Jackie Chan is known best in America as an international action star who does his own stunts and has comedic chops. In his homeland of China, he’s know for all those things, plus being the owner of a successful theater chain, merchandise,...Show More Summary
Paul Dano and John Cusack now have officially one thing in common.
Is there a John Cusack movie from the '80s that you adore more than Better Off Dead? Think. The dark comedy about a teen named Lane Meyer - who turns suicidal when his girlfriend breaks up with him - probably could never be made today. And god help us all if Hollywood tries to remake this classic, which turns 30 years old this …
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RIP everything John Cusack ever tried in a movie. The times, they are a-changing, as some old guy once said. Courtship is going down the tubes with the Tinders and the OKCupids, and every year, movies about how people used to fall in love become less and less relevant. Show More Summary
Many years ago, Mikael Håfström (1408, Escape Plan) made Shanghai, a ’40s-set mystery with a splashy international cast that included his 1408 star John Cusack along with Chow Yun-fat, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Franka Potente, Gong Li, David Morse and Ken Watanabe. Show More Summary
In a world filled with secrets, solving a mystery can be murder. The Weinstein Co has debuted the official US trailer for a film called Shanghai, which you may remember hearing about because we ran the first trailer for this in 2010....Show More Summary
Will feature Nick Cannon, Wesley Snipes, Jennifer Hudson, Angela Bassett, John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson The post Spike Lee’s Chi-Raq to be First Ever Amazon Original Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Numerous actors have found their stardom reborn by signing on to Chinese blockbusters. The latest example, “Dragon Blade,” starring Adrien Brody, John Cusack, and Jackie Chan, grossed over $100 million at the Chinese box office. So it was no surprise that Mel Gibson has been attached to a big-budget World War II-set 3D Chinese movie. Show More Summary
His latest film Dragonblade, which hasn't seen a US release yet despite starring big Hollywood names including Adrien Brody and John Cusack, grossed 120 million USD in China, and it's estimated that Chan took at least a 10 million USD cut. [ more › ]
Adrien Brody plays the Roman general Tiberius leading an army to take over the Silk Road. This prompts Roman general Lucius played John Cusack to defect and help the Chinese, led by Jackie Chan and his awesome fireman’s hat.
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Jackie Chan is primarily known for the action-comedies that he cranked out during the ‘80s and ‘90s, as well as his more recent wave of indistinguishable family comedies like The Spy Next Door and The Karate Kid. However, Chan has also...Show More Summary
The Chinese-produced film comes out September 4th. Read the full article on AICN This Chinese-produced epic features Jackie Chan as a warrior named Huo An, John Cusack as a Roman general named Lucius, and Academy Award winner Adrien Brody as the evil warlord Tiberius. Show More Summary
Money makes strange bedfellows in filmmaking. As an example, here’s the first major US Dragon Blade trailer, showing off the film that unites Jackie Chan, Adrien Brody, and John Cusack in a story of Roman forces marching into China.Show More Summary
The film has already grossed over $120 million in China The post New Trailer for Dragon Blade, Starring Jackie Chan and John Cusack appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Adrien Brody stars as the evil Roman leader Tiberius in the new trailer for the action-packed adventure 'Dragon Blade'.
In an interview with Larry King, the liberal John Cusack again ripped Barack Obama, declaring him as bad as George W. Bush. On the topic of free speech and privacy, the actor lectured, "Well, after 9/11, right, a lot of rights went out the windows because we say magic words, like terror and so we don't need to respect constitutional rights..."
Plus, Cusack clarifies those comments in which he threw 'Better Off Dead' under the bus.
This week on the show, we chat with John Cusack about Love and Mercy and discuss sad summer movies. "Broken Projector: Endless Sad Summer" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary