Brie Larson speaks on stage during the Women of Cinefamily Weekend screening of The Hunting Ground on Friday (August 19) in Los Angeles. The 26-year-old Oscar-winning actress took to her Instagram account earlier in the week to share a photo of herself recreating John Cusack‘s iconic boombox moment from the movie Say Anything. PHOTOS: Check [...]
John Cusack is the king of cult (and also one of the most genuine guys you'll run into) and we celebrate his collection with 2 limited edition tees here on The Chivery. Today, we're nostalgically ironic with Stream Anything, a modern tongue-and-cheek take on the cult classic, Say Anything.
Being Donald Trump: Delusions, Dishonesty, and the Empathy of a Hornet's Nest In the dark 1999 comedy, Being John Malkovich, John Cusack enters a hidden doorway and finds himself locked in a dark, cockpit-like space literally in the skull and behind the eyes of Malkovich. Show More Summary
The title of the book — Things That Can and Cannot be Said — demands an imperative. It is as if Arundhati Roy and John Cusack, aware of their internal turmoil in dealing with a world that is rapidly becoming unintelligible, though not incomprehensible, are demanding an order where none exists. Show More Summary
As John Cusack says in High Fidelity, "what really matters is what you like, not what you are like." You can tell a lot about a person by their Netflix queue—and even more, what the holy Netflix algorithm spits out based on what's already been viewed. Show More Summary
The legendary mobile music machine was everywhere in the 1980s and 1990s, and now you can own more than you'll ever have room for.
It wasn't quite John Cusack in Say Anything, but we'll take it. Two kids played the Star Wars theme outside composer John Williams's house on a whim in hopes of meeting the five-time Oscar winner (or at least we think that was their goal). Luckily, the legendary movie composer ruled against ... More »
Thanks to a surprise appearance from John and Joan Cusack and an insane show from Sufjan Stevens, the Saturday bill at the Pitchfork Music Festival turned our expectations completely upside down. [ more › ]
When Lloyd (John Cusack) stood outside Diane's (Ione Sky's) bedroom window holding up a boom box in Say Anything, he eventually got the girl. But IRL, this kind of gesture can read as creepy. Love can make people act crazy. And if you're...Show More Summary
A new clip from the Stephen King book-to-film adaptation of Cell (review) has been released and can be seen below. The scene shows John Cusack and Isabelle Fuhrman resting in a bar at night when Cusack wakes up and sees someone standing idly by. He decides to investigate but things don’t turn out the way […]
John Cusack is 50 years old today. And kickboxing is still the sport of the future. Born June 28, 1966, Cusack has compiled 81 acting credits. From playing “Roscoe” in 1983’s Class all the way to the 2017 movie Southern Fury, still in production. He’s been nominated for only a …
"I'm not sure what happened, but the end result was anemic, lazy and all over the place. You're better off reading the book...""The Arrow reviews Cell" Read More...
Roland Emmerich, the auteur responsible for such modest, human-centred dramas like The Day After Tomorrow (ice chases New Yorkers), 2012 (the Mayans try to kill John Cusack), and the 1998 Godzilla remake (Ferris Bueller and half of the Simpsons cast...
John Cusack has become a big name on the silver screen over the years, but he's mostly stayed away from television. Now, he's pitched two major TV shows that he'd be willing to appear in.Click To Continue Reading
Lucky McKee, the director behind such films as the awesome MAY and the devastating THE WOMAN, is gearing up to helm a "wild chase thriller" called MISFORTUNE, and the always great John Cusack is in advanced negotiations to star. Lee Nelson and David Buelow of Envision Media Arts are producing the film. Show More Summary
Cusack will play an embezzler who loses all his cash in the middle of the wilderness The post John Cusack Joining Lucky McKee’s Chase Thriller Misfortune appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Lucky McKee is a horror treasure, who first broke onto the scene with his indie May, starring Angela Bettis. He’s since directed the 2006 The Woods, as well as Red, All Cheerleaders Die and a story in Tales of Halloween. Next up he’s directing John Cusack in the chase thriller Misfortune for producers Lee Nelson […]
John Cusack is in advanced negotiations to star in Misfortune, a chase thriller for which Radiant Films is handling overseas rights at Cannes. The pic will be directed by Lucky McGee with Lee Nelson and David Buelow of Envision Media...Show More Summary
We sat down with him at his new restaurant in LA and talked about his deep Texas roots, the tortillas for his tacos, and how John Cusack can probably kick your ass.
This film adaptation, based on the Stephen King novel, stars John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson.