Nicolas Cage is to play Joe Exotic, the flamboyant zoo owner and big cat enthusiast at the centre of Netflix hit 'Tiger King', in a new drama miniseries.
Matthew Vaughn reveals that he had to mortgage his own house to make Kick Ass and that he originally wanted Brad Pitt as Big Daddy.
Richard Stanley is back in the director's chair for H.P. Lovecraft adaptation 'Color Out of Space', with Nicolas Cage proving an acting force of nature.
Nicolas Cage's wide and varied career on screen is a thing of wonder, ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Aubrey Plaza hosted the 2020 Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday and, of course, her opening was full of jokes that poked fun at not only attendees but bigger issues plaguing the world.Plaza started her hosting gig with a skit that showed her in the dressing room, having a meltdown before the start of the awards show. Judy Garland (also played by Plaza) suddenly appeared, giving her advice in typical Garland fashion.“Scorsese is doing films for Netflix, Sandler is doing dramas!” Plaza’s Garland said, poking fun at the state of independent film.Also Read: Independent Spirit Awards 2020: Willem Dafoe Wins Best Supporting MaleThen, after a brief make-out session with Garland, Plaza went on stage to sing a rendition of Garland’s “Get Happy,” before she called out individual attendees like Jennifer Lopez, Adam Sandler, Idina Menzel and Renée Zellweger.Later, Plaza and Michael Shannon parodied “The Lighthouse,” which starred Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. In the skit, the duo played lighthouse keepers who just don’t get along, and when Plaza sees Shannon writing something in his log and asks him what he’s writing, Shannon tells her, “Nautical things.” She grabs the log and sees that he clearly didn’t like her opening monologue — and he especially didn’t like that she called out Shia LaBeouf and his career in her opening. Seagull and farting jokes were aplenty.See Plaza’s best jokes below.1\. Garland told Plaza before she went on stage: “Do something they’ll enjoy, not your spooky ‘Sabrina the Teenage B—-‘ thing!”2\. “What do we have to be happy about? Look at all the disasters we have to deal with: pollution, trash in the ocean, ‘Cats’ in theaters! Meow!”3\. “Some of you came from other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for this!”4\. “Willem Dafoe, I love you and I’m so glad that after years of looking like a 19th-century lighthouse keeper, you finally got to play one!”Also Read: Aubrey Plaza to Return as Host of 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards5\. “The guy who runs Netflix is here, Ted Sarandos! Sorry, Ted, but I am going to scroll right past you and find more interesting people to talk about. No offense, but you started it!”6\. “Jennifer Lopez is here. You just performed at the Super Bowl last weekend. What did you do, Mary Kay Place? You lazy sack of s—! Just kidding, you’re a national treasure. Nicolas Cage, you are a national treasure, too! Sorry, I said that wrong — you were in ‘National Treasure 2.'”7. “I’m hosting the second most important show of the weekend. The Independent Spirit Awards are so much cooler than the Oscars: it’s the daytime when we’re at the beach, we recognize female directors — all two of them! I am so proud of how diverse this show is. JLo and I are super hot Puerto Ricans! I mention that because Puerto Rico is kind of like an independent film: beautiful, not enough people have seen it and its financing is always falling through.”8\. “Today isn’t about Scarlett Johansson being with men who don’t deserve her. It’s about independent film!”9\. “I won’t sing again. I might pole dance only to show JLo how it’s done.”10\. “Next, we celebrate the success of ‘Honeyland,’ by releasing 100,000 bees into the tent! NO!!!!”11\. “Our next presenter is Hollywood royalty and a legend in independent film — I wanna scream like an unhinged maniac but that’s more his thing — Nicolas Cage, everyone!”12\. “And here to present the Best Feature… ugh. It’s always weird to see your ex in public. The producer and star of ‘The Irishman,’ Robert De Niro!”Read original story Independent Spirit Awards 2020: Aubrey Plaza’s Best Jokes At TheWrap
Twin writers Chad and Carey Hayes are set to explore the world of notorious 19th century slave murderer Madame Delphine LaLaurie and her haunted house.
