Nicolas Cage has made over a hundred films. Sooner or later he made a western with 'The vintage way'.
Nicolas Cage has been in 112 movies considering starting his
film career in the fast-paced 1982 Ridgemont is overkill. Yet there is something
“I always thought he could wear the boots and the hat,” Cage, 59,
tells us in a new interview. “You understand, I grew up in California
I know people laugh at that, but it's as western as it gets. I live in
Nevada. It's not like I'm playing Hamlet anymore. Now it's not like
“And I've scratched my head as to why it took [so long]. I suggest, I've
been doing this since I was 15 years old. I've been doing this for almost forty-five years.
I've renewed 100 movies and this is the first time everyone
absolutely invited me to do [a western]. I think, 'I might as well do it now before it's too late.'"
“Usually I think I should wear the boots and the hat. I grew up in
California... that's about as far west as you can get. I stay in Nevada
Cage stars as Colton Briggs, a notorious cold-blooded former
shooter who has settled into the quiet life dealing with business salvation
However, Briggs stays out of her gun-throwing ways at him, while a
gang of criminals invades his home and murders his wife, even bringing his son for revenge.
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