R.J. Cutler

director of the new Showtime documentary “Belushi”

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“This man was an artist who was forever reinventing himself. He never rested on his laurels. … He moved from comedy movie stardom to serious roles.

New Showtime film looks at John Belushi, a groundbreaking comic adept at slapstick and songwriting

“This man was an artist who was forever reinventing himself. He never rested on his laurels. … He moved from comedy movie stardom to serious roles.

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