Cameron Crowe: I intend to stop NBC’s ‘Say Anything’ TV series

10.07.14 2 years ago

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Cameron Crowe: I intend to stop NBC”s “Say Anything” TV series
The filmmaker tweeted his displeasure over the news of a follow-up to his iconic 1989 film. In fact, according to Deadline, he wasn”t even given a heads up. “Regarding the announcement of a “Say Anything” tv show… @JohnCusack, @IoneSkye1 and I have no involvement… except in trying to stop it,” he wrote. Deadline says “there was an effort on part of 20th TV to reach out to Crowe but a miscommunication with his executives led to the disconnect.”

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