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Nicolas Cage

  1. Nic Cage/Tim Burton Superman Details Put Supes in Therapy, and I’m Kind of Into It

    Nicholas Cage: Good or Bad?

    You think Man of Steel was moody? How about Superman in therapy because he doesn't know where his powers come from and he just wants to fit in. It sounds like the never-realized Tim Burton Superman movie was about one step away from being titled Superman: You Can't Tell Me What to Do You're Not Even My Real Dad!

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  2. The Second Full Trailer For The Death Of Superman Lives Is Here, And It’s Crazy

    Still nothing as weird as the missing "s" in Batman v Superman. I'm never gonna let it go, Snyder.

    This second trailer for the fan-backed documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? has some breathtakingly weird details about the Nic Cage-starring, Tim Burton-directed, Kevin Smith-penned movie that never was. Long-haired Cage in a fluorescent bubble suit? Check. Multiple doomsday scenarios? Double check. Kevin Smith's requisite giant spiders? Hoo boy. We were not worthy.

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  3. Our Friend Bill Nye Did an AMA, Here Are Our Favorite Answers!

    And could we see a return of "The Science Guy" to television?

    Our Friend Bill Nye and some of his friends did a Reddit AMA today about searching for life on Jupiter's moon Europa. Nye's answered touched on some other excited subjects like the possibility of his return to television!

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  4. The Left Behind Trailer Is Nicolas Cage-Starring Nonsense

    This is probably exactly what Jesus wanted, right?

    So remember that movie about the rapture starring Kirk Cameron that went straight to DVD back in 2001? Of course you don't. No one watched it, because it was terrible. But people love explosions and being mad at God, so Left Behind is now getting a "Hollywood" remake with Nicolas Cage and Chad Michael Murray. Whoopie.

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  5. The Nicolas Cage Edition of Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” is Everything We’ve Ever Wanted [Video]

    No, you can't unsee this; but you really won't want to, either.

    Miley Cyrus caused controversy earlier this week (surprise!) when she released the Terry Richardson-directed video for her new single, "Wrecking Ball." Despite the lack of twerking, the video does contain hammer-licking, naked swinging, and dust-writhing. But some kind soul decided to super-imposed Nicolas Cage's face onto Miley's body.

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  6. Face/Off Gets a Brilliant Civil War Reboot Because Travolta and Cage Are Vampires [Video]

    Frankly I'm surprised it took somebody this long to put those vampire pictures to good use.

    What happens when you cross John Woo's Face/Off and Ken Burns' documentary on the Civil War with those old photos of Nicolas Cage and John Travolta? You get the appropriately titled Civil War Face/Off: The Story of Nicolas Cage and John Travolta. If you can't guess from the title, it takes the plot of Face/Off, but sets it in the Civil War using those old vampire pictures of Cage and Travolta.

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  7. New Software Looks to Predict the Future From Newspaper Headlines

    Software that predicts the news of tomorrow by analyzing the headlines of yesterday sounds like the plot of a Nicolas Cage movie, but it's really happening. Researchers at Microsoft and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have developed a system that predicts outbreaks of disease and violence by analyzing newspaper headlines. The system was tested on over two decades of New York Times archives, and accurately predicted outcomes 70 to 90 percent of the time.

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  8. Etsy User Will Photoshop Nicholas Cage’s Head on Your Body for $12

    Need a picture of Nicolas Cage's head photoshopped onto your body in 2 hours or less? First of all, what is wrong with you? Second, there's someone who will be more than happy to do that. Etsy user JazzberryBlue is currently running a promotion where he will perform this service for you at the low, low cost of $12. That's not even the only dish on the menu.

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  9. Sylvester Stallone Blames the End of Action Movies on Superheroes, Which We Thought Were in Action Movies

    Oh Hollywood

    Sylvester Stallone is upset, you guys. Upset that action movies just aren't what they used to be. You know, back when men were men, and so were action movies. Now it's just a bunch of magic guys in tights who don't participate in any real action because their magic make it too easy. And that's not action. I mean, look at those freaking arms! Sylvester Stallone never let anyone do any CGI to him, I'll tell you that. But seriously, he said that action films are "fading away." Has he not been to the movies at all in recent years? Man, he's been working hard on Expendables 2, sequestered all the way up in that Tibetan mountain lodge, far away from civilization as we know it!

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  10. Nicolas Cage Finds A Movie He Won’t Star in: One About People Stealing His Comics

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    Point one: Back in 2001, thieves ran off with a copy of Action Comics #1, the first appearance of Superman and arguably the beginning of the superhero genre, that belonged to none other than Nicolas Cage. Point two: It is now clear that there exists a movie role that Nicolas Cage will turn down. Can you guess what these two facts have in common?

