Nicolas Cage once filmed exclusive movies such as “The Rock”, “Con Air” and other action-packed special effects films. Lately, however, it seems he is taking any movie offer that comes his way. According to several other articles, Cage is in need of some serious bank account recovery and this may explain his odd choices in films. So why the sudden drop?
First of all, Nicolas Cage is notorious for dropping some serious cash on lavish items that most people would not think of purchasing. It has been reported that Cage once spent $276,000 on a sixty-seven million year old dinosaur skull. That is a pretty hefty amount for just one item. We want to know what you do with a dino skull? Nevertheless, this is not the most money he has spent on extravagant items.
Cage is well known for the many properties he owns. His real estate purchases span many different states such as California, Nevada, Louisiana and Rhode Island. Yachts, jets, sports cars and private islands also make Cage’s list of crazy purchases. And to top it all off, he’s purchased three castles, including the infamous German Castle, Schloss Neidstein. It’s a hard life.
With all of these absurd purchases, Cage is being forced to put several of his properties on the market. It is said that he had failed to pay $6 million to the IRS. Cage then fought back with a lawsuit against his ex-manager, Samuel Levin. Nicolas Cage stated that Levin led him “down a path of financial ruin.” With all of this financial ruin, we feel that Cage will eventually come out of this and retire with a good amount of cash backing him up. I mean 3 castles?!