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Because Why Not? Nicolas Cage Digitally Inserted Into Classic Movie Scenes
August 25, 2013
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Nicolas Cage has been in a lot of movies (72 in all, according to IMDb).

But as this video, created by MOVIECLIPS, proves, he could fit right into some other films.

Using not-quite-seamless compositing, the video 'Nicolas Cage Gets Around' replaces the faces and dialogue of various actors with good old Nic Cage.

If you've ever wondered what 'The Breakfast Club' would have been like with Nic in the Molly Ringwald role, or 'Wayne's World' with a different Wayne... This is for you.

And the title is pretty accurate: when it comes to the internet, Mr. Cage really does get around. Here he is as a Disney princess (you can see more of that at Visual News, if you want to).

Nic Cage as a Disney Princess (Lost at E Minor)

And then there's The Other Faces of Nicolas Cage, which is a still image version of the video above, with Cage playing every role in every movie.

Nicolas Cage and Nicolas Cage in 'Titanic' (As Outras Faces de Nicolas Cage)

Some people take it even further. Like this subreddit that implies that Nicolas Cage is the One True God.

Via Laughing Squid


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