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Superhero Bits: DC Comics Animated Movie Universe Ending, Arrowverse Return Dates on The CW & More

Did you hear Justice League Dark: Apokolips War is ending the DC Comics animated movie universe? Did you know Superman once met up with Popeye Doyle from The French Connection? When are the Arrowverse shows coming back to The CW in April? Why did Marc Guggenheim regret mentioning an offer for Nicolas Cage to play Superman in Crisis on Infinite Earths? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Another Batwoman featurette takes a look at more of the Bat gadgets used to protect Got...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Black Widow, Batwoman, Gotham City, Batman, Deadpool, Marvel Comics, Avengers, X-men, Cw, Arrow, Nicolas Cage, Supergirl, Tim Miller


Neon Lands the U.S. Rights to Nicolas Cage Thriller ‘Pig’ and Brandon Cronenberg’s ‘Possessor’

Neon has had a banner year since picking up the U.S. distribution rights to Parasite, ushering the film to a history-making Best Picture win at the 2020 Oscars. Now the indie film distributor has won the domestic rights to the Nicolas Cage revenge thriller Pig and the Sundance favorite Possessor, directed by Brandon Cronenberg. Variety reports that Neon, the U.S. distributor behind Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winning film Parasite, has won the domestic rights to the Nicolas Cage-starring revenge th...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Oregon, Thriller, Oscar, Portland, Nicolas-Cage, Cage, Independent, Neon, Don, Pig, Bong Joon, Andrea Riseborough, Cronenberg, Alex Wolff


NEON Acquires Domestic Rights to Nicolas Cage Revenge Thriller Pig

NEON Acquires Domestic Rights to Nicolas Cage Revenge Thriller Pig Variety is reporting that NEON has won the domestic rights to the Nicolas Cage revenge thriller Pig from filmmaker Michael Sarnoski in his feature directorial debut. RELATED: NEON Acquires Worldwide Rights to Amy Seimetz’s She Dies Tomorrow In the film, Cage stars as a reclusive truffle hunter in Oregon whose prize hunting pig is kidnapped, forcing him to return to old stomping grounds in Portland and confront his past. “What ...
Tags: Movies, Oregon, Portland, Nicolas Cage, Neon, Tisch, ComingSoon, Movie News, Amy Seimetz, Las Vegas Mandy, JC Olivera Getty, Michael Sarnoski, Nicolas Cage Revenge Thriller Pig Variety, Sarnoski, Alex Wolff Hereditary Jumanji, Vanessa Block


Neon Wins Domestic Rights to Nicolas Cage Revenge Thriller ‘Pig’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Neon, the U.S. distributor behind Bong Joon Ho’s Oscar winner “Parasite,” has won domestic rights to “Pig,” a revenge thriller from Nicolas Cage and first time filmmaker Michael Sarnoski, Variety has learned. The Tom Quinn-led company came out ahead in a heated bidding war that ignited last week involving numerous competitors, sources said. The deal […]
Tags: News, Nicolas Cage, Neon, Bong Joon Ho, Tom Quinn, Michael Sarnoski


The Way Back Digital HD Review

Rating:  BEGIN SLIDESHOW 8.75/10 Cast: Ben Affleck as Jack Cunningham Al Madrigal as Dan Michaela Watkins as Beth Janina Gavankar as Angela Glynn Turman as Doc Todd Stashwick as Kurt Hayes MacArthur as Eric Directed by Gavin O’Connor Click here to buy The Way Back on Digital HD! The Way Back Review: Alcoholism is one of the toughest internal struggles a person can go through in their life and cinema has tried time and again to believably depict this battle over the years, with few succ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, Movie Reviews, Catholic, Las Vegas, Connor, Jack, Nicolas Cage, Kevin Smith, Eric, Angela, Affleck, Gavin O Connor, San Pedro California, Movie News




Kesha Shares New Song About Nicolas Cage

Kesha is not dating Nicolas Cage -- she says they're just friends -- but she did write a song about him. "I’m on vacation, Leaving Las Vegas/ Request my presence here’s the number call my agent," she sings on the new track she just dropped on Twitter. "Bitch, I’m a National Treasure, I make it …
Tags: Music, News, Kesha, Nicolas Cage, Las Vegas Request, Twitter Bitch


