John Cusack And Cameron Crowe Are Against Say Anything TV Show

Posted: Oct 8 2014, 3:13am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

John Cusack and Cameron Crowe are Against Say Anything TV Show
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Actor John Cusack and director Cameron Crowe come out swinging against NBC's plans to make a TV Show based on their classic movie Say Anything.

20th Century Fox TV and NBC plan to create a TV Series based on the classic 1989 movie Say Anything. The Generation X movie told the romantic story of students Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) and Diane Court (Ione Skye) during the summer after their high-school graduation. The movie was directed by Cameron Crowe.

Apparently the studio went ahead with this project without talking to Crowe or Cusack. They would not have to, but now these guys came out swinging against this project.

Cameron Crowe Tweeted:

John Cusack added:

Do you want a Say Anything TV show? Watch a trailer of the 1989 Say Anything movie below.

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