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BTWF roles: John Cusack in Class
August 11th, 2009 under Before They Were Famous, John Cusack. [ Comments: 1 ]

Before John Cusack was America’s Sweetheart, he was just a teenager going to Class. You would never think that the 16 year old would become the sex symbol he became by looking at him in that 1983 movie, but he did and thanks to him holding a boombox in Say Anything he will always have my heart!


I so have to see Hot Tub Time Machine
July 24th, 2009 under John Cusack. [ Comments: none ]

via AICN
I have not seen a trailer in a really long time that has gotten me as excited as Hot Tub Time Machine. This movie looks so stupid and so bad, that you know it is going to be f*cking brilliant! It will be the Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle of 2010. C’mon John Cusack doing bad comedy, that is genius casting!
Seriously this movie had me at the title and the rest is just gravy! I so can’t wait for February to see just how bad this movie is!!!


John Cusack to work with his sister Joan again
October 19th, 2006 under John Cusack. [ Comments: none ]

John Cusack is starring with Hilary Duff, Joan Cusack and Marisa Tomei in "Brand Hauser: Stuff Happens," a dark political satire Cusack co-wrote and will produce. Josh Seftel directs the pic, which shoots late this month in Bulgaria. Avi Lerner’s Millennium is financing. Cusack plays an assassin assigned to kill a Middle East oil minister. His cover is that he’s producing a big trade show that includes a wedding between a local pop star and a politico, but complications ensue. Cusack and Grace Loh are producing through his New Crime banner, along with Millennium’s Lerner, Danny Lerner and Les Weldon. Cusack penned the script with "Bulworth" co-writer Jeremy Pikser and Mark Leyner. Cusack previously co-scripted "Grosse Pointe Blank" and "High Fidelity."


I miss chick flick Cusack


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