Weird Yet Fascinating

Before I learned about Chuck (Zachary Levi) and aside from Brad Pitt, Nicholas Cage is my most-loved in Hollywood. I know some people hate him because of his weird and crazy acts like having odd collections of stuffed lizards, snakes and octopus, having his own pyramid tomb where he plans to be buried, naming his son after his Kryptonian hero Luke Cage (that’s where he got his screen name too), etc. Weird ehh? Yes, sometimes he’s playing offbeat and sometimes he’s bizarrely over-the-top characters, but who cares? He is a very good actor and can portray different characters very well (the pictures below will speak for it). Because of that, he earned his reputation. I loved him more when he played the role on Stanley Godspeed in “The Rock” and I love his character as Cameron Poe, a US Ranger and newly released ex convict that’s trapped in a prisoner transport plane, in Con Air.

Nicholas Cage in Ghost Rider
in The Rock
in Con Air
in Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Nicolas Cage may be genuinely weird and strange but he is fascinating. There’s no one else like him in Hollywood. Do you know that his real name is Nicholas Kim Coppola? He was born on January 7, 1964 in Long Beach, California, USA. No, I am not a stalker. Just an avid fan.

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6 thoughts on “Weird Yet Fascinating

  1. LOL. defensive. haha! korek. who cares about his eccentricities when given ANY role, he can deliver. and very well. i’m a huge fan din ^^

    sorry i am more than a month late in GT visits. epic fail. LMAO.

  2. hala..pang3rd ko na to na nakikita si papa nic..
    Late Visiting from Girls Talk! 🙂 Happy weekend!
    To die for Celebrity

  3. mommy i soooo love nic cage (now i want to make another post for this, hehe!) have been his biggest fans ever since i can remember, but i have yet to watch a lot of his films especially the newer ones! great pick!
    happy GT 🙂

  4. Yes, I agree with you. Nicolas Cage is indeed a very versatile actor. He is convincing in all the roles he has played thus far. He is good in Con Air, Ghost Rider and The Rock. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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