‘Wonder Woman 1984’: Pedro Pascal reveals how Nicolas Cage inspired him

To build his villain in “Wonder Woman 1984”, star Pedro Pascal used one of his great inspirations in the field of theater. According to him, the veteran Nicolas Cage has become his point of reference in the development of his work.

The information was shared during an interview with the Uproxx portal. On occasion, he also briefly reflected on how Cage became an inspiration for building his scenes with the heroine Wonder Woman:

“Yes, I don’t identify with the exaggerations of Nicolas Cage’s performance. But at one point in the conversation I was talking about how he was such an incredible influence for me as an actor, which is true. And it’s so strong that I use it as a kind of point of reference to anchor myself and to be able to accomplish something in certain scenes, especially the ones that I play with Wonder Woman ”.

Warner Bros. posted on YouTube one of the tracks from the soundtrack to “Wonder Woman 1984”, composed by Oscar winner Hans Zimmer.

Recalling that the feature film has already debuted in national cinemas.

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A success among critics, the film opened with 89% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.

Criticism | ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is even more fantastic than the first movie

As an archaeologist, Diana, who works at the Smithsonian Museum, is a Wonder Woman with extraordinary superpowers and perhaps the strongest heroine in the world. In 1984, Wonder Woman faces frightening mortal danger in the face of a huge conspiracy from businessman Max, who sings loudly to satisfy people’s desires, and a mysterious foe, the Leopard Woman. Will Wonder Woman be able to stop the world from collapsing on her own?

The cast also includes Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal.

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