Recently, in an interview with the media IGN, Nicolas Cage said, “I refused “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Matrix” because I didn’t want to go to New Zealand or Australia for three years, I needed to accompany my son home.”
Cage revealed in the interview that he is a very family man, and that after having two sons, he still wants to have another child later this year.
“I always say to myself, I’ve never had a career, only a job. I mean, when you get into this career-conscious self-knowledge, it can be a slippery slope, and it can lead you to start believing your own myths , you’re starting to take yourself too seriously.”
Nicolas Cage’s own comedy thriller “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” opens April 21 after theaters reopen
The film reflects Cage itself in reality, and will also pay tribute to many of Cage’s films, such as “FACE/OFF”, “Leaving Las Vegas”, “Gone in 60 Seconds”, etc. There are also Cage’s old work “Adaptation.” and many actors themselves Play shadow of your own film project.
Nicolas Cage plays an actor named Nicolas Cage, who is madly eager for a role in a Quentin Tarantino movie and estranged from his teenage daughter.
From time to time, he talks to a fantasy self in the 1990s, who is arrogant and self-willed, who complains that he has made too many bad movies now, and he is out of breath and is no longer a big star.
Starring Neil Patrick Harris, Sharon Horgan, Tiffany Haddish, etc., “That Awkward Moment” “Ghosted” screenwriter Tom Gormican directed, and he and “Ghosted” co-creator Kevin Etten wrote the script.