A script, written by, Reno 911 creators, Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon has just been sold to major Hollywood studio, Lionsgate. Based on the real-life theft of Nicolas Cage’s rare and pricy, 1938 Action Comics #1, which was famous for marking the debut of Superman. Cage, being a HUGE Superman geek, basically lost his shit right away and has never been the same since. The comic turned up 11 years later, in 2011, inside an auctioned storage locker, located in the San Fernando Valley. The investigation is still ongoing and Cage hopes to be reunited with the long lost family heirloom, as he likes to call it.

The script, focuses on a group of nerds who set out to steal Cage’s Actions Comics No.1 issue worth $1.5 Million. It’s still early days, but it would be sweet if the actual ragin’ Cagin’ could play himself in the movie. Stay tuned…

It seems like Nic Cage needs to step up on the home security front, as just last year he had another intruder break into his home. While promoting his film Trespass, in Toronto, Cage recalled the night of the incident to reporters…

“It was two in the morning. I was living in Orange County at the time and was asleep with my wife. My two-year old at the time was in another room. I opened my eyes and there was a naked man wearing my leather jacket eating a Fudgesicle in front of my bed,”

“I know it sounds funny … but it was horrifying.”

Luckily Cage handled the situation LIKE A BOSS, and talked the intruder out the front door, where police apprehended him. Cage never pressed charges as the man turned out to be mentally handicapped.


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