Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|What was the name of the film in which John plays a 1940s art dealer in Nazi Germany?||John Cusack
Max. This was one of John's dramatic roles, and some had to get used to seeing a not-so-nice side of him come out through his character.
|Coincidentally, John's characters appear in numerous films _________ ?||John Cusack
standing in the rain. He is almost always found standing in the rain on the phone, watching someone, or doing something else that requires him to look so brooding and lovely.
|Upon leaving a mental wellness center in "America's Sweethearts", what does John's councellor tell Billy Crystal's character?||John Cusack
"Life is a cookie.". John enters a mental rehabilitation center after Catherine Zeta-Jones dumps him for Hank Azaria.
|In "High Fidelity", Rob Gordon fantasizes beating up the character played by which actor/actress?||John Cusack
Tim Robbins. This sprouted many fantasies from his character's mind. One of which involved Rob grabbing an old telephone and smashing Ray's (Tim) face in.
Ian "Ray" Raymond was the character played by Tim Robbins.
|In what movie did John Cusack make his debut?||John Cusack
Class. "Class" was released in 1983 and featured Cusack as Roscoe Maibaum.
|In what order does Rob Gordon organize his records in "High Fidelity?"||John Cusack
Autobiographically. John was not only the producer of this film, but he was also a writer (for its screenplay) and the musical supervisor.
|What was the name of John's character in "Say Anything?"||John Cusack
Lloyd Dobler . Cusack's role in "Say Anything" was his last teenaged role. "He (Cusack) gave her his heart, and she (Ione Skye) gave him a pen."
|"High Fidelity" was Joan Cusack's _____ movie with John?||John Cusack
7th. Seven! They appeared together in the following films:
"High Fidelity" (2000), "Cradle Will Rock" (1999), "Grosse Pointe Blank" (1997), "Say Anything" (1989), "Broadcast News" (1987), "Grandview, U.S.A." (1984) and "Sixteen Candles" (1984).
June 28, 1966, Evanston, Illinois. It was his sister, Joan Cusack, who was born on October 11, 1962.
|John Cusack starred in a movie that premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and won the Audience Award for Best Dramatic Picture. What is the name of this film?||All About John Cusack
Grace is Gone. "Grace is Gone" is about a man who learns that his wife, Grace was killed in the Iraq war, and takes his two daughters on a camping trip before giving them the sad news. John plays Stanley Phillips the widower.
The other three films, "The Pool," "Never Forever" and "Starting out in the Evening" were three other entrants at the Sundance Film Festival.
|Many movie stars have made guest appearances on primetime TV Shows, but John Cusack is not one of them. In fact, in the 1990's John only made one television guest appearance. On what TV show did John appear in 1996?||All About John Cusack
Frasier. In 1996 John appeared in one episode of "Frasier" (1993-2004) entitled "Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven" as a character named Greg who calls into Fraiser Crane's radio show. John Cusack and the show's star Kelsey Grammer both voiced characters in 1997's "Anastasia."
Jonathan Trager. "Serendipity" is the story of Jonathan Trager and Sara Thomas two people who meet while shopping for Christmas presents for the respective lovers in New York City. After spending a magical evening together they decided to test fate by splitting up and seeing if destiny brings them back together...
Nicholas Easter was his character in "Runaway Jury" (2003), Craig Schwartz was his character in "Being John Malkovich" (1999) and Lane Meyer was his character in "Better Off Dead" (1985).
New Crime Productions. His production company is called New Crime Productions and has produced "Grosse Pointe Blank" (1997), "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (1998), and "The Jack Bull" (1999) as well as various stage productions. He founded the company with two of his high school buddies, Steve Pink and D.V. DeVincentis.
Anastasia. John voiced the character of Dimitri in 1997's "Anastasia", opposite the voices of Meg Ryan and Kelsey Grammer.
|In what romantic comedy did John appear with Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta-Jones?||All About John Cusack
America's Sweethearts. In 2001, John played Eddie Thomas in this film, written by and co-starring Billy Crystal. John's character was an actor who ends up in a treatment center after he catches his actress wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones) cheating on him. However, he then begins to fall in love with her sister Kiki (Julia Roberts).
|What is the name of John's close friend and former roommate with whom he co-starred in more than 10 films with?||All About John Cusack
Jeremy Piven . John and Jeremy Piven grew up together in Chicago, and John attended the Piven Theatre Workshop run by Jeremy Piven's parents.
John and Jeremy have done more than 10 movies together including "One Crazy Summer" (1986), "Elvis Stories" (1989), "Say Anything..." (1989), "The Player" (1992), "Floundering" (1994), "The Grifters" (1990), "Grosse Pointe Blank" (1997), "Serendipity" (2001) and "Runaway Jury" (2003).
Recently Piven has found his own career success in the HBO series "Entourage" for which he received an Emmy for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2006.
High Fidelity. In 2001, John was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of record store owner Rob Gordon in "High Fidelity". However, he lost out to George Clooney for his performance in "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
Class. His first role was in "Class" (1983), when he was just 16 years old. He played the character of Roscoe Maibaum, a private school student. This movie also marked the film debuts of such stars as Andrew McCarthy and Virginia Madsen.