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.”
Movie history nerds know this already: Nicolas Cage was almost Tim Burton's Superman. That wondrous pairing never ended up happening, but now Cage will finally get to show the world what he can do with the Man of Steel. He's been cast as the voice of the DC Comics hero in Teen Titans GO! To the Movies . SEE ALSO: 'Metropolis' is a new TV series set before Superman becomes Superman The news comes from USA Today , which also confirms a number of other voices behind the upcoming animated movie. In addition to Cage, we have singer/songwriter Halsey in the role of Wonder Woman and rapper Lil Yachty as Green Lantern. Teen Titans GO! To the Movies is a big screen adaptation of the Cartoon Network animated series. The series follows a super-team consisting of Robin (Scott Menville), Starfire (Hynden Walch), Cyborg (Khary Payton), Raven (Tara Strong), and Beast Boy (Greg Cipes). All the TV show regulars will lend their voices to the movie as well. There's been some other celebrity casting already. Will Arnett plays Slade Wilson, who DC Comics fans also know as Deathstroke, a Batman villain and Robin's arch-nemesis. Kristen Bell plays Jade Wilson, a filmmaker who may or may not be related to Deathstroke. And finally, James Corden will lend his voice to Balloon Man. Yes, Balloon Man is a real comic book villain. Go ahead and read about him if you don't believe me. The Cage casting is particularly welcome news in light of his history with Superman. Long ago, Cage was booked to star in Tim Burton's version of Superman Lives , based on a script from Kevin Smith. The movie fell apart (and later became the subject of a great documentary), thus robbing Cage, a long-time comic book fan, of his chance. Well, now he'll get his shot. Teen Titans GO! To the Movies hits theaters on July 27. WATCH: Can these superfans name the characters from 'Black Panther'?
The "Looking Glass" star knows he'd have "a much more active social life" if he were on social media, but there are a few reasons you'll never see him on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
In Tim Hunter's psychological thriller, Nicolas Cage and Robin Tunney head to the hotel pool to party only to find someone, or something, has beaten them there.
From playing peekaboo with Elvis to her romances with Michael Jackson and Nic Cage, the most famous photos of Lisa Marie Presley in honor of her milestone 50th birthday.
Actress Selma Blair takes us inside the twisted new film "Mom and Dad," which finds parents attacking their offspring.
To mark the latest in long line of pitch-perfectly gonzo performances in "Mom and Dad," we've compiled the Cage moments that have found their own life on the internet.
New dark comedy "Mom and Dad" awards the actor with one of the most gonzo roles in a career filled with kooky characters; Selma Blair co-stars.
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.
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