CAGE TALKS WICKER REMAKE
Its been awhile since we've heard anything about Nicolas Cage and the Wicker Man remake he's involved in, but director Neil LaBute talked to the Chicago Sun-Times today about the synopsis and who else he'd like to cast...
The Chicago Sun-Times talked to director Neil LaBute about the upcoming remake of the 1973 British film, The Wicker Man, which will star Nicolas Cage.'
'The original was a horror film about a policeman [played by Edward Woodward] sent to a small island to investigate the disappearance of a girl who finds a pagan society,' director Neil LaBute says. '
'LaBute says he's moving the story to America. 'Cage is attached to play [the cop]. He winds up on this island that's a very matriarchal society run by women who are direct descendants of pilgrims.'
'Who will play the babes? 'The women range in age from 10 to 50. I think Angelina [Jolie] and Winona [Ryder] would be great choices,' he says.'
Courtesy of Bloody Disgusting