The Oscar winner shares behind-the-scene secrets from six of his most famous movies, including the one inspired by Woody Woodpecker.
Lucky for us, the Peggy Sue Got Married star didn't hold back in a lengthy, juicy new interview with Vulture, dropping the names of people she's worked with over her four decades in Hollywood.
For “Gotti,” which opens today, the “Pulp Fiction” star steps into the Dapper Don’s shoes and other assorted clothing. Yahoo Entertainment spoke with Travolta about remaking himself in Gotti's image, and one of his favorite memories from “Grease.”
Classic Nicolas Cage movies have a moment when the actor erupts. Fans call such moments “Cage Rage.” In a movie that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, he does it bigtime — with a sledgehammer.
Before it died an ignoble death, Tim Burton‘s never-made ’90s blockbuster Superman Lives was poised to take the Man of Steel where no comic book movie had gone before. Burton freely adapted the film from the famous “Death of Superman” storyline, which saw the Kryptonian (played by longtime Superman fan, Nicolas Cage, who proved his devotion to the DC Comics icon by naming his son Kal-El) killed at the hands of the monstrous Doomsday followed by his eventual resurrection. “It would have been beautiful,” Cage tells Yahoo Movies at the Toronto International Film Festival, where the prolific actor’s latest film, the ultra-dark comedy Mom and Dad, premiered to rapturous applause amongst the midnight movie crowd.
James Brown will forever be the Hardest Working Man in Show Business, but these days Nicolas Cage might be able to stake a claim on at least a share of that title. In the past three years, the Oscar-winning actor has appeared in a whopping 14 movies, three of which arrive this month. For starters, there’s the Nov. 4 theatrical and VOD release of Army of One, a comedy directed by Larry Charles (Borat) that casts Cage as Gary Faulkner, the American construction worker who embarked on a mission from God (or so he claimed) to hunt down Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.
Zack Snyder has finally accomplished something that the assembled talents of Kevin Smith, Jon Peters, Nicolas Cage, and Tim Burton failed to do with the Man of Steel two decades ago in a movie that never happened, as detailed in a must-see documentary