Some actors can pull off any person in any time period with chameleon like precision, while others can't even pretend to be anyone but themselves. Granted, these two extremes are the most fun to watch, but the people that tend to beShow More Summary
No, this is not a joke.
A few days back, my wife and I watched the John Cusack movie "High Fidelity." Classic movie for any music lover for many reasons -- not the least of which is that it unleashed hilarious Jack Black to the world. In the film, Cusack plays...Show More Summary
The new action flick starring John Cusack and Thomas Jane can be yours!
John Cusack and Thomas Jane give it their all and save a bad movie in the process.
Want to live with a celebrity? Try being a celebrity yourself. The Stir rounds up celebrity pairs you probably didn't know lived together: John Cusack and Jeremy Piven: They were childhood friends in Evanston, Illinois, and lived together in Chicago. But when asked later what happened when Cusack became successful,...
Movie buffs may remember a strange film from 1999 called "Being John Malkovich." In it, puppeteer Craig Schwartz (played by John Cusack) finds a magic portal into the mind of the
As Say Anything proved, airing your emotions for all to hear—whether they feel like listening to Peter Gabriel right now or not—is a surefire strategy for getting what you want. And so after Cameron Crowe and John Cusack hoisted their...Show More Summary
At this rate, it's only a matter of time before NBC shelves the project.
News broke late Monday (Oct. 6) that NBC and 20th Century Fox TV are developing a comedy that would serve as a sequel to "Say Anything..." -- followed quickly by the movie's writer-director, Cameron Crowe, and star, John Cusack, denouncing it on Twitter."Regarding the announcement of a 'Say Anything' tv show... Show More Summary
Cameron Crowe and star John Cusack voiced their objections to NBC's 'Say Anything' series last night, which may halt the show's development. [...]
Cameron Crowe and John Cusack fight a proposed NBC series
Yesterday, we learned that NBC was putting together yet another TV series idea based on a classic film. This time around, the network wants to turn Say Anything into a TV show. However, the original cast and crew who shot the movie have now spoken out about Say Anything?s new premise and TV potential. Click To Continue Reading
Cameron Crowe and John Cusack have nothing good to say about NBC’s planned “Say Anything” TV series.
Cameron Crowe's beloved 1989 rom-com Say Anything ends on a note of wistful optimism, as Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) joins his true love Diane Court (Ione Skye) on a flight to England. If you like that ending, stop reading now. Yesterday,...Show More Summary
NBC is developing a follow-up series to the 1989 classic Say Anything — but not if Cameron Crowe and John Cusack have anything to say about it! Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Say Anything Ione Skye John Cusack Cameron Crow...
Making a TV show out of Say Anything, one of the most beloved rom-coms in the history of film? Bold. Doing it without getting the blessing of original writer/director Cameron Crowe, or even telling him about it first? Extra crispy bold. Good luck with this one, NBC.
As Deadline readers found out on Monday that NBC and 20th Century Fox TV were developing a comedy series followup to Cameron Crowe's 1989 coming-of-age classic Say Anything starring John Cusack and Ione Skye, apparently so did Crowe....Show More Summary
Photo via Curbed Chicago The Chicago timber loft that appears in the 1999 John Cusack film High Fidelity has just hit the market—and the place has not changed much in the last 15 years. The three-bedroom duplex is still all...
Twenty-five years after the John Cusack held a bulky boombox over his head and blasted Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes,’