Nicolas Cage remains one of the busiest actors and we’ve rounded up all the films he’ll be sending us soon.
It’s fair to say that Nicolas Cage is someone who earned his place in the film industry through hard work. In fact, not just hard work, but constant work. Cage always has a big bank of films in his plans, and lately he’s become famous for making three, four, five films a year. Trying to keep up with them is a challenge in itself, and if only there was a website that could do the job for you.
Right then. At the time of publication, Cage has eight films known to us that are in various stages of production. Some have been filmed, some are in preparation. Everything is there, and this is the main thing. Here’s what’s to come…
First it Dream Scenario. The plot is being kept under wraps, but Cage is surrounded by a significant cast, including Michael Cera, Julianne Nicholson, Dylan Baker, Kate Berlant, Tim Meadows, Jennifer Wigmore, Lily Bird, Dominic Di Rosa, David Klein and Will Corno. Christoffer Borgl is writing and directing.
Then we have Long legs. This is another plot whose plot is being kept under wraps, and the only confirmed cast is Cage himself. Actor Oz Perkins writes and directs.
Sand and stones is currently in production and thankfully we know a little more about it. The action takes place in a post-apocalyptic and sparsely populated world where Paul and his twin sons Joseph and Thomas managed to escape from life, but they live in constant fear. Until, faced with imminent danger, they must execute a desperate plan to survive. Cage will play Paul, while Jayden Martell and Maxwell Jenkins will play Joseph and Thomas, respectively. Sadie Soverall also played an unnamed role. Ben Brewer is directing from a script by Mike Nealon.
Sympathy for the Devilmeanwhile, it will be a tense thriller. The synopsis goes like this: After a man is forced to lead a mysterious passenger at gunpoint, he finds himself embroiled in a high-stakes cat-and-mouse game where it becomes clear that not all is as it seems.. So it sounds like fun.
Yuval Adler is directing from a script by Luc Paradise. Cage will play the Passenger for Joel Kinnerman’s Driver. Also starring Kayvi Lyman, Cameron Lee Price, Nancy Goode, Rich Hopkins, the horribly named Burns Burns, Danny Tesla, Alexis Zollikoffer, Annis White and Oliver McCallum.
Next comes the unconventional tale of vampires. renfield, Cage’s first big donkey studio film, telling the story of Dracula’s henchman. Dissatisfied with his work, Renfield falls in love with a traffic cop. The action takes place in the present day and is described as a comedy. Cage plays Dracula in Nicholas Hoult’s Renfield. Aquafina plays traffic cop Rebecca. Jenna Kanell, Ben Schwartz, Adrian Martinez and Shore Aghdashloo also participate. Chris McKay, Screenplay Director Community writers Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ridley. It is in post-production and is due for release in the UK on the 14th.th April 2023.
Luckily, next year we’ll also see Cage headlining his first western with the release of old way. In this movie, the son of the man Cage’s gunslinger killed many years ago will return for revenge. Clint Howard, Kerry Knuppe, Abraham Benrubi, Ryan Kia Armstrong and Shiloh Fernandez starred. Brett Donough directs from a script by Karl W. Lucas. It should be out on the 6th.th January 2023. At the time of writing, this is Cage’s next treat. A great way to start the new year.
Another western starring Cage is in the making. Meat Crossroads. It is based on John Williams’ 1960 novel of the same name in which a Harvard student gives up his life to explore the American West. Butcher’s Crossing is the name of the fictional town where the story begins and ends. The film, directed by Gabe Polsky, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival this year, but a UK release date has yet to be announced.
Finally we have pension plan. The synopsis of this criminal scam has been published and reads as follows: In The Retirement Plan, when Ashley (Ashley Greene) and her young daughter Sarah (Talia Campbell) are caught up in a criminal enterprise that puts their lives at risk, she turns to the only person who can help – her estranged father, Matt (Nicola Campbell). Cage), currently living the life of a retired beach bum in the Cayman Islands. Their reunion is fleeting as they are soon hunted down on the island by crime boss Donnie (Jackie Earle Haley) and his lieutenant Bobo (Ron Perlman). As Ashley, Sarah and Matt become entangled in an increasingly dangerous web, Ashley quickly learns that her father had a secret past that she knew nothing about and that there is more to her father than meets the eye.
Ashley Greene and Talia Campbell play the roles of Sarah and her daughter, respectively, along with Jackie Earle Haley, Ron Perlman, Ernie Hudson and Joel David Moore. The film was supposed to come out this year, but apparently it hasn’t come out yet.
This is a very diverse set of films, and it proves that Cage really has not changed his ideal since his serene childhood. Vampire Kiss – He will fully commit himself to any project, no matter how wild or wacky the script or character is. It’s good to know that in an age saturated with superhero blockbusters and camping films, we can always rely on Nicolas Cage to defend original and sometimes left-wing stories.
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