If you found Nicolas Cage as Superman battling a giant spider in The Flash, you weren’t alone. The actor himself did not expect to see such a thing, because he said: “It was not what I did.”
talk to yahooCage talked about his short film in The Flash and even mentioned artificial intelligence in Hollywood. For starters, he explained that he was on set for a maximum of a few hours for the DC movie. When I was there, Cage said, “what I was going to do was literally just stand in another dimension, if you will, and watch the world come to an end.” “Cal Ill was testifying [to] The end of a world, and you can imagine what I thought I could convey in the short time I had.”
The whole idea comes from the canceled Superman Lives project from the 1990s, in which Cage starred. Batman director Tim Burton was supposed to direct the film. But instead, The Flash finds that Superman Cage is much more active, flying around to fight a giant centipede.
“When I went into the picture, it was me fighting a giant spider,” Cage said. I did not do it. This is not what I did [created by] The AI was… CGI, okay, to make me old, and I’m fighting spiders. I didn’t do any of that, so I don’t know what happened there.”
This prompted Cage to touch on AI for the movies, saying, “It’s a nightmare to me. It’s inhuman. You can’t be more inhuman than AI.”
Cage is currently promoting a dream scenario where everyone dreams fantasies about his character, Paul Matthews. The film is slated to open in select theaters on November 10th, with a wider release on November 22nd. Meanwhile, The Flash is available to stream on Max.
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