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 […]
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John Cusack thought it would make him look like a punk.
“What really matters is what you like, not what you are like,” John Cusack’s Rob Gordon declares midway through High Fidelity, an admission the obsessive, self-obsessed record collector preemptively defends with, “Call me shallow, but...Show More Summary
Remember that scene if HIGH FIDELITY where John Cusack keeps asking Jack Black to analyze what he means by saying "I haven't seen EVIL DEAD 2 - yet"? Yeah, keep that in mind when I say I haven't watched the first season...Show More Summary
Todd Louiso is best known for playing the extra sensitive record store clerk, Dick -- opposite John Cusack and Jack Black -- in the 2000 music movie "High Fidelity." Guess what he looks like now!
If our hero of the 80s -- the one, true symbol of all that was once good -- turns 40, does that mean it's officially time for us 80s addicts to grow up and accept modern reality?
"Raise the stakes." Lionsgate Premiere has debuted the trailer for a powerful action thriller titled Arsenal, about two brothers who must go to battle against a ruthless crime boss. Johnathon Schaech and Adrian Grenier star as the Lindel brothers, who "only had each other" growing up. Show More Summary
The action thriller starring Adrian Grenier & John Cusack hits theaters and on-demand January 6 The post Nicolas Cage Nose What He’s Doing in the Arsenal Trailer appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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How did director Cameron Crowe get permission to use Peter Gabriel's 'Your Eyes' in John Cusack's iconic scene? The answer is bizarre. The post Movie Legends: The Crazy Tale of How ‘Your Eyes’ Got Into Say Anything appeared first on CBR.com.
Lucky McKee's upcoming thriller MISFORTUNE has just nabbed another young star to put through the wringer. Said young star is Jacob Artist, a Ryan Murphy alum who has now appeared in both Glee and American Horror Story: Roanoke. Artist will be taking a lead role opposite John Cusack. He hasn't had much of a chance to prove himself on the silver screen, so... Read More...
EXCLUSIVE: Jacob Artist, best known for his role as Jake Puckerman in Fox’s musical series Glee, has booked the lead alongside John Cusack in Misfortune. Ellar Coltrane and Willa Fitzgerald co-star in the thriller directed by Lucky McGee...Show More Summary
I get a bear hug from John Cusack and suddenly were talking joyfully with Bill Murray and Michael Wilbon about the epic dimensions of what we have just witnessed.
Samuel L. Jackson is set to add “the concept of gravity” to the very large list of things he’s tried to save in movies. (See also: Troubled teens, ghost-hunting John Cusacks, and this motherfucking plane.) Variety reports that Jackson...Show More Summary
He called John Cusack’s hat dumb.
Dodgers vs. Cubs live updates: Clayton Kershaw vs. Kyle Hendricks in Game 6 of the NLCS Oct. 22, 2016, 4:26 p.m. The Cubs have a 3-2 lead in the NLCS, meaning the Dodgers have to win today to avoid elimination and force Game 5. Today's game start at 5:08 PT in Wrigley Field. Follow along with our...
SELLER: John Cusack LOCATION: Malibu, CA PRICE: $10,300,000 SIZE: 4,660 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: After six months on the market and several substantial price chops John Cusack sold his beachfront house in Malibu for $10.3 million, an impressive amount that is almost five times the $2.1 million he paid in November... Read more »
Poor Lloyd Dobler. He din't want to sell anything, buy anything, or process anything as a career. Turns out that extends to real estate as well. John Cusack, who will always be Lloyd from 1989’s Say Anything, just did sell something - his home in Malibu.
My favorite scene in the 1985 movie “The Sure Thing” is when John Cusack and Daphne Zuniga are stranded in the middle of nowhere, cold and hungry, and it starts to torrentially pour. Seeking shelter in a locked trailer, John bangs incessantly...Show More Summary