Nicolas Cage has appeared in over 110 films in his career, including 13 roles in the 2020s alone. (Remember, we’re still only in 2023.) That’s a lot of acting – especially the way Nic Cage does it, which always entails something a loooong of acting. Now, approaching his 60th birthday, Cage says that after all the dozens of film performances, he’s almost ready to call it quits for good.
In conversation with Vanity Fair, Cage said he may only have “three or four more films left in me.” He added…
I feel like I said what I had to say with the cinema. I think I’ve taken the film performance as far as it can go… I want to be much stricter and stricter in my selection process… I want to leave on a high note.
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Cage noted that his own father died at age 75, and as he himself approaches 60, he is thinking about how he wants to spend his remaining years.
“I knew I wanted to spend time with my family,” he added. “I’m starting to flesh out my plan.”
Cage doesn’t necessarily think he’ll fully retire; He wants to slow down and maybe switch to new media. He said it explicitly Vanity Fair He wants to “change formats” and perhaps headline a TV series, similar to what Bryan Cranston did when he competed breaking Bad known after years as a comedy actor.
“Maybe it’s time to look at the immersive streaming experience,” he also said. “I don’t know. I need to look for the next step and I haven’t found it yet.”
Look, if Nicolas Cage is tired of making movies, then so be it. But we cannot allow it to disappear completely. If he wants to watch TV, fabulous; Give him his own TV show! That sounds terrible. Or some kind of immersive experience? Okay, great, let’s dive into Cage. But Cage is too vital to ignore completely. Even though he has settled on good roles in recent years, such as in Pig, he remains one of our very best actors.
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