Taking advantage of the imminent premiere of Prisoners of the Ghostland, Nicolas Cage has assured fans of his filmography that never plans to retire from acting.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the Oscar-winning actor stated that had banished from his mind the idea of retiring because you feel healthier and happier when you are working on a project. Too recognized the importance of film and the role that the industry has played in his life.
“That can’t happen”Cage said of retirement. “Doing what I do in the cinema has been like a guardian angel for me, And I need it. I am healthier when I work, I need a positive place to express my life experience, and the cinema has given it to me. So I’m never going to retire. Where are we now, 117 movies? “.
“What’s funny is that my discussion with people who say ‘You work too much’ was of the plan ‘I like to work and it is healthy, I am happy when I am working and, by the way, tGuys like Cagney and Bogart were making hundreds of movies. ‘he explained. “And then I said, ‘I better check that out,’ and I said, ‘Whoops …’.”.
Cage has starred in a large number of films throughout his acting career, and there are no signs that your workload is slowing down. Recently got one of the biggest roles in Hollywood has to offer as it was found in the papel de Nicolas Cage en The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, directed by Tom Gormican.
The unbearable weight of massive talent introduces Nicolas Cage as its fictional main character– someone trying to balance family life and a career while meeting caught in the crossfire of a Mexican cartel leader and the CIA. It is expected to pay tribute to some of Cage’s previous films such as Goodbye to Vegas, Head to Head and 60 Seconds.
Before that, and as we anticipated, Cage will appear in Prisoners of the Ghostland (by Sion Sono), playing a bank robber who is offered his freedom in exchange for recovering the missing granddaughter of a wealthy warlord. Cage stars in the neo-noir western film alongside Sofia Boutella, Bill Mosley, Nick Cassavetes and Tak Sakaaguchi.
Prisoners of the Ghostland hits theaters and VOD and Digital, tomorrow, September 17 in 2021, after its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival (held in January). As for what awaits us with her, such and as we commented from MRT, it’s about “A particularly surreal tribute to the Western, the movie Samurai, and Mad Max.”.