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We've watched him laugh. We've watched him cry. We've watched him dress up as Edgar Allan Poe and solve crimes, for some reason, and regretted it almost immediately, but still, we watched him. And we'll continue to watch him as he makes new movies, like "The Numbers Station," opening April 26.
Yes, we've come a long way with John Cusack as moviegoing public and at this point we feel like we know him. We feel like we might even be besties. Get More »
If you're over a certain age, chances are you love John Cusack. After all, in the '80s and '90s, the guy was pretty much solid gold. Since 2000's "High Fidelity," though, he's pretty much appeared in one pile of ass after another, so if you're under a certain age, you can be forgiven for wondering just what the big deal is with this guy.
Guys like Johnny Depp, Christian Bale and Robert Downey Jr. are awesome, but for our money, the most underrated superstar in Hollywood is John Cusack. For the past quarter century, all the guy has done is turn out one indelible performance after another, both in classics ("Say Anything") and in films that should have been complete crap but were actually pretty fun just because he was in it ("2012," anyone?).
But can even Cusack make math cool?
Well, we're about to find out, because according to Variety, Cusack has just signed on to star in the upcoming thriller "The Numbers Station" -- and with Cusack on board, we have a feeling the only number you'll need to know now is number one. Get More »