The Nic Cage crazy train just keeps rolling right through the station. Already this year we’ve seen him playing a crazy old man in a wig who sword fights witches in Season of the Witch. Well, get ready to take things to the next level.

Next month Cage’s newest project Drive Angry 3D hits theaters, and in this one he plays a crazy old man in a wig who escapes from hell and chases down the men who killed his daughter with a muscle car while explosions go off in the background.  It will probably be genius. And IGN has posted some production stills that show things like Nic Cage glaring angrily and hanging out with hot young chicks.

But that’s not the end of it. A year after Drive Angry comes out we will be treated to Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, a film where Cage plays a crazy hell demon in a wig who rides a flaming motorcycle and is hanging out in Eastern Europe. It will probably be genius. The Facebook group Marvel Movies! Has posted some spy pics from the set where Cage wears lots of leather and an assortment of silly hats.

Cage has gotten a lot of flak from the media and filmgoers alike in recent years for making some of the worst movies of all time. At this point you could probably send him a crayon written note saying that you were making a movie called Gritty Superhero Cop From Hell: The Devil Wears Sunglasses and he would sign on to it sight unseen.  Haters gonna hate, but I think that’s awesome.

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