Nicholas Cage doesn’t fully understand why he is often made into a meme

Nicholas Cage He doesn’t “fully understand” why he is often made into a meme.

The star of ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ didn’t get around to “fascination” with his “face or facial expressions” which made it such a good viral content.

In an interview with GQ Magazine’s April issue – for which he was shot by cover star, Jason Nosito – the 58-year-old actor said: , But why? Just like, ‘What is it?’

However, Cage admits that he is largely right with it, saying: “You can’t go against what you have.”

One of his most expressive roles – one that Nicholas almost never took – such as Cherry Loretta Castorini’s love interest Ronnie Camareri is now a “favorite” of his credits, especially for what he has done for the Italian American community.

He says: “Looking at it now, it’s definitely one of my favorite movies I’ve ever made. Also, I like the representation of Italian Americans as a loving family. Not just gangsters all the time. “

Cage – whose two sons Weston, 31, and Cal-L, aged 16 – 75 – ran into financial difficulties while coping with the death of their father, August Coppola – who was the brother of ‘Godfather’ trilogy director Francis Ford Coppola – so the ‘National Treasure’ star And he was willing to make the movie “Back to Back” to support his ailing mother, Joy Vogelsang, who died last year at the age of 85.

Despite criticism over quality rather than quantity, he insisted he was always careful about what role he played.

He asserted: “When I was doing four movies a year, back to back, I still had to find some of them so that it could give me everything. They did, all of them. Some of them were as great as Mandy, but some of them didn’t work. But I never called. So if there is a misconception, that was it. That I was just doing it and not caring. I was careful. “

After coming out of debt, Cage plans to be “extremely selective” about what he’s signed for.

He says: “I’m just going to focus on being extremely selective, as much as I can be selective. I want to make every movie as if it is my last. ”

Read the full interview with Gabriella Pailer’s “Nicholas Cage Can Explain It All” in the April issue of GQ and on

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