When I sat down, I noticed a man sitting on the other side of the aisle, one row back, that looked strangely familiar. He was covered in dark winter wear, tall, older, with black glasses. Suddenly it hit me. JOHN CUSACK WAS ON MY FLIGHT.
Actor John Cusack doesn't hold his fire when it comes to critiquing fellow Democrats. The far-left star of Say Anything and Con Air has little patience for politicians who don't see the world through his progressive lens or fail to follow up on their liberal promises. Show More Summary
First on the agenda! Stephen King's novel Cell, which I enjoyed and own in actual book form, is moving forward on the movie adaptation. John Cusack will portray lead character Clay Riddell. Clay is an artist who has made his...
Paranormal Activity 2 director Tod Williams will helm the zombie thriller, with John Cusack starring.
Turns out we’re getting Hot Tub Time Machine 2 sooner than we thought. After months of speculation regarding a follow-up to the 2010 comedy, last week Adam Scott joined the cast, replacing John Cusack in the cast that features Craig Robinson, Clark Duke and Rob Corddry. Now Corddry confirmed the film will start shooting in the next week or so [...]
IFT, launched officially last week by Michael Benaroya and Miscellaneous Entertainment, has come on to finance and produce Cell and commences sales on a bucket of territories including the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan and South Korea. John Cusack is still attached to star. As previously reported, Tod ‘Kip’ Williams will commence shooting in... Read More
We've been hearing rumors of a film adaptation of Stephen King's bestseller CELL since 2007, starting when genre fave Eli Roth was set to helm. When that version failed to transpire, word began to spread that the novel was making its way to television from director John Harrison, but that obviously didn't happen either. Show More Summary
My crush also went to my camp, and I fantasized he would ask me to dance to "In Your Eyes," which was played every time, because it was the early 90s and John Cusack was still ruining romantic gestures for everyone between the ages of 12 and death.
For those of precisely the right age, there's no better John Cusack movie than Better Off Dead, the absurd 1985 comedy directed by "Savage" Steve Holland. Practically the whole damn movie is ripe for quoting ("and to drink... Peru!"), and it feels like the type of comedy that could never happen again. Show More Summary
Eighties fans almost universally love the 1985 flick Better Off Dead. John Cusack? Not so much. He reportedly walked out of the first screening and blasted director Savage Steve Holland for "making him look foolish."
David Cronenberg’s Maps To the Stars‘ imaginative casting call now adds Evan Bird, Mia Wasikowska and Olivia Williams. The trio join Robert Pattinson, Sarah Gadon, Julianne Moore and John Cusack, the latter three cast as recently as last month. The growing line-up is yet another healthy indicator of Maps To The Stars now on-target course to [...]Show More Summary
In the new based-on-a-true-story film from Precious director Lee Daniels (also of Nicole Kidman/Zac Efron Pee Movie fame), Oprah Winfrey plays Gloria Gaines, wife of Cecil Gaines, a fictional White House butler whose real life counterpart, Eugene Allen, worked through the terms of eight U.S. Show More Summary
David Cronenberg's ghost story MAPS TO THE STARS is adding more stars. The film, written by Bruce Wagner, already has Julianne Moore, Robert Pattinson, Sarah Gadon and John Cusack on board, and is in the process of bringing in Mia Wasikowska...Show More Summary
Vulture talked to New Girl’s production designer, Michael Whetstone. and prop master, Ben Lewis, about a few weird items found around the set. It’s a lot of fun! -Vulture Adam Scott is going to replace John Cusack in the eventual sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine, Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Uh-oh. I’m sorry, should [...]
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is still really happening, and Adam Scott is now in talks to star. He would replace John Cusack, who — unlike Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke, and director Steve Pink — doesn't plan to return. "Should a deal make, Scott would play an entirely new leading man, according to ... More »
Parks and Recreation star Adam Scott has reportedly signed on for Hot Tub Time Machine 2. The upcoming sequel to the cult 2010 hit Hot Tub Time Machine will reportedly see Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clarke Duke returning to their roles under the director of Steve Pink. While they are nearing the end of their negotiations to [...]Show More Summary
The Parks and Recreation star will take the lead alongside returning co-stars Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clark Duke. [...]
The gang’s all back for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, with one major exception. John Cusack will not reprise his role in the eventual sequel to the 2010 film. Instead the other lead in the film will likely be Adam Scott, star of Party Down, Parks and Recreation and the upcoming A.C.O.D. He’ll join returning cast [...]
With the suddenly choosy John Cusack refusing to reprise his role as one of its biggest ’80s in-jokes, the previously announced sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine has been forced to find a new everyman who can comically convey exasperation with his wackier cohorts. Show More Summary
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is on the way! While John Cusack has declined a return to time-travel comedy, Adam Scott has been brought in to take his place! Cusack's character will be written out of the film, with Scott portraying a new character. Original actors Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, and Clark Duke are all planning to return as well. Show More Summary