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Nicolas Cage films on Lionsgate Play in case Dream Scenario has left you with an urge to watch more - Adaptation to Drive Angry

Nicolas Cage is a trending name forever and turns out Lionsgate Play has made sure you never run out of Nicolas content. 

Nicolas Cage films on Lionsgate Play in case Dream Scenario has left you with an urge to watch more - Adaptation to Drive Angry
Nicolas Cage films on Lionsgate Play You Must Watch

Last Updated: 10.55 AM, Apr 22, 2024


The revival of Nicolas Cage in the public consciousness at regular intervals is something that should be dissected. The actor, who has delivered some of the most unique films and characters over the years, is always in the headlines for one reason or another (most of which is positive), and not many actors from his generation and the current one can do that so successfully. For instance, in the past two years, the actor has had multiple releases, including a cameo in The Flash, where he was spoken about for his much-awaited Superman appearance, and the conversation around it is still very much relevant. He was later in the news for making his potential Marvel Cinematic Universe debut, which didn't happen, and boom, he was back with another movie. He is now in the news for his latest release on Lionsgate Play titled Dream Scenario.

Dream Scenario dropped on Lionsgate Play this week and has been making a loud buzz because the film also garnered appreciation when it was released on the big screen. It is a loner comedy-drama that has a man at the center of it who is not so fond of socializing. He suddenly crashes into the dreams of many people, and the newfound fame brings a crowd around him, how he navigates through this new trajectory is what the film is about.

While Dream Scenario is making noise, Lionsgate Play and Nicolas Cage is a love story that has been rampant for a while now. The actor has a handful of movies already streaming on the app. So while you all enjoy Dream Scenario on Lionsgate Play through OTTplay Premium, here are four other Nicolas Cage films you can enjoy on the same platform and thank us later.

Nicolas Cage Movies on Lionsgate Play

Knowing (2009)


Cast: Nicolas Cage, Rose Byrne, Lara Robinson, and Liam Hemsworth.

Director: Alex Proyas.

Nicolas Cage saving the world by dissecting the past and the future? Bring it on. Knowing is a catastrophe drama where a man realizes that a date he has in hand is that of the tragic events that took place in the past and this also includes one that is yet to happen. The man gets on a mission to stop it from happening and Knowing was a nail-biting drama for its time.

The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent (2022)

Cast: Nicolas Cage, Pedro Pascal, Tiffany Haddish, and Sharon Horgan.

Director: Tom Gormican.

What happens when a superstar is stuck between a fan and a CIA agent? The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent is as fictional as it is meta because it names Nicolas Cage as Nick Cage, and it feels like you are watching a day in his life. This film is hilarious and equally surprising. It is an experimental product that does the trick quite well and leaves you entertained.

Adaptation (2002)

Cast: Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep, Tilda Swinton, and Chris Cooper.

Director: Spike Jonze.

Were you even aware Nicolas Cage has a film with Meryl Streep and Tilda Swinton together? Well, Adaptation is a film about films, and that has to be a genre we all love. A screenwriter is suffering from a block as he aspires to adapt The Orchid Thief into a film. The movie is funny, self-assessing, and deep in what it wants to tell about everything in life.

Drive Angry (2011)

Cast: Nicolas Cage, Amber Heard, William Fichtner, and Billy Burke.

Director: Patrick Lussier.

How could we not include the most violent, bold, and gory movie Nicolas Cage ever starred in? Starring Amber Heard by his side, this is a film where he plays a father who is out to take revenge on the people who have killed his daughter and kidnapped his granddaughter. The movie is not for the faint-hearted and not for those who don't enjoy intimacy on screen because there is plenty of blood violence and boldness here. You are warned.

Stay tuned to OTTplay for more such recommendations and everything else from the world of streaming and films.

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