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Posts Tagged ‘Nicholas Cage’

5 Literary Adaptations to Look Forward to Next Year

Hollywood has lots of new literary movies scheduled for 2012. Here are five upcoming literary movies to look forward to in the new year.

Walt Disney Animation Studios will rerelease Beauty and the Beast in 3D. The film’s story comes from Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont‘s version of the fairy tale called La Belle et la Bête. It arrives in theaters on January 13th.

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the sequel to the 2007 film, once again stars Oscar winner Nicholas Cage as the Marvel Comics antihero. The movie comes out on February 17th.

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Vanity Fair Imagines Werner Herzog’s Diary

33994.jpgWhat would director Werner Herzog write about his most recent project, a surreal remake set in New Orleans?

Earlier this summer, HarperCollins published the book, “Conquest of the Useless: Reflections from the Making of Fitzcarraldo,” collecting journal entries from the chaotic shooting Herzog’s masterpiece, “Fitzcarraldo.” Vanity Fair took the ball and rolled with it, imagining what the brooding director would write about the “Bad Lieutenant” remake he is currently directing with Nicholas Cage, Val Kilmer, and Eva Mendes.

Check it out: “Cage has been obsessively poring over the laminated safety guide for what could be hours. Even as I write, his angular countenance rises above the seat in front of me like a white devil. With halting, Preslean delivery, he voices alternative scenarios for the pamphlet’s illustrations.” (Herzog photo via)