A quick note; Do you remember the movie Being John Malkovich, the one where John Cusack and his girlfriend go into Malkovich’s brain? Then along the way John Malkovich goes into his own brain? Yeah, it was a weird movie but it was funny too. The ETF business may be having its own Being John […]
Much like John Malkovich, the star of the Super Bowl ad they made for Squarespace, John McKelvey and Hannes Ciatti--eponymous leaders of New York startup agency JohnXHannes--are multifaceted makers. The Australia-bred ex-Droga5 pair launched their shop, which they call a "creative collective," in early 2016. They're committed to keeping the core team small--it's just the...
In 2004, Spike Jonze had already made Being John Malkovich and Adaptation, and he'd mostly retired from making music videos. There were, however, exceptions. Jonze, for instance, couldn't resist the opportunity to give Ludacris gigantic...Show More Summary
John Malkovich is very good at being bad. His Broadway breakthrough came in 1984 when, aged 31, he played the easygoing football lunk Biff in Death of a Salesman, and he’s said that his favorite part was poor, tragic Lennie in Of Mice and Men (1992). But that’s not what he’s remembered for. Think...
The famed actor will explore the nature of power when he plays a dictator in a European stage tour.
Next time you’ve got to plan a kid’s birthday party, you might want to steer clear of Stephen Colbert and John Malkovich’s new venture, which offers up an experience sure to fuel the nightmares of your little ones even more than a Birthday clown.
John Malkovich is seriously perplexed in Squarespace‘s 2017 Super Bowl Commercial. “How is it that John Malkovich.com is taken?” John deadpans at the opening of the tech company’s spot, as he looks to buy his website for his new clothing collection. (P.S. Did you know he really is a clothing designer now?!) “I really am [...]
In a variation on the theme of good cop/bad cop, Stephen Colbert and John Malkovich play happy clown/sad clown in their new business, Stephen and John’s Kiddacular Birthday Entertainment. Because, sure, you could wait until your kids are grown and gone for them to learn the existentially burdensome truth that ... More »
These are the Super Bowl ads everyone will be talking about on Monday morning, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Melissa McCarthy, John Malkovich, and more.
Never say "awww" to John Malkovich. "Scandal" star Jeff Perry on Thursday recalled Malkovich's reaction to Perry's performance in a decades-old Highland Park church basement theater production. Perry said his character was learning how to read, and says at the end of the first act, "Aww, look Belle,...
From John Malkovich to Adolphus Busch, Super Bowl ads examine the challenges of starting a business.
Actor John Malkovich struggles to secure the domain name JohnMalkovich.com in Squarespace's new ad.
When Squarespace first met with John Malkovich last spring, the website-building company had no idea the actor was thinking about building his own website. Squarespace signed up Malkovich to act out a string of David Lynch characters...Show More Summary
In a new ad slated to run during this weekend’s Super Bowl, John Malkovich is seen struggling to try to get the JohnMalkovich.com url and becoming frustrated — and uttering profanity, which is bleeped — because someone else has it.....
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John Malkovich has a new ad for Squarespace and it's beyond epic. We don't know if this will end up in Super Bowl LI but it has already gone viral.
John Malkovich, an actor known for his eccentric roles, pondered the concept of there being another John Malkovich in the world who could claim his domain name JohnMalkovich.com, which caused him to wax philosophically about his identity due to a short film in which other people live inside his head. After composing a demanding email […]
If we learned anything from Being John Malkovich, it’s that we are all in some way Malkovich. Perhaps that’s why the revered actor can’t get the domain name he wants in this Super Bowl spot he did for Squarespace. The post Squarespace: JohnMalkovich.com appeared first on The Awesomer.
John Malkovich is no stranger to identity crises, having served as the muse for Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman’s surrealist comic masterpiece Being John Malkovich. Still, the celebrated actor was in for a surprise when he attemptedShow More Summary
Avoiding runway shows, the actor is plugging a website hosting service that helps him sell his theatrical, untrendy men’s wear directly to the public.