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This week, Cage stars in David Gordon Green's "Joe," as a hot-tempered, but protective ex-con in a role that has critics raving about the actor's restrained performance. Salinger to his questionable dinosaur skull purchase, here are things you probably don't know about Nicolas Cage. Born Nicolas Coppola, the actor chose Cage as his stage name to honor comic book superhero Luke Cage. Inspired by Superman's birth name, he christened his (now 8-year-old) son Kal-El. Cage's father, the late August Coppola, worked as a comparative literature professor at Cal State Long Beach and served as a trustee of the California state university system. In 2001, Cage received an honorary doctorate from Cal State Fullerton. Cage filed suit against Kathleen Turner, his co-star in the 1986 film "Peggy Sue Got Married," after she wrote in her 2008 tell-all that he'd once stolen a Chihuahua. Jim Carrey, who had a small role in "Peggy Sue Got Married" as one of Cage's high-school pals, has been quoted as saying that Cage has "elephant balls." 13.Whether or not you're a fan of the intense star, there's no denying he's a cinematic force to be reckoned with. Cage ate a live cockroach for his role in 1989's "Vampire's Kiss" -- although, allegedly, the film's director only wanted him to down a raw egg. When Cage met first wife Patricia Arquette in 1987, he declared, "I love you and I'm going to marry you." 15. It still took eight years for Cage to convince Arquette to marry him, which they finally did in 1995.Cage, one of Hollywood's highest-paid movie stars, sued Levin in October, charging that he "lined his pockets with several million dollars in business management fees while sending Cage down a path toward financial ruin." "Cage discovered that he is now forced to sell major assets and investments at a significant loss and is faced with huge tax liabilities because of Levin's incompetence, misrepresentations and recklessness," Cage's lawsuit said.He asked the Los Angeles Superior Court for million in damages from Levin.In recent years batteries have changed out of all recognition. Today the cells are components in battery systems, incorporating electronics and software, power management and control systems, monitoring and protection circuits, communications interfaces and thermal management. Mesopotamia, incorporating Sumer, Babylonia and Assyria, known in the West as the Cradle of Civilisation was located between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers (The name means "land between the rivers") in the so called Fertile Crescent stretching from the current Gulf of Iran up to modern day Turkey. the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia developed the World's first written language.

Not by Nicolas Cage, whom she met when she was 18, who proposed the same day, and whom she eventually married at 27.Cage was appointed a goodwill ambassador for the U. Purportedly, Cage, who married Lisa Marie Presley in 2002 (they divorced in 2004), is the only person outside the immediate Presley family to have ever been inside Elvis Presley's Graceland bedroom. Cage's middle name, Kim, is also third wife Alice's surname. Nicolas Kim Coppola met Alice Kim in 2004 when she was his waitress at Le Privé, a Korean nightclub in Los Angeles (which has since closed). Weston's mother is Christina Fulton, a sometime-actress who had a part in Cage's 1998 flick "Snake Eyes." 36. Cage is still fond of reptiles and even asked to hold a venomous snake on the set of the movie "Joe" (2013) to "relax" him. When a six-bedroom Las Vegas mansion that Cage owned went into foreclosure in late 2009 and was later sold at auction, numerous news outlets covered the events with the headline "Nicolas Cage Leaving Las Vegas," or something very similar. In addition to his well-documented predilection for house- and castle-buying, Cage bought a nine-foot-tall, pyramid-shaped tomb in a New Orleans cemetery last year. In 2013, it was reported that the fossil was stolen and smuggled to the U. In it, he yells such inanities as "I'll die in the name of honor! His intensity and uniqueness has garnered a legion of loyal fans, some of whom made this amazing Nic Cage compilation. In 2012, a young woman accidentally attached a wacky photo of Cage to an email instead of her resume. The club was known for "booking," a "K-club" practice in which young women are brought over to men's tables for on-the-spot dates. He bought a Bahamanian island in 2006, near the one owned by Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw. When filming "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans" in the Big Easy, he bought a two-headed snake for protection. It is assumed this will be his final resting place. In 2009, film critic Roger Ebert wrote, "Cage has two speeds: intense and intenser." 41. -- actors of his generation, Nicolas Cage got his start in 1982's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" in a part so small if you blink you'd miss it.Then, after changing his name from Coppola to Cage, the actor's career took off and he's been a leading man ever since. Cage has two older brothers, Marc and Christopher Coppola, both of whom have worked in the film biz. Through his father, Cage is also related to director Francis Ford Coppola (uncle), actress Talia Shire (aunt), director Sofia Coppola (cousin), actor Jason Schwartzman (cousin), and actor/musician Robert Schwartzman (cousin). Cage's first movie role was as a cook in 1982's 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High' (as seen in the background behind Judge Reinhold in the clip below). His job after that was selling popcorn at a movie theater. In 1983, he made a name for himself with the cult comedy "Valley Girl" and uncle Francis Ford Coppola's "Rumble Fish" and never looked back. A proponent of Method acting, Cage had two of his teeth surgically removed for his role in 1984's "Birdy." 11."Levin repeatedly warned Coppola that he was living beyond his means, urged him to spend less, and warned him that financial disaster loomed if he continued to spend uncontrollably," Levin's filing said.