USA Today has the above first look at Knowing, the newest piece of overacting and hair-loss-denial from Nicolas Cage, directed by I, Robot's Alex Proyas. In the film, Cage finds a letter in a time capsule buried near a school; in it, a series of numbers identifies prior catastrophes (like 9/11!) and predicts future ones. In this photo, Cage is trying to stop the disastrous finale of Lost: "Seriously, a second plane crash, and Jack saying, 'Here we go again'? That's a terrible ending!"
In Knowing, Nicolas Cage has found a pattern of numbers that predicts every major disaster that has or will happen, and you can really tell he's concerned about this discovery. Just look at the Nicolas Cage expressions in these new production photos. Such intensity. Could this ... / Continue →
In a rare instance of a Nicolas Cage movie not sending him out for some kind of idiotic vengeance, Joe is a Southern drama that sees Cage as an ex-con trying to redeem himself by protecting a teenage boy struggling to support his family. As you can see here, you can tell Nicola... / Continue →
Recent dire-looking fare like Trespass, Justice, and Stolen having diminished Nicolas Cage's standards to desperate new lows--even for Nicolas Cage--cinema's most resilient, trash-loving cockroach has scuttled up to a new project that will make you ask whether or not it's for r... / Continue →