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  11. They Are Totally Making a Musical Version of Valley Girl

    Almost Totally Excellent

    Paramount and MGM have been working together to produce a musical remake of the 1983 classic, Valley Girl. The most recent news -- besides the news that this is happening at all -- is that they've found a director, and there's a good chance you've never heard of him. Clay Weiner, best known for directing commercials, lobbied heavily for the gig and landed it after using his time off to create and produce a video mashup of all the song that appear in the film. And now we'll get to wonder: Who could score the role that made Nicolas Cage a star?

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  12. Things We Saw Today: League of Extraordinary British Characters

    Things We Saw Today

    Comic artist Dean Trippe has cobbled together a brand-new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen featuring some of the best British characters out there today, "A Copper on the Edge, the Boy Who Lived, a Misfit from the Future, a Madman with a Box, the Consulting Detective, and a Ghost Roommate. A print is available on Etsy. Hit the jump for more stuff we saw today! 

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  13. Things We Saw Today: Kickstopper

    Things We Saw Today

    As a writer, I could really get behind the idea of being paid not to write my bad ideas in addition to getting paid to write my good ideas.  Is there a Kickstarter project we could start to start this? (GeekDad)

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  14. Things We Saw Today: A Gingerbread AT-AT

    Yup. (Blastr)

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  15. Someone Robbed Abraham Lincoln’s Tomb! (But At Least Lincoln Is Still There!)


    Attention history geeks and geeks clamoring for a third National Treasure movie: Thieves -- copper thieves -- have stolen a three-foot-long copper sword from the tomb of our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln! The theft is supposed to have taken place some time between late September and earlier this month, and the people in charge are baffled as to why someone would go for this particular artifact. We just want to know who will write the screenplay, who will direct it, and will Nicolas Cage reunite with Justin Bartha, Diane Kruger, Jon Voight, and Helen Mirren for another historical action adventure movie! Heaven knows he could use some cheering up!

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  16. The Action Comics #1 Stolen From Nicolas Cage Will Break Auction Records, But Not by Nicolas Cage

    and let it be known

    Back in April, we reported that a very valuable comic that was owned, then stolen, from Nicolas Cage had been recovered, but not returned to the comic-loving actor. His near-perfect issue of Action Comics #1 was taken from him back in 2000 and was found in an abandoned storage space purchased by someone who has remained anonymous. However, rather than returning the comic to its devastated owner (who may have received an insurance payout for his loss), it was handed over to collectibles expert Mark Balelo, who then passed it on to Stephen Fishler, who had, ironically, sold the comic to Cage in the first place. Now, the comic is going to auction, where it is expected to break records. But probably not with Nicolas Cage's money.

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  17. Holy Joel Schumacher Had Another Batman Movie In The Works, Batman!

    Nope. Still Not Happening.

    I'll admit, I actually take enjoyment from Batman Forever and Batman and Robin. Not the same kind I take from Tim Burton's Batman films or the Christopher Nolan ones but enjoyment nonetheless. But even I cannot handle this news. Joel Schumacher, director of the most hated Batman movies of all time, has revealed he had another in the works called Batman: Triumphant. And it was going to star Nicolas Cage. BRB, I feel compelled to shower.

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  18. The Trailer for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Is Ridiculous. Very Ridiculous. [Video]

    Just What You've Always Wanted

    For some reason, the sequel to Ghost Rider, which, by all accounts, was a horrible movie that barely broke even has been happening, and here is the trailer. There is a lot of fire in it. Including fire coming out of unexpected parts of Nicolas Cage. So, watch to the end, because there's a joke there that you will either laugh at or would never believe if you hadn't seen it with your own eyes. (Topless Robot)

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  19. Nic Cage’s Action Comics Recovered, Not Yet Returned

    I'm In A Glass Case of Emotion

    Way back, when I was just a little bitty boy living in a box under the stairs in the corner of the basement of the house half a block down the street from Jerry's -- Woah, sorry, had an interlude, there. Way back in the year TWO THOUSAND Nicolas Cage (stage name inspired partially by Luke Cage) was a die hard comic fan with a die hard comic fan's dream collection: a well-preserved copy each of Action Comics #1 and Detective Comics #27 the first appearances of Superman and Batman. And then some jerk stole them and got away with it, and Cage was so disheartened by the whole thing that he sold his entire collection. But now, it appears that Cage's lost copy of Action #1 has been found in an abandoned San Fernando Valley storage space.

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  20. Geekolinks: 6/18

    How to Make Your iPad Work on Verizon (DishTV)

    Koman Coulibaly, we contemn thee (SportsGrid)

    The 15 cruelest deaths in Star Trek history (Topless Robot)

    Google introduces command line tool (Google)

    Twinkies as art (RetroThing)

    Famous icings throughout history, bro (Windowless Van)

    Nicolas Cage wants cake (Urlesque)

    (title image via TurtleFeed)

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