Posted on Monday, June 1st, 2015 by Angie Han
Cameron Crowe‘s career has stumbled a bit as of late, but nothing will take away the fact that he wrote and directed Say Anything…, still one of the best loved movie romances of all time. 26 years later, fans are still curious about the fates of Lloyd Dobler and Diane Court — and it sounds like Crowe is, too.
In a new interview, Crowe discussed the possibility of a Say Anything 2, gushing that he “really, really love[s] writing for John Cusack.” Read Crowe’s thoughts on a Say Anything sequel after the jump. Read More »
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Sometimes even the best of us get stuck with our foot in our mouth. That seems to be what happened with Cameron Crowe earlier this month when he told an audience he would consider making a sequel to Say Anything and that he’d spoken to John Cusack about it. He has thought about where kickboxer Lloyd Dobler and valedictorian Diane Court might go after the end of the film and he has spoken to Cusack about it, but it was years ago and at this point, Crowe doesn’t want to ruin that personal film with an unnecessary sequel. Read exactly what he said, and some of his ideas about where it could have went, after the jump. Read More »
After a six year hiatus, Cameron Crowe is about to come back in a big way with three films released in five months: The music documentaries Pearl Jam Twenty and The Union as well as the narrative film, We Bought A Zoo. Like all of his previous films, though, these are singular stories. Crowe’s never been much of as a sequel guy. However, during the annual Television Critics Association press tour, when asked if he’d ever do a sequel to Say Anything, Crowe said the following:
I do kind of think there might be another chapter to that. I’ve thought about it from time to time, and talked to John Cusack about it. Lloyd Dobler might be back. It’s the only thing I’ve written that I would consider doing that with.
Can he possibly be serious? After the jump, read more about that as well as his choice of composer on We Bought a Zoo, Sigur Ros member Jonsi. Read More »