John Cusack
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John Cusack

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Film TitleCompaniesJob TitleCompanyStatusRelease Date
GRAND PIANO
Nostromo Pictures
CastCompletedMarch 07, 2014
BAG MAN, THE FKA MOTEL
TinRes Entertainment
CastCompletedFebruary 28, 2014
ADULT WORLD
Infinity Media, Inc.
Treehouse Pictures
Anonymous Content
CastCompletedFebruary 14, 2014
SALINGER
Weinstein Company (TWC), The
Story Factory, The
CastCompletedSeptember 06, 2013
FROZEN GROUND, THE
Lionsgate
Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films
Court Five
Envision Entertainment
Grindstone Entertainment
Cheetah Vision
K5 International
Valentina Films
CastCompletedAugust 23, 2013
LEE DANIELS' THE BUTLER FKA BUTLER, THE
Weinstein Company (TWC), The
Laura Ziskin Productions
Salamander Pictures
Windy Hill Pictures
Pam Williams Productions
Follow Through Productions
CastCompletedAugust 16, 2013
NUMBERS STATION, THE
Piccadilly Pictures
Furst Films
Matador Pictures
Content Film
Echo Lake Productions
Atlantic Swiss Productions
uFilm
Blue Lake Media Fund
CastCompletedApril 26, 2013
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