Nic Cage has gotten a ton of mileage out of his trademark unhinged laugh, and now, thanks to one video editor's bravery, we know exactly how much mileage. This is a supercut of every Nicolas Cage laugh in every live-action Nicolas Cage movie, and it's 20 minutes long.
There's probably a very reasonable (read: boring) explanation for why this bumblebee is high-fiving some drunk British guy, but that's no fun.
Here is wax figure Nicolas Cage, trying to get along with actual Nicolas Cage at Paris's Musée Grévin on Sunday. Have you ever seen a wax figure look so fundamentally disinterested in his counterpart? I'm worried about their chemistry. Hopefully, they bonded just a little bit over the complicated life of a stunt motorcyclist who's often engulfed in flames and acting as jazz. Not everyone can share these interests, wax figure Nic and actual Nic. Go have a cigarette together, or something. [Via]
Will this flick be as bad as we all hope it will be? Um... YES. This horrible junket session is all the proof you'll need. Is it premature to start engraving 2011's Golden Razzie Award on January 6th?
As if it's not enough for Nicolas Cage to have to deal with Kathleen Turner's chihuahua-napping accusations, now the actor is embroiled in a scandal with the Internal Revenue Service. Forbes.com is reporting that the Chiclet-toothed thespian used his production company to illegally write off $3.3 million in personal expenses, including "limos, meals, gifts, travel, and his Gulfstream 1159A turbojet." Sounds to us like someone had their taxes done by the shady accounting firm of Jackson, Hewitt & Snipes.
This is a story of an actor's unshakeable faith rewarded.