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 simple door (above) be one of the disasters foretold in the numbers? With such a look of chiseled consternation, you can tell Nicolas Cage isn't going to dismiss the possibility.
Here's a new, acting-filled trailer for the film:
I wish my father's expressive face told me I would never be allowed to die :(
I don't care enough to watch the old ones and check, but I think this is new, international trailer for Knowing. Even if it's not, this is a good chance to re-watch and try to figure out what the big reveal at the end is going to be. We know the series of seemingly-random numbe... / Continue →
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 catastr... / 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 →
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