Nicolas Cage’s new movie stars him as himself and opens in April 2022.
Nicolas Cage has decided to move on from that question that all movie buffs have asked at some point in their lives (is Nicolas Cage a good actor?), and go for the most difficult one yet. Well, if he’s already shown how good he is at being an ex-con or a warlord, he is now going to play himself in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talentof which we already have the first trailer.
A video that was intended to be a tribute to Global Cinema Day and that has been a bit bad as far as the Spanish language is concerned. Well, as you can see, the trailer is dubbed in numerous languages, from Russian to French, passing through Korean and Brazilian, but when it comes to Spanish, with a little Spanish flag included, the language heard is closer to Latin…
A classic mistake of the Americans that seems to continue today, that of confusing Hispanic American Spanish with that of the Peninsula, that could have been solved by putting different flags. But hey, beyond that, what the trailer for The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent shows is that the movie is going to be a lot of fun.
Well, in it, Nicolas Cage plays himself as an actor who is in low hours that decides to accept the offer of a super fan, who by the way is Spanish and is played by Pedro Pascal, to attend one of his parties for a million dollars. Cage accepts without knowing that this fan is a drug lord wanted by the CIA, which recruits him as an informant.
A classic comedy of entanglements in which it seems that its good dose of action is not going to be missingtypical of the vast majority of productions that Nicolas Cage has starred in, in which he will be accompanied by familiar faces from film and television such as Neil Patrick Harris, Pedro Pascal, Tiffany Haddish and the Spanish actor Paco León, who does not appear in the trailer.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent premieres on April 22although it remains to be confirmed if that will also be the date chosen for it to reach Spanish cinemas.