The Best Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in April 2020

The month is drawing to a close, and everything is on fire. We all have to stay the heck inside for the time being – which means we should have more time to sit back and watch Netflix. But you better hurry up on some titles, because as the month ends and April begins, several great movies and TV shows are hitting the road. These are the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in April 2020. GoodFellas Martin Scorsese‘s masterpiece GoodFellas is one of those movies that’s endlessly rewatchable...
Tags: New York, Movies, Netflix, Harrison Ford, Ridley Scott, Ang Lee, Goodfellas, Nicolas Cage, Rosemary, Michelle Yeoh, Martin Scorsese, National Treasure, Deckard, Henry Hill, Netflix/Streaming Video, Blade-Runner


Lionsgate Acquires Film Rights to Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret

Lionsgate Acquires Film Rights to Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret Following a bidding war, Lionsgate has acquired the film rights to Judy Blume’s classic novel Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret, according to Deadline. Kelly Fremon Craig will direct her adapted screenplay and will reunite with Gracie Films’ James L. Brooks who will produce and previously collaborated with Craig on The Edge of Seventeen. RELATED: Exclusive Bombshell Clip Takes You Behind-the-Scenes of the Docudrama A ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Lionsgate, Time, Nicolas Cage, Craig, Judy Blume, Blume, Brooks, Margaret, James l. brooks, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jim Brooks, Kelly Fremon Craig, Erin Westerman


Listen: Alex Wolff on Being ‘Best Friends’ With Nicolas Cage and Losing 30 Pounds for a Role

Working on “Human Capital” was a reunion for Alex Wolff and Maya Hawke. The two play love interests in the indie thriller about a horrific accident that causes two families to fracture as secrets are uncovered and threatened to be exposed. It turns out that Wolff and Hawke went to pre-school together in New York […]
Tags: New York, News, Podcasts, Human Capital, Nicolas Cage, Hawke, Nicholas Cage, Wolff, Alex Wolff, Maya Hawke, The Big Ticket


New on Blu-ray: ‘Knives Out’, ‘Frozen 2’, ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’, ‘Color Out of Space’

Welcome back, fans of physical media. There are several great Blu-ray releases hitting the shelves this week, and if you’re one of those weirdos like me who cherishes physical copies, you’re going to want to grab some (if not all) of these. These are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week. Knives Out One of the most entertaining movies of last year, Rian Johnson‘s Knives Out is both a send-up of and a loving tribute to whodunits – specifically locked room mysteries in w...
Tags: Elsa, Movies, Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig, Nice, Hitler, Thor, Johnson, Anna, Young, Rian Johnson, Nicolas Cage, Rogers, Jojo, Weezer, Blu


‘Wally’s Wonderland’ First Look: Nicolas Cage is Trapped Inside a Hellish Amusement Park

Nicolas Cage vs. possessed animatronic characters? Sign me up. Wally’s Wonderland stars Cage as a janitor at an amusement park who ends up having to deal with some demonic animatronics, and a first look image from the flick has found its way online. Sadly, the animatronic characters aren’t in the pic, but Nic Cage is, and honestly though, what more do you need? See the Wally’s Wonderland first look below. Okay, as far as first look go, this isn’t that exciting. It’s Nicolas Cage with a bear...
Tags: Images, Movies, Nicolas-Cage, Freddy, Wally, Nick Cage, Kevin Lewis, Landmark Studio Group, Wally's Wonderland, Hellish Amusement Park, Emily Tosta Beth Grant Ric Reitz, Chris Warner Production, Baffin Media Limited


Nicolas Cage Takes A Horrifying Job At An Amusement Park In First Look At Wally's Wonderland

The Academy Award winner will be decidedly unamused when he discovers the truth about this amusement park.
Tags: Religion, Nicolas Cage, Wally


‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ Will Recreate Scenes From Nicolas Cage Movies

Nicolas Cage is about to take on the ultimate Nicolas Cage role: Nicolas Cage. Cage is playing a fictionalized version of himself in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, which finds the actor reckoning with his career choices while also getting mixed up in a plot involving the CIA and a drug cartel kingpin. Playing Nic Cage will require Nic Cage to revisit some Nic Cage movies, a concept that the actor isn’t entirely comfortable with. But he’ll do it anyway, because he’s an artist, gosh dar...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Cia, Nicolas-Cage, Cage, Nic Cage, Nicolas Cage Cage, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Playing Nic Cage


