Sep/2017

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Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood have teamed up in the heist flick ‘The Trust‘. It’s set in a location favorite of Cage’s, Las Vegas. He’s not drinking himself to death or escaping from prison this time like he did in ‘Leaving Las Vegas‘ and ‘Con Air‘, this time he’s a Vegas cop. His Stone and Wood’s Waters are partners who spend their days working in the evidence lockup. The pair come across the location of a hidden vault belonging to local drug dealers and immediately devise a plan to rob it of the riches they’re certain it holds. What they find instead begins an action-packed game of hide and seek with a deadly ending.

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The trailer for ‘USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage‘ has officially arrived and this is one of Nicolas Cage’s movies that I have been really excited about. We still don’t have a release date, but the clip shows one hell of a tense thriller that will be worth the wait. Starring Nicolas Cage (‘National Treasure‘), Tom Sizemore (‘Saving Private Ryan‘), Thomas Jane (‘The Mist‘) and Yutaka Takeuchi (‘Letters From Iwo Jima‘) and is directed by Mario Van Peebles (‘Red Sky‘).

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Nicolas Cage is stepping into the vacant director’s chair on ‘Vengeance: A Love Story‘. The chair has only been vacated recently by Harold Becker. Becker and the financier, Michael Mendelsohn, had a disagreement on the budget of the project. Producers wanted to take a $1M cut from the original budget and Becker claimed the quality of the film would be affected too greatly to consider. The two parted ways at that.

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Just in time for Halloween comes ‘Pay the Ghost‘, a new supernatural horror film starring Nicolas Cage as a father who’s worst nightmare has come true. His son has been taken right out from under his watchful eye at a Halloween parade. He begins a frantic search for him which twists and turns to deeper and darker places.

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The Oscar shadow continues to cast upon the film industry after the curtain drew on it’s show last night, proof of that is in the latest casting info for ‘Snowden‘, Oliver Stone’s take on the Edward Snowden story. If you remember, ‘Citizenfour‘ was a non-fiction portrayal of the same story that won Best Documentary last night in Hollywood.

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In the world of Nicolas Cage, he’s in project after project. I’m hoping his tax issues are coming to a close and he can actually pick quality roles over quantity. Not that taking every part is a bad thing, Danny Trejo kicks ass with that and it’s more fun than finding the hidden Mickeys in a Disney movie to spy the Trejo appearances.

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Director David Gordon Green (‘Pineapple Express‘), has a new movie coming out called ‘JOE‘, which stars Nic Cage and Tye Sheridan (‘Mud‘). This trailer is different for Cage, and looks like this will be one of the good movies for him. I can’t wait to see this, as it looks different and original from anything else. Enjoy the trailer below. ‘JOE‘ will be released in theaters and VOD on April 11th.

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Nic Cage Eyeing Revenge Flick, ‘Men With No Fear’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Feb 5th, 2014

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The man who is the best at freaking out, Nicolas Cage, is in negotiations to star in ‘Men With No Fear‘, which is a revenge flick from Paco Cabezas (‘Neon Flesh‘). Bryan Singer (‘X-Men‘ and ‘The Usual Suspects‘) is producing the flick. The movie is written by Cabezas and centers around a man named Marty ‘The Mule’ (Cage), who is just released from prison after being set up but his former boss named Frank, a local small-time crook. While Marty was locked away in a prison cell, Frank became a big and wealthy drug kingpin who would kill anyone in his way. Frank also took Marty’s young son, and raised him as his own. Now Marty is a free man and hell-bent on revenge.

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Nic Cage is Set For ‘The Expendables 3’!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 5th, 2012

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Sylvester Stallone has taken to his Facebook page to announce the arrival of Nic Cage for the 3rd film in the ‘Expendables’ franchise.  Not only that, but Stallone and his producers are reaching out to Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes, and Mickey Rourke again.  Okay folks, this is getting a little out of hand.  Out of all these guys, why haven’t yo reached out to the best one yet? Bruce “man-god” Campbell.

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‘The Exorcist’ director, William Friedkin is gearing up to direct a film called ‘I Am Wrath’, starring Nic Cage.  Not only did Friedkin direct ‘The Exorcist’, but he also gave us ‘To Live and Die in LA’, ‘The French Connection’, and the recent ‘Killer Joe’.  Back at the Toronto Film Festival, it was said that Cage was set to star in the film and that Friedkin was being courted by the studios to direct.  Today, the contracts are being drawn up for Friedkin to helm the project.

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Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse is THE place to be for the avid film-lover. We’ve got  the final wave of programming for Fantastic Fest which also includes world premieres of WHEELMAN and WORLD OF TOMORROW EPISODE TWO: THE BURDEN OF OTHER PEOPLE’S THOUGHTS, screenings of THOROUGHBRED, JUPITER’S MOON and PROFESSOR MARSTON & THE WONDER WOMEN, and the 10-year anniversary of the infamous Fantastic Debates… plus much more!

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Media-Ocrity Ep. 26 – Movies that Oozed the 1990s!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jan 13th, 2017

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We have an incredible 26th episode of our fun podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘Media-Ocrity‘, where the show is just – okay. Here on the show, we focus strictly on horror/sci-fi, comic books, and video games – basically all the fun stuff that tickles your fancy. In our twenty-sixth episode, titled ‘The 1990’s Were Radical‘, we talk about films that simply just oozed the 1990’s, meaning films that incorporated the BEST/WORST parts of culture in the 1990s. It was hilarious. We also talk about what to expect in 2017 as far as video game releases, music releases, and films. Then we all discuss the life and career of the legendary Nicolas Cage. It was so much fun. This episode is guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and fulfill you. I am joined pop-culture wizard Jonathan Atterbury and comic book artist Jeremy Megert.

