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Nicolas Cage to hunt buffalo in new film adaptation

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After looking a white jaguar in Primal and animatronic horrors in Willy’s Wonderland, Nicolas Cage is mounting a seek for buffalo. It’s been introduced that Cage will star in Butcher’s Crossing, an adaptation of the John Williams novel of the identical title. Directed by Gabe Polsky (Red Army, Red Penguins), the film finds Cage taking part in a buffalo hunter named Miller, who takes on a younger Harvard dropout searching for his future out West. “Together, they embark on a harrowing journey risking life and sanity,” says an official description of the story. Polsky is adapting the novel alongside Liam Satre-Meloy.

Produced by Polsky, Molly Conners of Phiphen Pictures alongside Will Clarke and Andy Mayson for Altitude Film Entertainment and Cage’s Saturn Films, Butcher’s Crossing goes up on the market throughout this week’s Cannes digital market courtesy of Altitude.

“This is an urgent story with timeless themes – a gut-wrenching journey exploring the limits of human nature,” mentioned Polsky. “Nick Cage is likely one of the most dynamic and attention-grabbing performers and to have him tackle this sensible function shall be thrilling.”

“Altitude are incredibly excited about launching ‘Butcher’s Crossing’ at Cannes. John Williams’ story is strikingly cinematic and Gabe’s vision for the film is the perfect fit. Additionally, it’s fantastic to be working with the legendary Nick Cage whose passion and appeal is second to none,” added Clarke.

Cameras are anticipated to roll on Butcher’s Crossing in the U.S. in October.

Up subsequent for Cage is the Michael Sarnoski-directed thriller Pig. In Pig, a truffle hunter (Cage) who lives alone in the Oregonian wilderness should return to his previous in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped. Nobody places Nicolas Cage’s pig in a nook. Nobody!

Pig will seek for truffles in theaters starting on July 16, 2021.

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