Cameron Crowe

‘Aloha’ Trailer: Say Hello to Cameron Crowe’s New Film

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by Matt Singer February 12, 2015 @ 8:40 AM
When we compiled our most anticipated movies of 2015 here at ScreenCrush, I fought hard to include Cameron Crowe’s new movie ‘Aloha.’ True, ‘Elizabethtown’ was sort of a disaster (about a disaster, so it was thematically appropriate, if hugely disappointing), and ‘We Bought a Zoo’ wasn’t a whole lot better, but after ‘Jerry Maguire’ and ‘Almost Famous,’ I just refuse to give up hope that this guy will find his way back to that genius he’s shown repeatedly throughout his career.

Cameron Crowe’s New Rom-Com Officially Titled ‘Aloha’

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by Britt Hayes February 2, 2015 @ 5:36 PM
The Uncool
Amid all the major blockbusters and new superhero movies we’re excited about this year, there’s one film we’re looking forward to that’s a little different: Cameron Crowe’s latest film which stars Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone, and was previously operating under “Untitled Hawaiian Project” during production. Crowe’s latest effort, which hits theaters in late spring, has now been given the appropriate title of ‘Aloha.’

‘Mad Men’ Star Christina Hendricks Joins Cameron Crowe’s Showtime ‘Roadies’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 15, 2014 @ 11:09 PM
AMC
It’s been years since we’ve considered the cast of AMC’s ‘Mad Men’ in the market for a new gig, but with Matthew Weiner’s period drama coming to a close after seven final episodes, one of its biggest stars is headed to a new agency. Christina Hendricks has officially joined the pilot cast of ‘Almost Famous’ creator Cameron Crowe’s Showtime ‘Roadies,’ trading Sterling-Cooper for something with a bit more edge.

Cameron Crowe’s Showtime ‘Roadies’ Picks Up Luke Wilson and Imogen Poots

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 4, 2014 @ 2:20 PM
Jason Merritt / Larry Busacca, Getty Images
Over the summer Showtime committed to a pilot order for ‘Almost Famous’ creator Cameron Crowe’s new concert industry dramedy ‘Roadies,’ alongside Bad Robot and executive producer J.J. Abrams, though we haven’t heard much since. Now, the pilot has reportedly set sights on Luke Wilson and Imogen Poots for two of its leading characters, but who might they play?

'Say Anything' TV Series: Cameron Crowe "Trying to Stop" NBC Sequel - UPDATED

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 7, 2014 @ 12:18 PM
20th Century Fox
Now more than ever we've seen TV looking to classic films of the '80s and '90s for the next great small screen series idea, whether by reboot or sequel, but a proposed 'Say Anything' TV sequel may have trouble getting its boombox up in the air. NBC has begun development of a potential followup to the classic 1989 Cameron Crowe film, though Crowe is outspokenly none-too-pleased about it.

Cameron Crowe Showtime Comedy 'Roadies' Gets Pilot Order with J.J. Abrams

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 18, 2014 @ 5:00 PM
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Showtime has been a bit light on comedy since production on Philip Seymour Hoffman's 'Happy-ish' ceased for obvious reasons, but the network has some major names in mind for its latest effort. 'Almost Famous' visionary Cameron Crowe will make his TV debut with the J.J. Abrams-produced music comedy 'Roadies,' now officially picked up for a network pilot.

'Say Anything' 25th Anniversary: How Lloyd Dobler Scarred Me For Life

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by Mike Ryan April 14, 2014 @ 2:37 PM
20th Century Fox
‘Say Anything’ scarred me for life.
I’ve been aware for a few weeks that the 25th anniversary of ‘Say Anything’ was approaching and I’ve kind of gone out of my way to ignore it – even though there’s no doubt it influenced my teenage life more than any other movie. But, good grief, did this movie ever influence me to do some stupid things that I've suppressed from my memory. For one day only, I'll bring one of these memories to the surface.

See the Cast of 'Say Anything...' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes March 22, 2014 @ 12:48 PM
20th Century Fox
Released in 1989, Cameron Crowe's 'Say Anything...' starred a baby-faced John Cusack as Lloyd Dobler, an average high school student who falls for lonely valedictorian Diane Court (Ione Skye), and the pair spend their summer together before Diane heads off to college. 25 years later, we're revisiting the cast of one of the most cherished teen romantic dramedies of all time.