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They broke up, according to rumors, because Cusack wouldn’t commit to marriage. Uma Thurman — Cusack and Thurman dated after she divorced Gary Oldman, and were seen together again after she split with Ethan Hawke. Jodi Lyn O’Keefe — Cusack had apparently dated her for years in the 2000s, and there were even some specious reports that they’d been secretly married. Brooke Burns — Cusack dated the former Baywatch star in 2010.In 2007, Tyra Banks was rumored to be dating Brian J. Also note, I kept putting in searches for “Young Janice Dickinson, and Google kept returning what I thought were images of young Phoebe Cates. She actually cheated on her then fiance, Rob Lowe, with John Cusack, after she found out that Rob Lowe was sleeping with Nastassja Kinski. Apparently, Cusack also dated his Say Anything co-star, although she also dated Cusack’s friend, D. Dissatisfied with his own acting talent, he was determined to become a producer.He got his start as head of production at Paramount by purchasing the rights to a 1966 novel titled The Detective which Evans made into a movie starring Frank Sinatra, Lee Remick, Jack Klugman, Robert Duvall and Jacqueline Bisset, in 1968.
Driver has also dated Harrison Ford and Matt Damon.In 1974 he stepped down in order to produce films on his own.In 1980 Evans' career, and life, took a downturn after he pleaded guilty to cocaine trafficking; over the next 12 years, he produced only two films, both financial flops: The Cotton Club and the Chinatown sequel The Two Jakes.In 1956, while on a business trip, he was by chance spotted by actress Norma Shearer, who thought he would be right to play the role of her late husband Irving Thalberg (appropriately, another film mogul) in Man of a Thousand Faces. In 1962, Evans decided to go into film producing instead, using his accumulated wealth from the clothing business, and began a meteoric rise in the industry; he was installed as the head of Paramount Pictures in 1967.While there, he improved the ailing Paramount's fortunes through a string of commercially and critically acclaimed films.
Peter Bart, a writer for The New York Times, wrote an article about Evans’ aggressive production style.