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The News Tribune
Cage in fine, gritty form as hard-living Texan 'Joe'
Just when you think you can write off Nicolas Cage as a foolish squanderer of talent, carpet-bombing his reputation with misconceived garbage like "The Wicker Man" or, Lord have mercy, two "Ghost Riders," he'll uncork a corker of a performance.
Easter is a time of redemption for Christians, so it seems only natural that Sony Pictures studio heads would pick this weekend to release "Heaven Is For Real."
The Chronicle Herald
Cage immerses himself in tough innocence of role in Joe
He thought of Nicolas Cage. Green wrote Cage a letter, sending along the screenplay, not knowing if or when he'd hear back.
Phoenix New Times
Nicolas Cage's Joe Lays Bare a Culture's Collapse
It's been 5 million years since humanity hauled itself from the swamp, and according to Joe director David Gordon Green, we're devolving back into muck.
Boise Artist Erin Ruiz Shows Work at SF Nick Cage Art Show
In the words of one BW editorial staff member, Nicolas Cage is "endless." His films have been lauded by critics, hits with the public and utter duds.
Beijing: John Woo Talks U.S.-China Collaboration, Hollywood Lessons, Next Two Films
The Hong Kong director shares his views on contemporary Chinese cinema, how he feels about the press calling his next film "the Chinese Titanic," and why he believes he's yet to make a great movie.
San Francisco Magazine
This Weekend's Nicolas Cage Paintings, Ranked
On Saturday night, thousand of fans of actor Nicolas Cage descended on a Mission District art gallery to view "Nicolas Cage is God," a showing of works of art inspired by his film work.
You can check out when you like, but it will never leave you
Representatives in blue logoed Polo shirts and black pants would be waiting by door 51 at Terminal C. They would escort me to the bus that would take me to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino -- dubbed for this one week only as the Bud Light Hotel.
'Joe': The Redemption Of Nicolas Cage
Nicolas Cage has become something of a parody of himself over the past few years, but is the actor returning to form with his latest film 'Joe'? Nicolas Cage is, without a doubt, one of the world's greatest actors.
Red Rock West
John Dahl's ice-cold modern noir stars Nicolas Cage as a luckless drifter who's drawn into duplicity and murder after being mistaken for a contract killer.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Movie review: Cage finds his artistry again in compelling 'Joe'
"Joe" offers Nicolas Cage a chance at artistic redemption much the way last year's similarly atmosphere-soaked Southern noir "Mud" offered Matthew McConaughey a step forward in his own comeback.
Nicolas Cage worried about personal texts going public after losing cell phone
New York, Apr.14 : Nicolas Cage is reportedly anxious that his personal information, including his private text messages, may get leaked into public domain after he lost his cell phone.
Nicolas Cage feared snake would bite him...
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Nicolas Cage's 10 Most Nicolas Cage-y Moments
On one hand, he's an Oscar-winning powerhouse, capable of moving audiences to tears and laughter.
The Daily Republic
In the Nic of time: Art show offers homage to actor
After all, the subject of this vision has an Oscar and some MTV moon men. An Elvis fan, he wed the King's only child, daughter Lisa Marie Presley.
Trailer Trash: Joe
Believe it or not, Nicolas Cage IS an Oscar winner. You could never tell based on his body of work these last ten years or so.
Nicolas Cage Dishes On His Tortured Character In 'Joe': Watch
Outside of lending his voice to "The Croods," Nicolas Cage has preferred to appear in small indie movies as of late, a trend that continues with the new highly acclaimed film "Joe," in which Cage plays the tortured title character.
Shape-shifting Cage and Green unite on 'Joe'
For the haunted, hard-living Texas ex-con of "Joe," David Gordon Green was looking for a modern-day Robert Mitchum, someone with an old-fashioned kind of rugged masculinity with an underlying innocence.
Nicolas Cage is first-rate in 'Joe,' an absorbing backwoods drama
Generally, "Nicolas Cage is back" is not an announcement to make movie lovers' hearts race.
Garnet And Black Attack
Victor Hampton and Chaz Sutton met Nic Cage in New York City and it was weird
Two of these three people are wearing facial expressions, and the one who isn't gets paid to convey human emotions.