John Malkovich

Being John Malkovich is a 1999 American surrealist fantasy comedy drama film directed by Spike Jonze and written by Charlie Kaufman, both making their feature film debut.

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John Malkovich Dons White Tie to Play Romanian Conductor Sergiu Celibidache in First Look Image from ‘The Yellow Tie’ (EXCLUSIVE)

John Malkovich Joins 'The Fantastic Four': See Everyone Else Who's Been Cast

John Malkovich, 70, is cast in the Fantastic Four reboot starring Pedro Pascal as the Hollywood vet makes his Marvel debut

John Malkovich Joins The Cast Of Marvel’s ‘The Fantastic Four’

John Malkovich Joins the Cast of Marvel's New 'Fantastic Four' Movie

Marvel’s ‘The Fantastic Four’ Adds John Malkovich

John Malkovich Joins ‘The Fantastic Four’

John Malkovich And Sean Bean Music Biopic ‘The Yellow Tie’ Heading To Cannes Market With VMI Worldwide

John Malkovich ‘Learned a Lot’ About the ‘Dark Years’ of French Fashion While Making ‘The New Look’

John Malkovich Reflects on New Historical Drama ‘The New Look’ and His ‘Incredible Life’

‘The New Look’ Star John Malkovich on Why Christian Dior ‘Flourished Under’ Lucien Lelong’s Guidance (Exclusive)

Julian Schnabel Reveals Al Pacino, John Malkovich, Benjamin Clementine, Sabrina Impacciatore Appear in Next Film ‘In the Hand of Dante’ (EXCLUSIVE)

John Malkovich, 69, looks dapper in a monochrome ivory outfit as he arrives at LaGuardia Airport in New York City

Charlie Kaufman, Writer of ‘Being John Malkovich’ and ‘Adaptation,’ to Be Honored by Sarajevo Film Festival

Ben Schnetzer To Co-Star Opposite John Malkovich In ‘The Yellow Tie’

Completed John Malkovich film "100 Years" set to premier on November 18th, 2115 or33,846 days from todays date.

John Malkovich on best friend Julian Sands: ‘Jules was such a storyteller, and so, so funny’

John Malkovich says disappearance of friend Julian Sands is a ‘very sad event’

‘Seneca’ Review: John Malkovich Shows Dogged Determination As Titular Stoic Philosopher

John Malkovich Discusses Missing ‘Seneca’ Co-Star Julian Sands: ‘It’s A Very Sad Event’ — Berlin Film Festival