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Snowden‘ is written and directed by the inimitable Oliver Stone and is adapted from the books, ‘The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World’s Most Wanted Man’ by Luke Harding’ and ‘Time of the Octopus‘ by Anatoly Kucherena.

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There are directors that you want telling the heart-wrenchingly true stories based on fact. Spielberg was unflinchingly loyal to history when he made ‘Schindler’s List‘ and ‘Saving Private Ryan‘. Mel Gibson brought the history of William Wallace to life as he led the Scots in revolt against England in ‘Braveheart‘. Ridley Scott dove into the horrific tale of ‘Blackhawk Down‘ and pulled no punches with the details. ‘Act of Valor‘, ‘Zero Dark Thirty‘ and ‘Lone Survivor’ are all cut from the same cloth as the previously mentioned films. The memory and honor of the dead lives on through these fact-based projects. One name you won’t see at the top of my wish list to direct a piece like these is Michael Bay.

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 When we’re talking Hollywood, or just about movies in general and someone mentions the Coen’s. Everyone gets a different image in their heads. Some immediately think of Nicolas Cage‘s creepy porn-stache in ‘Raising Arizona‘, others think of the twangy song made popular in ‘O Brother Where Art Thou?‘ (which is currently on my iPod). Still others think of ‘The Dude’ in ‘The Big Lebowski‘.

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Film Review: ‘Joe’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 10th, 2014

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Director David Gordon Green has had quite an impressive resume over the last ten years, and this being 2014, Green is showing no signs of weakening or bowing down to the execs of Hollywood any time soon. Green’s resume includes ‘Pineapple Express‘, ‘Eastbound and Down‘, ‘Your Highness‘, and the more recent drama ‘Prince Avalanche‘. He also produced the gritty thriller ‘Compliance‘. Green seemed to step away from the likes of Will Ferrell, Seth Rogen, and Danny McBride, and made an unrelenting yet beautiful movie with ‘Joe‘, which is based on a novel by Larry Brown of the same name from 1991.

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Most of the time, when a singer dies, their new material releases screech to a halt. Granted, this isn’t always the case. Look at The Beatles and their song, ‘Real Love‘, it was released in 1996 (which just happens to be the year I graduated high school). John Lennon died in 1980, so it can be safely assumed he wasn’t in a recording studio with the other Beatles hammering out new tunes. Musicians have hours and hours of recordings of songs in various level of completion. It may be a first sing-through, something they’ve worked on but can’t get just right, or something that is nicely polished and they just don’t have room on a current album for the extra track. Releasing songs that have been previously recorded but not released can be a bit of closure for producers that worked with the act, for band mates and ultimately for fans.

 

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Amazon Announces 4 Pilots Green-lit for Series!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Mar 13th, 2014

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Amazon jumped head-first into original programming with 5 pilots that were uploaded to their site where they encouraged viewers to watch and comment their opinions. I’m guessing they got the reaction they wanted as they have now picked four of the titles to give a series order. This includes the first dramas for their fledgling, innovative line-up with ‘The After‘ and ‘Bosch‘. Their new comedy series are ‘Mozart In The Jungle‘ and ‘Transparent‘. The fifth pilot that was not picked up, ‘The Rebels‘ comes from Ice Cube and Michael Strahan. From Amazon’s first pilot season saw eight comedies going to pilot while only two were picked up for series, ‘Alpha House‘ and ‘Betas‘. Of those two, ‘Alpha House‘ has been renewed for a second season and ‘Betas‘ has been discontinued.

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‘The Addams Family Re-Cast!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Mar 4th, 2014

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Here is our fourth Re-Cast of the year, where if you are unfamiliar with our famous Re-Casts, we take an older film or tv show and re-cast it if it were remade today. And this week, we have chosen the iconic film ‘The Addams Family‘ to re-cast. There were no stipulations this time around, so if someone wanted to cast Nicolas Cage for every role, they could.. But after we finished the casting session, and finished our picks, I definitely want to see this movie. Of course, it’s always difficult to replace the original cast, but in this day and age of remakes, anythig is possible, so this is who we think would do best in these roles. This was a lot of fun. We will be posting some images of our re-cast for you to see in full on our FACEBOOK page, which you should visit to catch up on all the latest information. And don’t forget to visit iTunes and subscribe to our podcast. Enjoy the show.

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MIPCOM 2011 is preparing to welcome a galaxy of internationally-recognised actors, directors, writers, producers and show business personalities who will join the largest TV industry gathering in Cannes and grace the red carpet at MIPCOM’s Opening Night Party. Holding a MIPCOM World Premiere Television Screening of its new thriller TV series Missing in the Palais des Festivals’ Grand Auditorium, ABC Studios is bringing stellar cast members of the show to Cannes.

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Alcatraz is a maximum security prison with very few privileges. We don't make good citizens, but we make good prisoners. Burglary, armed robbery, grand larceny... You've escaped from quite a few prisons, haven't you? [Frank and Warden look at each other] That's why you're here. Alcatraz was built to keep all the rotten eggs in one basket, and I was specially chosen to ensure that the stink from the basket does not escape. Since I've been warden a few people tried to escape. Most of them have been recaptured. Those that haven't have been killed or drowned in the bay. No one has ever escaped from Alcatraz.
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