Nicolas Cage Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

Nicolas Cage revisits his most iconic characters, including Ronny Cammareri in Moonstruck, H.I. McDunnough in Raising Arizona, Ben Sanderson in Leaving Las Vegas, Cameron Poe in Con-Air, Castor Troy in Face/Off, Charlie and Donald Kaufman in Adaptation, Benjamin Franklin Gates in National Treasure, Red Miller in Mandy and more roles.
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Nicolas Cage Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ


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  1. I wish he was gonna say "we were gonna do a 3rd national treasure but" those 2 movies i can watch all the time. And i would watch a 3rd if it was made. But i think sequels or trilogies made a decade later lose the flow of the first one. I think a 3rd one now would be way over the top

  2. How could he not include the myth, the meme, the legend Vampire's Kiss?! I honestly rank that film up there with American Psycho (it's a very similar film, some say it inspired Bret Easton Ellis and Christian Bale in their contributions to the book and film respectively) as one of the best films ever made. Or at least the so-bad-it's-good Wicker Man?

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