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For just about as long as the Emmys have been around, the Television Academy has had a history of giving statuettes out to movie stars. They just love, love, love giving Emmys out to any A-listers or even B-listers who deigned to grace the small screen -- and their humble little awards ceremony -- with their presence.
We at Indiewire know exactly what's missing in your life: a Nicolas Cage activity book.
So fear not, Cage-ians. The UK press company Haunt Me Studios is coming out with an adult-centric activity book centered around our favorite Coppola progeny. "Snake Eyes," as the book is titled, is 30 pages of bizarre puzzles, illustrations and games based on one of the weirdest dudes of cinema.
Earlier this year we experienced "The Rover," a futuristic crime thriller with Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce. Now, with "Son of a Gun," we're back down under, this time looking at the relationship between a 19-year-old and Australia's most wanted criminal.
"Son of a Gun" follows JR ("The Giver's" Brenton Thwaites) who, after getting imprisoned for a small crime, forms an alliance with Brendan (Ewan McGregor), a man who happens to be the most dangerous man in Australia.