Nicolas Cage’s Hair Through The Ages - Actually, forget the hair. This is just the perfect song to juxtapose with Nicolas Cage‘s myriad of maniacal stares. Ha-ha! (Urlesque)
Topic: Nicolas Cage
One time my friend Ricky and I were trying to think of the quickest way you could show that a character in a movie or TV show was insane. We decided the best thing would be to show the person’s room covered obsessively with pictures of a random movie star that no one would ever be obsessed with. After bypassing the obvious (Steve Buscemi? Willem Dafoe? Peter Falk?) we landed on Nicolas Cage. And then realized that Nic Cage probably has a ton of posters of Nic Cage decorating his New Orleans ghost mansion and German castles. He wakes up every morning, drinks his cup of cocaine, and just stares at his Vampire’s Kiss premiere stills, using them instead of a mirror. I love you so much, Nic Cage. This is for you. More
Every actor down in Hollywood liked Christmas a lot,
But the Nicolas Cage, who lived in a repossessed German castle, did not.
Nic Cage hated Christmas — the whole Christmas season.
Oh, please don’t ask why, no one quite knows the reason. More
Wow, we had totally forgotten that Christoph Waltz was going to be in Michel Gondry‘s Green Hornet. Maybe because the commercials don’t show him at all, since they were probably cut during the time when Nicolas Cage was supposed to play the bad guy? Who knows. More
I’m obsessed with Nicolas Cage, and I don’t care who knows it. I’ve written articles before explaining how I think the Coppola-familiar is actually in on the joke of Nicolas Cage, and how, while his role-choices may be dubious, his acting ability is beyond question. People point to The Wicker Man, National Treasure, Knowing, and countless other “awful” Cage films to support their cause, but I counter with Adaptation, Matchstick Men, Moonstruck, and Leaving Las Vegas. More
Nicolas Cage Wants Evil-Doers Everywhere to Beware – For some awesome reason, Nicolas Cage is avoiding all this talking about him owing a Nevada bank millions so he can make speeches about ending organized crime. The end of Leaving Las Vegas and the beginning of Kick-Ass! – (BBC)
• Kim Kardashian‘s heels were killing her at her recent birthday party: the spiky Louboutins cut into her feet and made her fall. A fashion martyr! (People)
• Beyonce‘s mom says rumors of her daughter’s pregnancy have been greatly exaggerated. (Just Jared)
• Tavi totally knows what’s in Christine O’Donnell’s closet right now (besides a sacrificial goat). (The Frisky)
• Sexy Madrid soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his team’s recent win by taking off his shirt. (Goal)
Jay Baruchel hit the Barcelona premiere of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice slightly under-dressed. Alongside him, Nicolas Cage, Jerry Bruckheimer, Alfred Molina and Jon Turteltaub look rather confused and/or sad.
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