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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Nicolas Cage Talks Sorcerer's Apprentice & Superman

In this exclusive interview with Earth's Mightiest, actor Nicolas Cage discusses his new film The Sorcerer's Apprentice, reflects on the importance of his genre roles and touches on almost playing Superman.
One bit of warning: at the tme of this interview, Cage was suffering from a hoarse throat and there are a few audio fluctuations.

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EdGross
7/3/2010

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7 Comments

Great work Ed. I am really looking forward to this movie. It looks good to me.
Hawksblueyes - 7/3/2010, 11:23 AM
Me, too. It just looks like some fun escapism, and I've got no problem with that. Plus I really do like Cage as a performer in most of the things he does.
EdGross - 7/3/2010, 3:55 PM
Ya I think this movie will be good. I like Cage as well my fav was castor troy in face off.
Venom - 7/5/2010, 6:09 PM
Ed I am super jelious of you.

I am a big fan of Nic Cage and told him so at Wondercon this year, I think the movie looks good but my problem with it so far is it seems like I can predict what will happen.
tyko450 - 7/6/2010, 8:40 AM
While it certainly doesn't seem innovative in terms of its storytelling, I think, as I noted above, that they're just going for some fun. What I'm really looking forward to is seeing the rapport between the two actors. Hopefully that will bring the fun factor.
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