We don't know what we did to deserve Nic Cage but we're glad he's in our lives.
AKA Nicholas Cage, the actor appeared at the Toronto International Film Festival over the weekend where his film 'Color Out Of Space' was showing.
It screened at the Ryerson Theatre and at the preview's Q&A, the actor described a song he would sing on set which he wrote while working on 'Honeymoon In Vegas'.
It’s a madcap song that's appropriate for any movie production with lyrics that go: "The camera's rolling,
"the lights are on
"the director calls action,
"the director calls cut,
"act, act, act, EVERYBODY,
"ACT, ACT, ACT!"
Apparently it's very motivational for late night shoots and we're not surprised.
— TIFF (@TIFF_NET) September 9, 2019
And from another angle - just 'cause.
— Jeff Justiz @🏠 (@JeffJustiz) September 8, 2019
We're looking forward to hearing more about this 'Colour Out of Space' film Cage has lined up next. Directed by Richard Stanley, it's adapted from H.P. Lovecraft's classic horror short story and has been getting great reviews out of the festival.