Nicolas Cage Explores Terrifying Amusement Park in Wally’s Wonderland Photo

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Nicolas Cage explores terrifying amusement park in Wally’s Wonderland photo Nicolas Cage (Color Out of Space) has been enjoying something of a career resurgence in the indie horror genre over the past few years and the first look at his next project Wally’s Wonderland teases a terrifying amusement park. The full photo can be viewed below! RELATED: The Unbearable Weight of a Massive Talent to Recreate Scenes from Nicolas Cage’s Movies The film, directed by Kevin Lewis (Th...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Atlanta, Nicolas Cage, Cage, Parsons, Wally, ComingSoon, Movie News, Mark Damon, Jeremy Davis, Screen Media Ventures, Kevin Lewis, Beth Grant, David Fannon, Mike Nilon


NBC Orders Eighth Season of The Blacklist

NBC Orders Eighth Season of The Blacklist According to Deadline, NBC has just ordered an eighth season of The Blacklist marking the second time in as many years the drama has received an early renewal. The announcement was made by NBC executives during a celebration of the series’ 150th episode with cast and crew in New York. The trade notes that, at this time, there are no plans for the show to end after Season 8. RELATED: Keegan Allen Joins Jared Padalecki’s Walker Reboot at The CW The net...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, Nbc, Fbi, Netflix, Sony, TV News, Cw, Nicolas Cage, James Spader, Liz, Quantico, ComingSoon, The Blacklist, Jared Padalecki


The Unbearable Weight of a Massive Talent to Recreate Scenes from Nicolas Cage’s Movies

The Unbearable Weight of a Massive Talent to recreate scenes from Nicolas Cage’s movies In a recent interview with Empire, Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas, Mandy ) has finally opened up about his involvement in Lionsgate’s highly-anticipated film The Unbearable Weight of a Massive Talent, where Cage is set to portray two fictionalized versions of himself: a present-day version and a younger one. He further revealed that the upcoming meta film will be featuring ree...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Cia, Kevin Hart, Nicolas Cage, Cage, John Travolta, Tarantino, Jean Claude Van Damme, Movie News, Alex Wolff, Face Off, Etten, Con Air, Kevin Etten


Why Cococo chef cooks Soviet cuisine

One of Russia’s most Instagrammed desserts may remind you of Nicolas Cage on the cover of Adaptation: a broken flower pot, clay splinters, strewn soil, and a crumpled blossom, all clumped together. It’s called “My mother’s favorite flower,” and is made with halva mousse and pepper ice-cream filling, chocolate-brownie earth, a bellflower, and a sprig of mint served atop a real piece of parquet floor. “I remember sitting by the window on long winter evenings, gazing through the frost-patterned ...
Tags: Travel, Russia, Chicken, Moscow, Belarus, Faberge, Catherine, Nicolas Cage, St. Petersburg, All, Soviet Union, St Petersburg Russia, Leningrad, Anna Pavlova, Russian Culture, Smolensk


What the Awkward, Endless Oscars Could Learn From Last Weekend’s Other Star-Studded Awards Show

Now that the Academy Awards are consistently a slog, it’s always strange when the ceremony ends on an unexpectedly positive note. No matter which contender you were pulling for, Parasite‘s Best Picture upset Sunday night was a thrilling victory—for class-conscious art at a time of unprecedented inequality, for international cinema in a country that exports too many cultural products and imports too few, for a nonwhite cast and crew after yet another year of nominations that were #SoWhite an...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Abc, Uncategorized, Awards, Los Angeles, Ifc, Eminem, Elton John, Super Bowl, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Gervais, Steve Martin, Brad Pitt, James Corden, Chris Rock


Bruno Mars to Star in Disney’s New Music-Themed Movie

Bruno Mars to star in Disney’s new music-themed movie According to Deadline, Grammy-winning worldwide performer Bruno Mars has signed on to star and produce in his first leading role in Disney‘s new untitled music-themed film which will feature original music created by the “Finesse” singer. Further details about the feature’s plot are still being kept under wraps. RELATED: Disney to Release a Film of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton in Theaters! The untitled music-driven feature will be Bruno M...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Hawaii, Streaming, Bruno Mars, Nicolas Cage, Hamilton, Walt Disney Studios, Lin Manuel Miranda, Billie Eilish, Ethan Miller Getty, Andrew Bergman, ComingSoon, Movie News, Sean Bailey, Disney Plus


