Knowledge Identifier: +John_Cusack
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1966.
Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (14%), Australia (6%)
Linked to: War, Inc., New York University, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Cubs
Daphne Zuniga - In 1985, she starred opposite John Cusack in "The Sure Thing"
The Grifters (film) - Meanwhile, John Cusack had read Jim Thompson's novel in 1985 and was so impressed by it that he wanted to turn the book into a film himself
Dead Poets Society - On their Oscar Nomination edition of "Siskel & Ebert", both Gene Siskel and Ebert disagreed with Williams' Oscar nomination, with Ebert saying that he would have swapped Williams with either Matt Dillon for "Drugstore Cowboy" or John Cusack for "Say Anything", and on their "If We Picked the Winners" special in March of 1990, Ebert chose the film's Best Picture nomination as the worst nomination of the year, believing it took a slot that could have have gone to Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing"
James Mangold - Mangold subsequently wrote and directed "Cop Land" starring Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel and Ray Liotta; "Girl, Interrupted", which won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1999 for Angelina_Jolie; "Kate & Leopold", starring Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman for which Jackman was nominated for a Golden Globe as best actor in a musical or comedy in 2001, and the 2003 thriller "Identity" which starred John Cusack
Natasha Gregson Wagner - In 2000 she had roles in "Stranger Than Fiction" and "High Fidelity" opposite John Cusack
Jack Black - In 2000, Black appeared in "High Fidelity" as a wild employee in John Cusack's record store, a role Black considers his breakout
Kate Beckinsale - Beckinsale's second film appearance of 2001 was in the romantic comedy "Serendipity" as the love interest of John Cusack
Bridget Moynahan - Her next role was a supporting role in 2001 film "Serendipity" as Hally, the fiancée of John Cusack's character
Sidney Blumenthal - He was the associate producer of the 2002 film "Max", directed by Menno Meyjes and starring John Cusack, about the early political rise of Adolf Hitler and the aesthetics of Nazism
Between 2005 and 2009, John Cusack blogged at "The Huffington Post", including an interview with Naomi Klein
David Gerrold - The novelette won both the Hugo and Nebula *awards, and a movie version was released in November 2007, with John Cusack playing the adoptive father
In March 2008, police arrested Emily Leatherman outside Cusack's Malibu, California home for stalking the actor
Chiwetel Ejiofor - Ejiofor appeared alongside John Cusack in the 2009 film "2012"
Brad Anderson (director) - Anderson replaced Joseph Ruben as director of Bold Films thriller "Jack" in May 2010, and cast John Cusack for the lead, who has since been replaced by Liev Schrieber
Eddie Vedder - He attended many of the Cubs' 2016 playoff games and was in attendance, along with fellow Cubs fans John Cusack, Bill_Murray, Bonnie Hunt and Craig Gass during the Cubs' historic Game Seven victory during the 2016 World Series
In November of 2017, Cusack implied in a tweet that he is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America
Christina Ricci - In 2018, Ricci starred opposite John Cusack in the psychological mystery-thriller "Distorted"