Less than 24 hours after NBC announced that it was developing a follow-up series to the 1989 movie classic Say Anything, the network has shelved the project, TVLine.com reports.
CBS has given pilot orders to dramas from John Cusack and Elementary producers Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly, TVGuide.com has learned.
The untitled drama from Cusack is set in the world of...
If you wanted to woo girls in the '80s, you needed one thing: a boom box.
That's what Adam (Sean Giambrone) will use on the Oct. 22 episode of The Goldbergs after he gets a major crush on his neighbor Mandy (Natalie Alyn Lind) — because, like most of us, everything he knows about romance, he learned ...
Oprah Winfrey, Forest Whitaker
Oprah Winfrey is back on the big screen for her first lead movie role in 15 years, and we've got a first look at her new role.
At least it was short.
Charlie Sheen brought his "Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour" to Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Friday night. To call it a show would be using the term very loosely. It was a bare-bones, one-hour dialogue with an interviewer in which Sheen showed a total inability ...
How to Train Your Dragon
For the first time in three weeks, Alice in Wonderland didn't take the top spot at the box office. How to Train Your Dragon debuted at No. 1, according to The Associated Press.
The DreamWorks animated flick opened with...
John Cusack is going to bat for his political beliefs this week. The actor's appearing in a new, 30-second spot in which he asserts that, if Sen. John McCain were voted into the White House, he would continue President Bush's policies to an extent that would render their administrations identical.In the ad, produced by MoveOn.org, Cusack challenges viewers to distinguish between the two with a pop quiz of sorts:Cusack discussed the ad with the AP, saying, "I know my opinion doesn't matter more than anyone else's and I just make films. But I do feel you have to speak out, and that's what I'm doing."What's your stance on Cusack's political effort? Should celebs be speaking out or stick to making movies? Anna Dimond
Ah What happened to our little Lizzie McGuire Former teen queen Hilary Duff is really trying to prove shes all grown up these days with her new movie War Inc with John Cusak Ready to cringe In this clip from the movie dubbed The Scorpion Dance Duff walks through gunfire as she enters a bar only to drop a deadly insect down her pants and writhe around to get the guys riled up Um how sexy Gina DiNunno
Gong Li courtesy MGM/Weinstein Company
Gong Li is for sure going to Shanghai, the Weinstein brothers' period drama, and John Cusack is in talks to join her.... Mark Ruffalo has been tapped to play a fellow U.S. Marshall opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island, based on Dennis Lehane's novel about a hurricane at a nuthouse.... Nikki Reed (the vamplet from Thirteen) and Saw IV's Betsy "Avenging Angel" Russell have RSVP'd yes to Chain Letter, a slasher flick about a killer who targets kids who fail to forward a (see title). Ben Katner
Question: Are there any plans to bring Stephen King's latest horrorfest to the big screen? It's a haunting story that grabs you like few other recent books have, and it's believable!
Answer: Despite the generally dismal history of Stephen King's novels and their movie adaptations, there are indeed plans to make a feature film (as opposed to a TV miniseries, where King has fared a little better) from his most recent novel, Cell. It's set up at Dimension Films, the horror arm of Miramax, and Hostel (2005) writer-director (and dyed-in-the-wool horror buff ) Eli Roth is attached as director and either screenwriter or cowriter. There's no cast or start date yet; Roth is currently shooting Hostel 2 and won't start