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  • The photo had been listed on eBay under the title "Nicolas Cage is a Vampire/Photo from 1870/ Tennessee" with a price tag of $1 million.

    NYDN Rss

  • It's not the kind of question usually faced by an actress who has worked for Tim Burton, Atom Egoyan and Ridley Scott, with co-stars such as Nicolas Cage, Colin Firth, Ewan McGregor,

    Berks county news

  • So while it may be fun to pile on Nicolas Cage and his seemingly arbitrary choice of roles, this may be a case where the blame lies more with a small studio struggling to compete in a crowded marketplace.

    Scott Mendelson: Box Office Review: True Grit Tops, Oscar-Bait Holds Strong

  • Nicolas Cage: Despite reviews so scathing they made the ones for "Little Fockers" look glowing, "Season of the Witch" still managed to land in the No. 3 spot with $10.7 million.

    Weekend box office: The Coen brothers finally triumph over those 'Little Fockers'

  • Latest example: this weekend's Drive Angry, yet another Nicolas Cage extrusion.

    Marshall Fine: Time to Say 'No' to 3D

  • Jude Law contributed a joyless cameo opposite Andy Samberg's Nicolas Cage, and Michael Bublé marred his smooth renditions of Christmas carols by making bizarre faces.

    Cheers & Jeers: SNL's Christmas Reunion

  • One of the least expensive on the market now is Nicolas Cage's former island, Leaf Cay, which remains completely undeveloped and is available for $8.5 million.

    My Own Private Island

  • Private Islands Brokerage One of the least expensive on the market now is Nicolas Cage's former island, Leaf Cay, which remains completely undeveloped and is available for $8.5 million.

    Private Island Living

  • Watch a clip from "Season of the Witch" starring Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman.

    'Witch': Toil And Trouble

  • As Crusader knights during the Dark Ages, Nicolas Cage (in full frown mode) and Ron Perlman (loved him as "Hellboy") fight computer-generated hordes, lose faith in their cause and return to a Europe that has been afflicted by the plague — not the standard Black variety, but an even more pestilential strain that may have been caused by witchcraft.

    'Witch': Toil And Trouble

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