Nicolas Cage Replies to Fans on the Internet | Actually Me | GQ

On this episode of Actually Me, Nicolas Cage goes undercover on the Internet and responds to real comments from fans on Twitter, Instagram, Quora, Wikipedia, Reddit, YouTube and TikTok.

Comments:

Caleb Latreille:

his vibe of “you paid me just enough to do this but not enough to pretend I enjoy it” is incredible

Kackpuh:

He seems weirdly down-to-earth while also just barely being able to hide that he is batshit insane. And he just doesn’t care.

JAHRONMON:

It feels like Cage had a limit to how much internet he could use or the devil himself would come collect.

BigFatPanda Laktana:

I love how he’s absolutely unphased by anything. A real “yeah? ok.” kinda guy.

Warlock:

Grew up watching this guy and its really fun to see how he reacts. Always among my favorites.

Andrew Darrington:

“what am i gonna do about it? It’s there” is just the absolute best response to that question and is the attitude every celeb/public figure needs to have. If you’re gonna be in the public eye just accept it and move on. This was amazing.

MrNuts70:

That was 100% better and as someone that grew up on Nick Cage films it was great to see him being so AWESOME!
Loved it! Hope you don’t abandon all those new social media accounts you created!!!

Trevor Delepine:

He maintains a perfect “I really don’t want to be here but I have to be so F it I’m doing it” performance throughout. Thank you Nic Cage for not disappointing!

Steven Buck:

Just when I thought I couldn’t love him more, Nicholas Cage wins my heart over again. I know he won’t read this comment, but what a guy!

Jerome Draad:

The thing i love the most about these videos is that you learn that not everything is as it seems. For example, the teeth pulling part, about Nick Cage makes him seem like an amazing / crazy method actor. When you then hear that they had to go out anyway, it brings everything a little more into perspective.

Incog2k6:
I’m just so happy that Cage was able to pay off all of his debts recently. That means that he can finally be picky about his roles again (he even said so himself in an interview). Peak Nicholas Cage is about to make a comeback, and I’m so ready.