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szdaily -> Entertainment
Nicolas Cage fighting corn snack
    2017-October-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

NICOLAS CAGE has made a few questionable career moves for money, but he has drawn the line at being the face of a snack food. Photos of a Deluxe Umaibo Nicolastick bearing Cage’s image from the critically panned “Army of One” made their way around the Internet in early October.

On Oct. 11, FilmNation, international distributor of the Larry Charles-directed movie about one man’s hunt for Osama bin Laden, issued a statement repudiating suggestions that the star endorsed the corn-flavored snack, which was intended to be distributed to advanced ticket buyers. The film opens Dec. 12 in Japan.

“We were really surprised to hear this was being reported around the world. It wasn’t that our company or Riska, the manufacturer, just decided to make them. We were asked to do it by the film distribution company,” a spokesperson for Tokyo-based Yaokin, the Umaibo’s sales company, said. “We’ve done them for loads of films in the past, all the way back to a Sylvester Stallone one for ‘Rambo,’ with no problems.” (SD-Agencies)

 

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