Do you have anecdotes about your time filming National Treasure?
SEAN BEAN: There was one where I went back to Nic Cage’s house, and we’d had a few drinks, we were playing pool and he accidentally knocked over his prehistoric cave bear skull and smashed it. And he was really upset about it, and the next day went and buried it in a field. (via Reddit AMA)
#5. The Death of Superman Lives: A Documentary About the Most Hilarious Cinematic Near-Miss
Filmmaker Jon Schnepp created a full-length documentary recounting the entire $190 million debacle called The Death of Superman Lives, which features interviews with Smith, Burton, Cage, and other people who were aboard this cinematic Hindenburg before it went down in flames.
Several Internet eons ago (in 2011), a man emerged from the depths of the abyss bringing secret, dangerous knowledge: The entity we know as “Nicolas Cage” is immortal, and quite possibly a vampire. A few years earlier, we had already found out that another popular person we have come to call “Keanu Reeves” is equally ageless, having lived throughout the ages under various guises that include the French silent-film actor Paul Mounet and the legendary 9th-century emperor Charlemagne.