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Nicalicious

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Date: 3:55 PM, 07/19/13
Nicolas Cage at the premiere of Frozen Ground in London
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Here is a short clip of Nic interviewed at the premiere. 

http://www.reuters.com/video/2013/07/18/nicolas-cage-launches-serial-killer-thri?videoId=244285987&videoChannel=3

July 18 - Nicolas Cage talks about the perils of being a trooper in Alaska and Vanessa Hudgens at the world premiere of 'The Frozen Ground'.



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Date: 3:59 PM, 07/19/13
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More about the premiere. Nic looking good!

http://www.adn.com/2013/07/17/2978176/frozen-ground-opens-in-england.html

'Frozen Ground,' filmed in Anchorage, opens in England

 

 

 

Britain The Frozen Ground Premiere

Nicolas Cage, right, and Vanessa Hudgens arrive for the UK premiere of The Frozen Ground, at a central London cinema, Wednesday, July 17, 2013. The film is based on a horrific true story from the 1980's, about a serial killer in remote Alaska. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)

"The Frozen Ground," shot in Anchorage in 2011 with a number of local actors in supporting roles and crowd scenes, opened at The Vue Leicester Square in London, England, on Wednesday.

 The film, starring Nicolas Cage and John Cusack, is a movie version of Alaska's infamous "butcher/baker" Robert Hansen, convicted of killing several women in the 1980s. He was said to take them to remote locations, sometimes in his airplane, and hunt them down like game animals. 

 First reviews of the film look pretty good. Henry Fitzherbert in the Express calls it "a well crafted old-school thriller... tense, atmospheric and creepy." Josh Winning on the Total Film site says it's "handsomely lensed" but cliche-ridden. 

"Cage is also having an off-day, chasing after John Cusack’s lady-killer with all the urgency of a sleepy warthog," Winning writes. 

Tim Huddleston of Time Out London agrees the film has dull spots and breaks no new ground, frozen or otherwise, but says, "director Scott Walker holds things together proficiently, and there are enough twists to keep it rattling along."

Kim Newman of Empire Magazine also finds the movie fairly stock, but adds, "Still, there's plenty in this taut thriller for you to stick around for, not least the reuniting of the Con Air duo."

The movie will now hit screens in the UK, though the American release won't happen until Aug. 23. 



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And more! A family photo too. Nic is so supportive of his co-star, NICe!

http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/leisure/showbiz/10554930.Sizzling_launch_for_Frozen_Ground/

Sizzling launch for Frozen Ground

 

 

Weston Coppola Cage, Danielle Friedman, Natasha Coppola-Shalom, Alice Kim and Nicolas Cage arriving for the premiere of The Frozen Ground Weston Coppola Cage, Danielle Friedman, Natasha Coppola-Shalom, Alice Kim and Nicolas Cage arriving for the premiere of The Frozen Ground

 

Nicolas Cage and Vanessa Hudgens swapped freezing Alaska for sweltering Leicester Square at the world premiere of The Frozen Ground.

Wearing a nude and gold-sequinned Jenny Packham jumpsuit, Vanessa turned out to promote her leading role as a prostitute attacked by a serial killer in Alaska.

Nicholas plays the only cop prepared to take her story seriously in the true story about the killings and together the pair go on a hunt for Robert Hansen, played by John Cusack.

Former High School Musical star Vanessa, 24, performs a pole dance in a strip bar in her underwear during one scene.

She said: "It's always nerve-wracking but what you've got to do is just go for it. Me and the director didn't talk about it until right before it happened. It wasn't supposed to be glamorous or professional - my character takes a hit of something really strong right before she does it so it's meant to be clumsy and raw and it feels that way."

Nicholas, 49, said of his co-star: "People are going to be blown away by her performance in this movie. She's outstanding, I knew she would be when we were working together. This is a new Vanessa Hudgens that people haven't seen before and I think it's going to be great for her."

 



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