Nicolas Cage’s Crazy Hair is Back On The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Set

Despite yet another poorly reviewed film, Nicolas Cage has managed to score another hit at the box office with Know1ng. The actor, still one of the busiest in Hollywood, has a slate of interesting films coming up. He’s co-starring in Kick-Ass about a high school kid who decides to become a superhero, Bad Lieutenant from uber-director Werner Herzog, doing voices in two animated films, G-Force and Astro Boy, starring in Season of the Witch (which inspired this article about his different hairstyles), and a boxing movie with 50 Cent.

Now pictures of Cage on the set of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice with Jay Baruchel have popped up courtesy Just Jared. Cage, who appears to be doing his best Kris Kristofferson, is playing Balthazar Blake, a sorcerer who leaves his “shop” to his apprentice (played by Baruchel) for a brief amount of time. Once he does that, a magical broomstick decides to take on a life of its own. Sounds like a winner.

Add this hairdo to the pretty amazing collection of Cage ‘Dos so far. In fact, Rotten Tomatoes created a game linking a pic of his hair to the movie it appears in and it’ll surprise you how many twisted coifs this man has sported over the years.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice opens the summer of 2010. Just Jared and Celebrity Gossip also posted photos of hottie Teresa Palmer on the set as well. Check her out below as an added bonus.

Josh is a multi-tasker. He's been a cubicle monkey for the last few years, a veteran stage actor of over 10 years, a sometimes commercial actor, occasional writer of articles, a once-legend in the realm of podcastery, purveyor of chuckles in his homecity of Chicago as he has trained with the world renown iO (Improv Olympic) and Second City Conservatory and performed with both theaters, and can be seen doing a thing that actor's do on the website of his online sitcom, Josh also likes to tackle the beef of his bio with one run-on sentence, because it befits his train-of-thought.

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