A new web app appropriately called ‘Feeling Cagey?’ is out where random Instagram selfies turn into the lovingly handsome face of Ghost Rider himself, Nicolas Cage! Created by Josh of the marketing company Gamaroff, the app was constructed using ‘OpenCV software, which performs facial recognition on a live feed of selfies’.
Actor Nicolas Cage is almost notorious for never passing up a movie or screenplay, especially one where he can channel absurdist amounts of emotion into the role. YouTuber, Harry Hanrahan, compiled virtually every stunning Nic Cage outburst. These moments paired with crescendo of wind instruments creates a hilarious yet eerie compilation. The climax cannot be […]
Just as we were starting to empathize with Nicolas Cage after reading his interview with The Guardian (just check out how sensibly he talks about his role in The Wicker Man, “… There’s a need by some folks in the media to think that we’re not in on the joke.
Everyone has a place somewhere deep inside them where Nicholas Cage is accepted, even revered. We can’t explain why, but it’s there (3.20-4.40 in this clip might explain it). This Dutch impressario knows where that space is, and gives voice to it. It’s spot on.
Harry Hanrahan, the same guy who was responsible for the infamous video of Nicolas Cage losing his shit, also compiled a montage of Cage’s cinematic hairstyles over the span of his film career as it evolves to mythical proportions. Of course, only an increasingly frenetic tune such as Edvard Grieg’s In the Hall of the […]
We can never tire of Nicolas Cage. The meme-mythical actor is a constant source of inspiration to ordinary folks like us who want to watch him lose his shit, be like cats, or perform John Cage’s 4’33″. And now, he’s reborn as everyone’s badly Photoshopped little baby boy (and girl), bringing not just joy, but a bundle of joy to the whole wide world.
Every time we think we’ve seen all there is to be seen of Nicholas Cage, the universe goes ‘uh …’ and proves us wrong. The Nicholas Cage Cats Tumblr contains some truly shocking material which must be seen to be believed.
Okay, so last month, we found Nicolas Cage emoting to Arcade Fire’s My Body Is a Cage. Now, thanks to the sharp editing of a certain Adam Lucas, we find the actor silently acting out all four minutes and thirty-three minutes of experimental John Cage’s seminal 1952 work.