New to Blu-ray: THE ACT OF KILLING, ARCHER Season Four, RUNNER RUNNER, and More

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Here’s a brief look at this week’s new Blu-ray releases:

Sequel News: Nicolas Cage Wants to Play a Ghost in WICKER MAN Sequel; Julie Delpy Talks Possible BEFORE SUNSET Follow-Up

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We’ve got a couple of tidbits regarding sequel news to share today: one sensible and one slightly insane. We’ll start with the sensible sequel. Actress Julie Delpy recently told a Sundance audience (per Deadline) that she’s done with acting and wishes to focus on writing and directing. However, she’s still keeping her options open for a third film in the Before Sunrise/Before Sunset series with Ethan Hawke and director Richard Linklater. She told EW (via The Playlist):

“We’re thinking about [a third film], but the second one we only did because we had a good setup, and ideas. I don’t think we would do it if we find the right thing to say. If the third one’s not good, it’s not good for the two before. We’re careful. We’re thinking about it, but it’s not official.”

The first two films each take place during one day and center on the romantic relationship between Delpy and Hawke. Hit the jump for news regarding a sequel to The Wicker Man remake in which Nicolas Cage would play a ghost. Seriously.

Four Minutes of Nicolas Cage Losing His Shit

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Editor Harry Hanrahan previously brought us such great compilations as the The 100 Greatest Movie Insults and The 160 Greatest Arnold Schwarzenegger Quotes of All Time.  He has now compiled a four-minute tribute to Nicolas Cage losing his shit.  I was shocked as well: there’s only four minutes worth of material?  Perhaps percenatage-wise, Cage gives more subdued performances than I give him credit for.  Or perhaps Hanrahan missed some good bits (notably absent is Big Daddy unintelligibly screaming instructions at Hit Girl in Kick-Ass).  Still, if you like your Nic Cage over the top (and really, who doesn’t?), then you’ll want to hit the jump and check out the video.  Hanrahan leaves us with one of the questions for the ages: was Cage crazier in Vampire’s Kiss or The Wicker Man?

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