Paramount Pictures is plotting a reboot of the face-swapping, hard-boiled action classic Face/Off, according to reports.
Paramount is developing a reboot of John Woo’s 1997 action hit “Face/Off,” which starred John Travolta and Nicolas Cage in a cat-and-mouse thriller that sees the two actors exchange roles.Oren Uziel is attached to write the script for the reboot with Neal Moritz producing. The pair previously worked together in the same roles on “22 Jump Street” and Paramount’s upcoming “Sonic the Hedgehog” adaptation, which hits theaters in February.“Face/Off” starred Travolta as Sean Archer, a federal agent bent on revenge after terrorist Castor Troy, played by Cage, killed his son. After another incident puts Troy in a coma, Archer agrees to a bizarre plan that involves using experimental surgery to give him Troy’s body, face and voice, and then going to a max security prison to convince Troy’s partners to reveal the location of a bomb.But while Archer is in prison, Troy breaks out of his coma and forces the surgeons to give him Archer’s face, effectively leading the two men to switch places. Archer must now break out of prison and expose what Troy has done, as Troy takes over Archer’s personal and professional life.Released to strong reviews, “Face/Off” was a success at the box office with $245 million grossed worldwide, or approximately $391 million in 2019 dollars. David Permut, who produced the original film, will return for the reboot as an executive producer.In addition to “Face/Off,” Uziel is currently attached to two in-development Warner Bros. blockbusters: a film adaptation of DC’s “Supergirl” and the sequel to “Pokemon: Detective Pikachu.” He is repped by WME and Writ Large. The reboot was first reported by Deadline.Read original story Paramount to Reboot John Woo ’90s Action Hit ‘Face/Off’ At TheWrap
The screen legend wed make-up artist Erika Koike in Las Vegas in March, but only four days later he filed court papers seeking a divorce.
The Hollywood legend has now been spotted in the same karaoke bar twice over three nights, both times belting out the same song.
There’s much skill to playing a character in the movie but even more so when you’re playing two, and plenty of actors can tell you that.Hollywood is filled with films depicting one performer in two or more roles, from identical twins to arch-enemies, it’s certainly brilliant when a double act is pulled off.With cinemas set to welcome Gemini Man this October, Yahoo Movies UK has put together a slideshow of actors and actresses who have played more than one part in a movie to great effect.READ MOREMark Hamill wants Carrier Fisher star in place of Donald Trump’sRobbie confirms diverse cast for Birds of PreyDoes the Ant-Man franchise’s future lie with The Wasp?
In the the horror movie ‘The Forest’ (in theaters now), Natalie Dormer becomes the latest in a long line of actors who’ve had us seeing double as they play identical twins in a movie. Click through for a mini-history of this time-tested cinematic phenomenon.
Over three decades into his big screen career, Nicolas Cage remains one of the most prolific actors working in Hollywood. Cage stars as Colin Pryce, an idealistic and ambitious Louisiana congressman who rises to prominence by leading the fight to compensate victims of the 2010 BP oil spill, and then falls from grace once his affair with a constituent is exposed to the public. The 51-year-old Oscar-winner spoke with Yahoo Movies earlier this week about the politicians and their scandals, his thoughts on Superman Lives, and more.
In the stylish martial arts film 'Outcast,' Nicolas Cage plays a shadowy warrior known as the White Ghost. The part, and his entire career, was inspired by Bruce Lee. Learn more.
Outside of seeing Fifty Shades of Grey and maybe celebrating Valentine’s Day next weekend, there is absolutely no reason to leave the house during the month of February. It’s cold, it’s dark outside, and Netflix has brought back some excellent movies for you to stream from the warmth of your home. Leaving Las Vegas (1995): It seems like every month brings another low-budget Nicolas Cage camp-fest, the newest of which is Friday’s Outcast, a Medieval clunker that co-stars Hayden Christensen.
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.