The actor is thinking about soon to quit acting and focus entirely on a role as a director.
Nicolas Cage is planning to quit acting and instead, behind the camera. The star has nearly a hundred acteerrollen fulfilled during his successful career, which began with the comedy classic from 1982’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High, but is now ready to be the acting and director.
Cage told The Blast during an interview in Puerto Rico about his new film Primal the following: If we are talking about production and directing, then yes, I’m going to produce again. My company, Saturn Films, is involved in all of the movies that I currently make. In the future, I look forward to directing, because at this point, I’m mainly an actor. I want to spend the next three or four years go ahead and and then I want to be more focused on directing.
The firm of Cage and is now busy with five films in – Between Worlds, Running with the Devil, Primal, A Score to Settle and The Croods 2, all of which are expected for 2020.