Director Steve Pink Travels to the Past with ‘Hot Tub Time Machine’

Steve Pink is best known for writing the contemporary comedy classics Grosse Pointe Blank and High Fidelity, which starred his good friend and producing partner John Cusack. In fact, the Chicago born friends along with fellow producer D.V. DeVincentis formed a production company called New Crime Productions, which developed the popular films.

However, the writer and occasional actor added director to his resume when he helmed the 2006 film Accepted starring Jonah Hill. Now Pink has returned to the director's chair with his new '80s homage movie Hot Tub Time Machine, opening in theaters on March 26th, which stars Cusack, Rob Corddry (What Happens In Vegas...), Craig Robinson(Pineapple Express) and Clark Duke (Sex Drive).

In addition to Cusack the movie features many actors who had a big impact on '80s films including Crispin Glover (Back To The Future), Chevy Chase(Fletch) and William Zabka (Johnny from The Karate Kid). We recently had an opportunity to travel to Lake Tahoe, Nevada and sit down with the talented filmmaker to talk about his new film, collaborating with Cusack, the movie's hilarious cast and the '1980s.


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