Nicolas Cage and Kelsey Grammer teaming up for thriller Grand Isle, which sounds right up their alley

Nicolas Cage and Kelsey Grammer are two very large personalities. So large, one might argue, that there’s no movie big enough for the both of them. That theory will be tested with Grand Isle, a bonkers-sounding thriller that, as The Hollywood Reporter notes, marks the duo’s first time sharing a screen. Stephen S.…

It sucks that Mandy 2 probably won't happen, because it sounds totally kick-ass

Panos Cosmatos’ blood-soaked Nicolas Cage feature Mandy was a minor hit earlier this year, finally giving horror audiences something approximating the sheer madness fest that so many lesser Cage B-movies have failed to deliver. But while Cosmatos’ follow-up to Beyond The Black Rainbow may have finally given people the…

Nicolas Cage on going full Nicolas Cage in Mandy: "It is something I surf with"

There are three sides to Nicolas Cage. There is Serious Actor Cage, who produces humane, Oscar-winning performances that mask a deep, boiling sea of emotion behind his bleary eyes. There is Left Behind Cage, in which he murmurs for awhile until they give him his check. And there is, well, Cage Cage, where viewers feel…

Nicolas Cage takes a chainsaw to ’80s action cheese in the heavy-metal fantasia of Mandy

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Panos Cosmatos knows his audience. But does he know anything else? Both of his films to date (Beyond The Black Rainbow, the new Mandy) have been exercises in psychotronic drag-ass, best appreciated by a certain kind of movie freak—the devotees of the church of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and Heavy Metal, in Mandy’s…

Idiots on the internet are getting really good at splicing Nic Cage's face onto every movie

Deep-learning video technology is terrifying. Popularized on the internet under the name “deep fakes,” it’s a process that allows images of one person to be placed onto video of another. Because it’s both simple enough for laypeople to use and convincing enough to trick casual observers, the autonomy-breaking…

Now look here, Nic Cage channeled the soul of Bogart for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, see?

Listen good, pal, because we’ve gotta get this news right the first time around, y’hear? You know what Nic Cage’ll do to us otherwise? Beat our teeth out, then kick us in the stomach for mumbling. And I can afford a blemish on my character, but not on my clothes, so let’s get down to it.

Nicolas Cage to play a not-so-friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in Into The Spider-Verse

He’s been Ghost Rider. He’s been Big Daddy. He’s been Superman (after a failed earlier attempt). And now, purchaser of castles and fine portrayer of going bananas Nicolas Cage can add another superhero to his roster of costumed vigilantes: Spider-Man. Or, rather, a somewhat unusual version of the web-crawler.

Finally: Data analysis helps make sense of Nicolas Cage’s filmography

To say that Nicolas Cage’s career has had some ups and downs would be an understatement. It’d be more accurately described as a high velocity, back-breaking roller coaster of movie quality. How one actor can manage to be so good in a handful of award-worthy films and so unbelievably awful in so many discount DVD bin…

Nicolas Cage would return to superhero movies if he could be the Joker or Dr. Doom

Nicolas Cage already brought us the definitive cinematic incarnation of Marvel’s Ghost Rider (but only because there haven’t been many other attempts) and he’ll finally get a chance to play Superman in Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, but he recently told JoBlo that he thinks his superhero movie days are mostly behind…

Looking Glass will make you nostalgic for when Nic Cage did movies with Brian De Palma

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Closing in on a decade since the end of his career as a mainstream star of studio movies, Nicolas Cage shows little sign of either slowing down his prodigious output or retreating into character-actor roles. If anything, he’s barreling ahead faster than ever, sometimes logging as many as three or four starring roles a…