Nicolas Cage Butcher’s Crossing Western Unveils Actor’s New Look
Get ready for a first look at Nicolas Cage’s Western movie Butcher’s crossing. Currently set in Montana, the drama directed by Gabe Polsky tells the story of a young Harvard dropout who seeks his destiny in the West by tying his fate to a team of bison hunters led by Miller, played by Nicolas Cage. . Together, they embark on a heartbreaking journey risking their lives and their sanity. Located in the 1870s, Butcher crossing refers to the small town of Kansas where the young man and Miller cross paths.
For the Nicolas Cage Western, the actor appears to be wearing a fur coat, leather gloves, a study undershirt and a shaved head. I wonder if he carries guns under this coat? Maybe a buffalo butcher knife? Maybe a canteen full of fresh river water? The Western Plains are a dangerous place for even the best trained hunter, and don’t even get me to drop out of Harvard. This young man might cry for his mom before the first night is over. Deadline was the first to reveal Cage’s new look in the image posted above.
Nicolas Cage recently completed the production of The unbearable weight of massive talents, in which cash-strapped Nicolas Cage agrees to make a paid appearance at a billionaire super fan’s birthday party, but is an informant for the CIA since the billionaire fan is a drug lord and ends up in a film by Tarantino. Sounds pretty wild, right? The film also stars Pedro Pascal, Tiffany Haddish, Neil Patrick Harris, Sharon Horgan, Jacob Scipio, Alessandra Mastronardi, and more.
Nicolas Cage is also expected to star in The Old Way from director Brett Donowho. In the film, an old gunslinger and his daughter face the consequences of their past, when the son of a man he murdered years ago arrives for revenge. Believe it or not, The Old Way will be the first time that Cage will star in a film that comes from the Western genre.
“After 43 years of cinema, I am only now invited to the important and story-rich genre of the western with both The Old Way and Butcher’s Crossing.“said Cage.”Being born and raised in the West, this is another good and long overdue game. I’m excited and driven by the intricate characters of Briggs and Miller, and finding new playgrounds at 57 is indeed galvanizing.“