Nicholas Cage In ‘Discussions’ To Make Sequels For Two Of His Best Movies


According to reports, Nicholas Cage is being considered for the lead roles in the National Treasure and Face/Off sequels, two of his most well-liked films.

After years of producing low-budget independent films, the 58-year-old is currently experiencing a professional revival.

He made a movie called Pig in 2021 about a man who is searching for the one who kidnapped his pig.

Critics gave Cage’s performance high marks, and the film received a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Barry Hertz, from the Globe and Mail, wrote in his review: “[Cage] offers something genuinely special: a perfect performance, and one which could not exist without every other performance that the actor has ever delivered.”

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Since then, Cage has had a prominent role in the meta-action comedy The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, in which he portrays an actor by the name of “Nick Cage.”

This movie, which similarly earned £29.1 million at the box office, received positive reviews from critics.

With his next role in the vampire thriller Renfield, Cage has become one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors as a result of his return to form.

He may, however, be making a comeback with two of his most recognisable properties, National Treasure and Face/Off.

Since 2019, Kong vs. Godzilla filmmaker Adam Wingard has been working on the follow-up to the 1997 action movie, which also starred John Travolta.

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