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John Cusack [4]


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Born:June 28, 1966 (51)
Filmography Rating:8.27 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.70 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.26 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:76.30%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Anastasia [1997](31) => Dimitri (voice)
Serendipity [2001](35) => Jonathan Trager
1408 [2007](41) => Mike Enslin
1408: Unrated Version [2007](41) => Mike Enslin

Trivia that mentions this person:
1408 [2007]
  • In the movie John Cusack's character says to his recorder, "hotel rooms are just naturally creepy places, don't you think? I mean How many people have slept in that bed before you? How many of them were sick? How many were losing their minds?" Stephen King wrote this in his explanatory note of 1408 in his compilation book of short stories.
  • John Cusack's second appearance in a Stephen King film adaptation. The first was Stand By Me.
  • Mike Enslin has a Chicago White Sox hat. Chicago is John Cusack's home town. Also, in a previous film, Eight Men Out, Cusack portrayed White Sox third-baseman [?] George "Buck" Weaver. Cusack himself is both a devoted Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox fan. He has said so in numerous interviews.
    1408: Unrated Version [2007]
  • John Cusack's second appearance in a Stephen King film adaptation. The first was Stand By Me.
    1408: Collector's Edition [2007]
  • John Cusack's second appearance in a Stephen King film adaptation. The first was Stand By Me.
  • In the movie John Cusack's character says to his recorder, "hotel rooms are just naturally creepy places, don't you think? I mean How many people have slept in that bed before you? How many of them were sick? How many were losing their minds?" Stephen King wrote this in his explanatory note of 1408 in his compilation book of short stories.
    Anastasia [1997]
  • Glenn Walker Harris Jr. voices the younger version of John Cusack's character in this film. In Say Anything, he portrays Cusack's nephew.
    Serendipity [2001]
  • The book that Jonathan searches for, Love in the Time of Cholera, is also mentioned by John Cusack's character in High Fidelity in a list of books he's read.
  • Cool Hand Luke was also mentioned as John Cusack's character's favorite film in America's Sweethearts.
  • During filming of this movie in NYC, the following note was posted on a production trailer: "Yes, we are filming a movie. It is called 'Serendipity'. It stars John Cusack and some girl from Britain that you wouldn't know - even if we told you her name. We will be shooting tonight until midmorning. Please don't ask the crew any questions. Even if they don't look like they are working, they are thinking."
  • Jonathan (John Cusack) tells Sara about the constellation Cassiopeia. In the movie The Sure Thing, Cusack's character also tells the love interest (Alison) about Cassiopeia.
    Watchmen [2009]
  • Casting rumors over the years included Sigourney Weaver (Sally Jupiter); John Hurt, Robin Williams, [?] Doug Hutchison, Daniel Craig, Simon Pegg, [?] Glen Hansard (Rorschach); Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren (Dr. Manhattan); Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Busey, Ron Perlman, Thomas Jane (Comedian); Richard Gere, Kevin Costner, John Cusack, [?] Joaquin Phoenix (Nite Owl); Nathan Fillion (either Comedian or Nite Owl); Jamie Lee Curtis, [?] Hilary Swank, Jessica Biel, Hilary Duff (Silk Spectre); Tom Cruise, Jude Law (Ozymandias). In the finished film, Jackie Earle Haley is the only one of the seven primary cast members who was even in the film industry when the movie was first attempted.
    Apollo 13 [1995]
  • The role of [?] Fred Haise (Bill Paxton) was first offered to John Cusack but was turned down. Charlie Sheen was also considered for the role.