Film News Roundup: Charles Roven’s Atlas Entertainment Launches Literary Division

In today’s film news roundup, Atlas Literary is born, Emily Tosta is cast in Nicolas Cage’s “Wally’s Wonderland” and Netflix confirms it’s closed a deal for Radha Blank’s “The 40-Year-Old Version.” DIVISION LAUNCH Atlas Entertainment is expanding into literary management with the acquisition of HertzbergMedia and launch of Atlas Literary. Atlas chief Charles Roven and […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Nicolas Cage, Atlas Entertainment, Wally, Charles Roven, Emily Tosta, Radha Blank, HertzbergMedia


Boeing's former CEO who oversaw the ill-fated 737 Max plane is reportedly selling his Chicago-area estate at a $3 million loss (BA)

Former Boeing CEO James McNerney has listed his Chicago-area mansion near Lake Michigan for nearly $4.7 million, according to reporting by Crain's. McNerney, who retired from Boeing in 2015, oversaw development of the now-troubled 737 Max, which has since been grounded worldwide after two deadly crashes, as well as the 787 Dreamliner. He is asking for much less than he paid for on the nearly 8,000-square-foot mansion. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Retired Boeing CEO Jame...
Tags: Trends, Chicago, New York Times, Boeing, Nicolas Cage, Crain, Lake Michigan, McNerney, Lake Forest Illinois, James McNerney, San Francisco Tudor, McNeary, Andra O Neill


‘Snake Eyes’ First Look Gives Us Our First Glimpse of the ‘G.I. Joe’ Spin-Off

Are you ready for the shocking, jaw-dropping, mind-blowing first look at Snake Eyes, the new G.I. Joe spin-off? Don’t answer lightly. Stop right now and think about it. Think about how prepared you are to witness the awesome might of our first real glimpse of Henry Golding as the ninja assassin. I don’t want to oversell things, but I must warn you: If you have yet to steady yourself for this Snake Eyes first look, your hair might turn white and your skin might rot off your face like the bad guy...
Tags: Images, Movies, Indiana Jones, Nicolas Cage, Toy, Don, Action/Adventure, Kenta, Robert Schwentke, G.I. Joe, Evan Spiliotopoulos, Henry Golding, Snake-Eyes, Andrew Koji Warrior, Scarlett Úrsula Corberó Money Heist, Baroness Haruka Abe


A $4 million San Francisco mansion with so much greenery it's being called a 'garden with a home' is now for sale — see inside

A three-bedroom San Francisco home is on the market for $4 million. It's located in the desirable Russian Hill neighborhood. The house comes with an unusually large garden backyard that makes it a unique find.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Despite its convenient San Francisco location, this home is surprisingly tranquil with a secret garden in the backyard. The home at 25 Bret Harte Terrace is on the east slope of Russian Hill in San Francisco, an area known for its sun...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, Nicolas Cage, Russian Hill, Sotheby, Coit Tower, San Francisco Tudor, Janet Schindler, San Francisco Next


‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’, Starring Nicolas Cage as Himself, Gets a Spring 2021 Release Date

Last fall, we reported on what could be the most Nicolas Cage movie ever made. The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent will see the National Treasure star playing a fictionalized version of himself struggling with career ambitions, a strained relationship with his daughter, and helping the U.S. government stop a Mexican drug cartel kingpin who is responsible for a high profile kidnapping. Yes, as crazy as it sounds, this movie is real, and it just got a release date in spring 2021 from Lionsgat...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Lionsgate, Cia, Quentin Tarantino, Paramount Pictures, Nicolas-Cage, Cage, United Artists, Lionsgate Films, Action/Adventure, Tom Gormican, Kevin Etten, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


Film News Roundup: Nicolas Cage’s ‘Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ Gets Release Date

In today’s film news roundup, Nicolas Cage’s “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” and indie drama “Shooting Heroin” get release dates, the “Big Fur” documentary finds distribution and Ezra Miller forms a production company. RELEASE DATES Lionsgate has dated the Nicolas Cage movie “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” for March 19, 2021. Tom Gormican is […]
Tags: News, Nicolas Cage, Ezra Miller, Tom Gormican, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, RELEASE DATES Lionsgate