08:15 PM EDT 10/21/2013
Originally posted 05/09/2013 02:35PM
Originally posted 11/11/2012 05:00PM
Talking politics can be risky, but Mila Kunis, Matt Damon and John Cusack are taking a chance on screen.
Kunis's role on That 70's Show is nothing like her new project taking place in the same decade. Kunis will executive produce the CW drama Meridian Hills, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. In the series, a young woman joins forces with other politically motivated women in the Junior League during the women's liberation movement in 1972.
Damon, meanwhile, has signed on for an eight-part documentary series about climate change for Showtime, THR reports. The doc from James Cameron and Jerry Weintraub will focus on the human connection to the environmental conundrum.
Originally posted 06/12/2008 10:30AM
Politically active actor John Cusack is taking on Republican presidential candidate John McCain in a new commercial for MoveOn.org, a non-profit group which mobilizes voters.
In the 30-second spot, called "Betcha Can't Tell Them Apart," Cusack, 41, urges voters to take the Bush-McCain Challenge, and attempts to illustrate how Senator McCain and President George W. Bush share similar viewpoints on domestic and foreign policy – which he implies is to be frowned upon.
Originally posted 06/13/2007 02:40PM
Hilary Duff had an ultimate fan moment when she saw John Cusack in L.A. on Tuesday.
Originally posted 03/30/2007 04:30PM
A woman who was arrested outside Tom Cruise's home on Thursday for violating a restraining order is the same person who has been accused of stalking actor John Cusack.
Originally posted 07/19/2006 09:10AM
John Cusack, who has accused a woman of stalking him for the past year and a half, scored a victory in court Tuesday when a judge granted him a temporary restraining order.
Originally posted 10/04/2004 06:00AM
File under: Boys will be boys. After a night of partying in Manhattan's trendy West Chelsea neighborhood with a half-dozen buddies recently, Wicker Park star Josh Hartnett decided he hadn't had enough. So he and his posse approached the front doors of notorious "gentlemen's" club Scores West Side at about 3:45 a.m. Since the club closes at 4, the doorman refused to admit them. But Hartnett and his friends "practically begged to be let in," and even offered "a large tip," according to a source at the club. Summoning a manager, the doorman eventually relented – but only for one round of drinks. "They were very grateful," the source says. "They packed more partying into 30 minutes than anyone would think was humanly possible."
Originally posted 08/01/2001 01:00PM
A Web campaign was launched to put John Cusack up as a candidate for U.S. President. Now the same group is also touting sister Joan.
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