroit 1-8-7", debuting Tuesday By David Bailey DETROIT21 (Reuters) - An unmarked Detroit police car makes a screeching stop outside a downtown bus terminal and the homicide detective dashes out to search for a suspect. Then the director yells cut, and actor Michael Imperioli and the dozens of extras posing as police and passersby for the new ...
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