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Nicolas Cage and Virgin Comics Team Up

Nicolas CageVirgin Comics, Richard Branson's publishing company, is adapting "The Sadhu" for the bigscreen as a starring vehicle for Nicolas Cage, according to Variety.

The script will be written by well-known spiritual author and Virgin Comics co-founder Deepak Chopra.

Chopra's son, Gotham, who is also chief creative officer of Virgin Comics, created and wrote "The Sadhu." The story combines action with mythology from India. Cage will play James Jenson, a soldier who travels to India during colonial times and becomes a spiritual warrior.

Cage, a bigtime comics fan, also stars in next year's Marvel Comics adaptation "Ghost Rider" for Columbia Pictures. -- Shannon Nolley

Posted by Shannon on November 15, 2006 10:18 PM
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-- Posted by: Frank Akrofi at January 1, 2007 1:13 PM

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