The New Red Band Trailer for Nicolas Cage's new film "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent" is available for viewing now on YouTube
Lionsgate released the new red band expanded scenes movie trailer for Nicolas Cage's new meta-film 'The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent' and it's already receiving rave reviews by fans and critics.
The new film where the superstar Nicolas Cage plays a fictionalized true-to-life version of himself, Nick Cage; a man who is a struggling actor deeply drowning in debt and is forced to take any gig offered in order to pay his expenses; is scheduled for release in theaters on Earth Day, April 22, 2022.
The film was directed by Tom Gormican and produced by Kevin Etten, Mike Nilon, Nicolas Cage, Kristin Burr, and Kevin Turen.
Nick finds himself traveling to Mallorca, Spain to meet his biggest fan; a dangerous drug lord named Javi Gutierrez (Pedro Pascal) who befriends him and pays him one million dollars to attend his birthday party. Little does he know the CIA recruits Nick into being a part of their team serving as a government agent to take down the wealthy drug kingpin in order to save himself, his career, and his family. Nick re-enacts the biggest roles of his film career. Upon arrival in Mallorca, Nick greets Javi with the palm-hold fist salute and grills him confirming there won't be any 'funny business' and the madness and chaos begins.
Check out the newest expanded scenes red-band trailer here:
The film's co-stars Neil Patrick Harris (Ted Nick's agent) Sharon Horgan (as Olivia his wife) Lily Sheen (as his daughter Addy) Tiffany Haddish (as CIA agent Vivian) and Ike Barinholtz (as the surveillance camera CIA agent)
Nicolas Cage has revealed that he will never see this film in a theater. It's an over-the-top fictionalized version of himself and doesn't think he can sit still watching it because it's "highly neurotic" and "anxiety ridden."
This new meta-movie trailer is already generating awesome reactions from Nick Cage fans on the film's Twitter account. It's the role that Nick Cage was born to play and might as well be the Oscar-buzz feel-good film of 2022!