Nicolas Cage’s memories go way back… to the womb? Actor claims he saw faces in the dark and grooved to “vocal vibrations”. Cage has once again blessed us with his eccentricity during a recent visit to “The Late Show.” Cage revealed to Stephen Colbert that his earliest memory was actually being in his mother’s womb.
That’s right, folks, the man who famously played a treasure hunter in “National Treasure” thinks he can recall being in-utero and seeing faces in the dark. Is he a psychic or just plain crazy? You decide.
But wait, there’s more! When asked about what happens when we die, Cage really showed off his philosophical side. “Oh, wow. Nobody really knows, I don’t know,” he said. “They say that electricity is eternal. That the spark keeps going.”
So, does that mean we’ll all be stuck as sparks for all eternity? It sounds like there is a bright future ahead.
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Despite his mind-bending revelations, Cage’s recent horror-comedy flick “Renfield” has been a bit of a flop at the box office. The film only brought in $16 million domestically and $22 million worldwide.
But don’t worry, Nic; we still love you, and we’re sure Universal will be knocking on your door soon for another box office hit. Maybe he’ll play a treasure-hunting vampire in the next one?