Brian Taylor, one half of the filmmaking team Neveldine and Taylor (best known for the Crank movies), makes his solo debut with Mom and Dad, a twisted, firecracker of a movie that doesn’t really have much purpose, but it doesn’t really need one.
Superman Lives may have been doomed to movie oblivion years ago, but its one-time-star believes that even then, the movie has one thing going for it that no other Superman movie can have: the absurd power of our collective imagination.
Nic Cage has pushed the limits of acting in the past — but with Outcast, his new movie coming out next week, he's redefining acting completely. Just watch the Shatnerian delivery of "I AM the White Ghost!" and the bizarre line-reading of "Their blood will be ON OUR BLADES!" It's just... sublime. Watch the trailer for…
Really, with the wide variety of roles Nicolas Cage has had over the years, who is to say he wouldn't play a Bulbasaur?
Nic Cage is a pilot, a father, and one of the unlucky people who remain stuck on Earth, because he didn't pray. Because 2014 is officially the year of movies and television about the Biblical end of days, behold the very emotional trailer for Left Behind.
What kind of cruel God would bring forth The Rapture but not call master thespian Nic Cage to his divine bosom? The God of the big-time Hollywood remake of Kirk Cameron's Left Behind movie, that's who. Check out the first trailer!
Left Behind the book series (and Kirk Cameron relevance generator) is getting a full-blown feature film (sans Kirk Cameron). Instead, it features Nic Cage as the pilot whose wife leaves him for Jesus, and here is your first clip.
Here it is, the first-ever pictures from the Christian Rapture movie adaptation of Kirk Cameron's favorite book (besides the Bible) Left Behind. Soooo... which one of these characters is playing God? Is it Nic Cage? We hope it's Nic Cage.
Of all the doomed Superman projects leading up to Bryan Singer's Superman Returns, the oddest might be the Nic Cage-starring, Tim Burton-directed, disco-tinged Superman Lives. We dissected the majesty of the movie's screenplay before, but here's your first glimpse of the documentary. Featuring Cage himself!
Everybody was talking about the premiere of Syfy's TV movie Sharknado on Twitter last night. But as it turns out, apparently no one actually bothered to watch it. The movie was seen by just over a million people, unequivocally making it a complete bomb (...that was then launched into a Sharknado).
Who could forget the first insane image from Superman Lives, the Tim Burton and Nic Cage Superman movie that never was. Cage was wearing the shiny skin of a 1990s action figure, his brown mane cascading down his shoulders. It was exactly the kind of wrong we craved from a Cage and Burton superhero project. Alas, it…
That small piggybank of change you've been setting aside for the next awesome Kickstarter project you hear about? Bust that bad boy open. Director, editor and Adult Swim all-star Jon Schnepp wants to make a documentary about Superman Lives, the absolutely insane, doomed Superman movie Tim Burton was set to make in…
We are in love with these deleted scenes from Nic Cage's Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Especially because they show how Nic Cage looked when he was acting with a fully lit head. It's pretty spectacular — especially when you watch Cage try and suck our your soul.
Online job boards and application hosting platforms have made seeking employment as easy and painless as such a thing can be. No longer is it necessary to pound the pavement, a fat pile of resumes tucked under one sweaty, unemployed arm. Now, submitting your resume for review can be done from the comfort of your own…
In 2000, Nicolas Cage's copy of Action Comics No. 1, featuring the first appearance of Superman, was stolen, not to reappear until 2011. Now a comedic heist movie based on the theft is in the works, but it sounds like Cage won't be playing himself.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance comes out this weekend — which means we have a chance to pay tribute to one of the all-time great cult-movie method actors. Nicolas Cage has gone from serious Academy Award-winning actor to bee-eating B-movie wizard.
This month is like exhibit A for Hollywood's propensity to churn out sequels that nobody asked for. You've got Journey 2, opening today. And then next week, there's Ghost Rider 2, in which Nic Cage tries to "improve" upon the first flaming-skull motorcycle movie.
Bless Nic Cage and his never ending supply of lunatic theories and philosophies. But the latest batch of Cage philosophy might be his best quote yet, as the uber-acting god explains how he got into character as the flame-headed Ghost Rider.
The Hobbit being shot 48 fps? Pathetic. MIT's trillion fps camera? Pokey at best. Just wait until you see the video a team of German researchers have created. It's two frames long, lasts just 50 femtoseconds, and doesn't star Nic Cage.