Nicolas Cage talks Knowing, religion – VIDEO

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I’ve been posting Paul Byrne’s interviews with Movies.ie for a while now, and if you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m a big fan. I’m convinced that Paul must take his interviewees through some yoga moves first, because they always seem so thoughtful and meditative.

Nicolas Cage is usually pretty thoughtful in interviews anyway, and he and Paul sat down and discussed his new movie "Knowing," religion, changing his last name, and everything in between.

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