Move over, Disney princes.
Will we or won't we?
Edward was almost played by John Cusack.
To understand the living...
This Mother's Day, be grateful your mom didn't make this list.
UPDATE: A television revival series based on the 1989 movie has been shelved after original director Crowe and star John Cusack publicly expressed unhappiness about the project.
Adapting a motion picture for Broadway isn't a new trend, but this season, there are several notable musicals based on classic films. Here's how they compare to the source material.
Plus an exclusive interview with Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson, 20 "healthy" costumes for Halloween, and sex advice from a fire artist.
Would a respected action star ever play a dude named Dink Heimowitz? You may be surprised.
The movie stars Forrest Whitaker as a butler who served in the White House through eight administrations. How do Robin Williams, John Cusack and James Marsden stack up as POTUS?
This year's Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 28 in New York. Here are some of the highly anticipated films we're looking forward to.
For no reason in particular, a look back at John Cusack's movie career. Swoon.
The actor reenacted his iconic "Say Anything" scene at the Hollywood Bowl before the singer performed "In Your Eyes." (Via Vulture)
Nevermore will you see anything cuter. Here's John Cusack at a screening of "The Raven," in which he plays a crime fighting Edgar Allan Poe, hence the giant raven. The raven's name? Suge. Honestly.
Will we see Lloyd Dobler once more? Cusack says: "I would do it if Cameron [Crowe] wanted to do it." He'd even hold an iPad over his head!
Yeah. That'll win her over. (via)
A mashup of The Legend of Zelda and "Say Anything." It's Link Dobbler!
Rumpled and gothic. He's grumpled.
Why is it always raining on Lloyd Dobler?
Something to ponder while you're watching 2012 this weekend. (Yes, we've been here before.)
NSFW trailer for an upcoming feature-length film starring John Cusack, Crispin Glover, Chevy Chase and Lizzy Caplan debuted at Comic-Con. It really is about a hot tub time machine.
A new study shows that fans of romantic comedies have unrealistic expectations of relationships and often have trouble communicating with their partners.
Because no one makes mix tapes anymore and giving someone a mix CD just doesn't do the job, you might as well go all "2.0" with the USB stick that comes inside a cassette.
John Cusack's stalker is back in the headlines.