Nicolas Cage has joined the cast of 'Snowden,' Oliver Stone's take on the Edward Snowden whistleblower story. Cage will play the role of a former U.S. Intelligence Official in the thriller.
Nicolas Cage, once an A-list dramatic actor, has spent the last half-decade starring in mostly insane, campy, and awful movies. The film was written, directed, and then disowned by Taxi Driver screenwriter Paul Schrader. The filmmaker has alleged that the just-released released CIA thriller — which stars Cage alongside Anton Yelchin and Alexander Karim — was taken away from him by distributor Lionsgate, which he claims locked him out of the editing room and re-cut his final product.
Nicolas Cage may be having a rough time this fall with the abysmal reviews and box office for his latest movie Left Behind. But GQ is here to remind us of something important: That Cage is a national treasure. In fact,they’ve got 111 reasons why you have to start cherishing him. True, some of them are a little silly: Cage’s endless meme-ability for instance (“Not the bees!”)
Based on the Christian bestseller about the end of the world (previously adapted as a straight-to-DVD film starring Kirk Cameron), the new movie stars Nicolas Cage as adulterous pilot Rayford Steele and Cassi Thomson as his atheist teenage daughter Chloe.
Instead of using a quote from a film critic in its new ad, the Nicolas Cage film boasts a sound bite from the devil himself. The tongue-in-cheek quote draws attention to the Christian message of Left Behind, which imagines events from the Book of Revelation occurring in the present day and is based on the bestselling 1995 novel. The image may also reflect the sense of humor of the film’s director, Vic Armstrong. Speaking to Yahoo Movies this summer, Armstrong admitted that he didn’t notice the Biblical content of Left Behind when he first read the script. “[My agent] David Gersh said, ‘Well, what about the religious aspect?’ And I said, ‘What religious aspect?’” the director said.
Robertson: "Like most Christians, my family and I can truly say that we're excited about the soon return of Jesus"
The Nicolas Cage Art Show is Weird and Wonderful He’s made some 75 movies over the past 33 years. During that time, he’s purchased castles (in England and Germany), at least one haunted house (in Louisiana), an island (in the Bahamas), and had the world’s most valuable comic book stolen from him (only to be returned — and eventually sold at a record price that was recently broken). But until this year, there was one thing Nicolas Cage has not been able to mark off whatever fantastical checklist the Oscar-winning actor almost certainly keeps pinned somewhere on a wall: be the subject of an art show. This summer, the Nicholas Cage art show wound its way south from San Francisco to downtown Los Angeles’ Syrup Lofts — and Yahoo! was given an up-close look at the 170 pieces of Cage-inspired art for sale. There’s stained-glass Cage, Cage as Krishna, St. Nic Cage, laser-eyed Cage, even Cage in attendance at the Last Supper. Created by artists all over the world, the pieces, according to Croft, are all about capturing “the wonderment and mystery” of Cage.
The actor adopts KISS-length tresses and a vaguely British affectation as the White Ghost, an outlaw living in the wilds of 12th-century China
T.J. Kuhn, now a real estate agent in Phoenix, shared how a motorcycle helped him get the gig, and why the film is still his father’s most popular holiday gift. By Ashley Lee Today caught up with T.J. Kuhn, the child actor who played Nathan Arizona Jr. in the 1987 cult comedy classic Raising Arizona.
The new poster for the upcoming Nicolas Cage movie 'Left Behind' — a remake of the 1995 Christian thriller starring Kirk Cameron — inspired these head-scratching thoughts.
'Rage' Trailer: You Can't Assuage The Rage Of Cage Behold the “Rage\" of Nicolas Cage, for it is calculated and explosive. In this new trailer for the Oscar-winner’s latest theatrical offering, Cage plays reformed criminal Paul Maguire, who is forced to return to the roots of his nefarious former life of crime when rival thugs kidnap his daughter Caitlin (Aubrey Peeples, recently announced as the star of the live-action “Jem” movie). \"Think about your past,\" Detective St. John (played by \"Lethal Weapon\" star Danny Glover) pleads to Maguire, hoping to keep him out of trouble by advising him against \"falling back on any of your old habits.\" But of course he can’t do that. Interestingly enough, the last shot of the trailer is of a Nicolas Cage not enraged, but rather in anguish, bending over something — more likely someone — he wasn’t able to save.