Nicolas Cage explains why he’s not going to watch his new film

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“It’s too much for a weird-trip for me”

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Nicolas Cage has explained why he is not going to see his new movie.

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talking to collider, the actor said that he has no intention of watching his meta film unbearable load of huge talent In which he plays a fictionalized version of himself.

“I’m never going to see that movie. I’ve been told it’s a good movie,” Cage said. “My manager Mike Nilon, who is also its producer, saw it. He is very happy. I am told that the audience liked the film.


“But it’s a weird trip for me to go to a movie theater and watch me play [director] Tom Gormican’s overly neurotic, anxiety-ridden version of me. Because he kept pushing me in that direction.

Nicolas Cage and his pet hog in ‘Pig’. credit: alami/height

“I said: ‘Tom, that’s not really me. I really [made of] Quiet, meditative, thoughtful moments. I’m not this neurotic, stressed out, anxious guy all the time.’

But he said: ‘Well, the neurotic cage is the best cage.’ I said: ‘Okay, okay. come on guys. I will do what you want.’

“I won’t watch it. But I hope you enjoy it,” he said.


Cage’s most recent movie, pigsreceived much critical acclaim, including a four-star review from Granthshala which states: “Remarkably, pigs The film is the directorial debut of Michael Saranoski (he also wrote the screenplay based on a story he co-produced with Vanessa Block), though it has the assurance and quality of an old hand.

“If Saranoski had achieved one of Cage’s finest performances, that would have been enough but pigsThat’s more. Wolfe and Arkin are excellent in their supporting roles and cinematographer Patrick Scola is to be congratulated for his stellar job making it a visual masterpiece. Its slow pace and relative lack of action mean it won’t please everyone, but pigs Awesome fucking. Find him.”

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