Meme icons: Nicholas Cage
What are the funniest Nicholas Cage memes? How do you make custom Nik Cage GIF memes? Why are Nicholas Cage memes so deeply, profoundly iconic, and can we mere meme mortals ever hope to be as wildly expressive in our own lives?
There are iconic actors, and then there is Nicholas Cage. The nephew of legendary director Francis Ford Coppola – so kind of a nepo baby, maybe, whatever who’s counting – has starred in countless huge movies and earned a unique place in our hearts.
And a unique place at the heart of meme culture. What’s up with that?
Today we’ll be exploring why Nicholas Cage memes are so special, why he in particular stands astride internet culture like a colossus, and revealing how to make your own bespoke Nicholas Cage memes with a little help from the awesome team at Memix. Let’s go buddy!
NICHOLAS CAGE EXPRESSIONS
One of the main reasons Nicolas Cage is a meme goldmine is his ridiculously expressive face. Whether it’s that loopy bug-eyed stare, the manic grin, or his generally bewildered expression most times you see him out and about IRL, Cage’s range is unrivalled.
Memes, you see, often rely on capturing an emotion or reaction in a single image, and Cage’s lends itself splendidly to this purpose. His ability to convey a dizzying spectrum of emotions has made him a versatile, reliable subject for meme creators, allowing them to tap into various comedic roles and general wackiness.
NICHOLAS CAGE FILM MEMES
It’s not just his innate memeabillity. By accident or design Nicholas Cage has been cast in some strikingly memorable roles – movies that by their offbeat nature make them stick out in the mind.
His filmography is an oddball mix of critically acclaimed performances, box office successes, and eccentric picks that defy conventional norms. There’s action-packed blockbusters like “Con Air” and John Woo’s unforgettable “Face/Off”, opposite John bloody Travolta.
Then critically acclaimed works like “Leaving Las Vegas” and “Adaptation,” Cage has explored a wide range of genres and characters. What does that men? Hilarious juxtapositions allowing creative reinterpretations of his characters, perfect fodder for dank Nicholas Cage memes.
NICHOLAS CAGE CRAZY FACTS
The really outstanding thing about Nicholas Cage’s states as meme god is that it’s not just his day job that makes him cool. He’s just as outlandish in his real life.
Did you know, for instance, that in 2010 Nick Cage acquired a nine-foot pyramid in a New Orleans cemetery – truly a monumental flex.
Or that he’s been married five times – including to Elvis Presley’s daughter, no less, for three months. A still-briefer union with make-up artist Erika Koike lasted four days.
Or that he once bought a rare two-headed snake – named Harvey Dent – for $80,000. Apparently its heads squabbled at mealtimes.
NICHOLAS CAGE SUPERMAN
Hey, word on the street is Nicholas Cage is about to play Superman, in The Flash, which is a multiverse movie. He was meant to play the Man Of Steel 25 years ago, in a tragically-canned Tim Burton project called ‘Superman Lives’
Anywho, he’s got the look, and the weird alien vibe, can’t wait to see that getting put together. And the memes! By thunder the memes will be something to tell your grandchildren about.
What will the killer Superman/Nik Cage line be? For Cage always delivers at least one unstoppably memeable line from each film. Take “Not the bees!” from “The Wicker Man” or “You don’t say?” from “The Vampire’s Kiss” – totes iconic in their own right, spawning countless remixes, parodies, and reaction GIFS.
Hey, bonus fun fact did you know Nicholas Cage named his kid after Superman? “Kal-El” is Superman’s canon name. Cage’s son, with the same name, born 2005, has already acted, playing, confusingly, Bruce Wayne.
Choose from an array of suitable templates and input your own cheesy, or otherwise unforgettable line, and let Nik Cage light up the group chat on your behalf. You’re welcome!
While we’re here, does anybody know IS IT PRONOUNCED GIF OR JIF?