Proof That You Can Never Have Too Much Nick Cage

Long have I lamented the critical shortage of Nick Cage on this earth. Sure, some of you may be OK with waiting 6 months for Nick’s next monosyllabically titled action offering, but I’m not. And while all of you have been sitting on your asses, Chad found a website of people who are actually doing something about this problem. It’s called Nick Cage as Everyone, and it’s dedicated employees spend their days re-envisioning Nick Cage as all of our favorite celebrities, mostly likely from the confines of their parents’ basement. So this is what it feels like when doves cry…

The site’s idea was no doubt spawned from the 1997 classic Face/Off, in which Cage and John Travolta famously switch faces and thus assume each others lives (even though they’re sworn enemies!). Never mind the fact that Nick Cage has a head like an angelfish, while Travolta is clearly more casaba melon – the movie’s fake scientists find a way to make it happen. And now some geeks with Photoshop are taking it to the next level.

Ever wonder what Nick Cage would look like as Britney Spears? Of course you have. How about Griff from Back to the Future 2? I think we all the know the answer to that. Am I going to keep asking you questions and answering them myself? Not after this one. Here’s some of my favorites from the extensive Nick Cage as Everyone collection.

One Response to “Proof That You Can Never Have Too Much Nick Cage”

  • Jumbo

    March 3, 2010 at 9:46 am

    Wow, that is fantastic. The Giant is pure gold.

    Face/Off was part of the triumvirate that made Nick Cage impossible to get rid of: The Rock, ConAir, Face/Off. Back-to-back-to-back home runs.

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