Cusack Accuses Celebrities Of 'Courting Fame'
Actor JOHN CUSACK blames his publicity-seeking peers for the public's obsession with celebrity. The highly-private High Fidelity star claims he knows of some celebrities who insist the public know every intimate detail of their lives. Rather than accuse the press of intruding into the lives of Hollywood's A list, Cusack points out the stars who are able to maintain a private life. He says, "You didn't really know about what (Dustin Hoffman and Al Pacino) did and what they ate for breakfast... of who they may or may not be sleeping with."