The third installment of the “National Treasure” film series is in the works, almost 13 years after the sequel was released, as per new reports.
The activity flick will observe leading man Nicolas Cage, 56, returns to his old methods for discovering clues, cracking codes and perhaps taking the nation’s most significant documents as the franchise’s protagonist Ben Gates. Be that as it may, when come to by The Post, Cage’s operator couldn’t affirm his involvement in the film.
Author Chris Bremmer, who wrote “Bad Boys for Life” (released Friday), has been tapped to compose the script for Disney, while individual “Bad Boys” alum Jerry Bruckheimer was picked to produce, the Hollywood Reporter declared.
The first “National Treasure” film, released in 2004, was met with scorching reviews and scored an immaterial 46% on Rotten Tomatoes. Be that as it may, adoring Cage fans couldn’t get enough of his archaeologist character’s bold antics and the notorious line “I’m gonna steal the Declaration of Independence.”
The now-cult most loved movie’s plot follows Cage as he scans for a supposed fortune that he finds is connected to the historic document, yet should race an opponent to catch it.
The franchise’s sequel “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” (2007), was met with similarly the same number of snubs from pundits, landing it a considerably more dismal 36% on Rotten Tomatoes (yet an audience score of 67%).
Be that as it may, Cage is no stranger to playing zany protagonists in box-office flops. Truth be told, for genuine Cage fans, his close to failure to disapprove of a project is part of his appeal (“Ghost Rider,” anybody?).
Disney perceives fans’ Cage mania and is jumping on the chance to pull in a group with the recovery of this adventure chiller.
Bremmer was likewise tapped to compose a fourth “Bad Boys,” the activity franchise featuring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Even though it stays indistinct what the third “National Treasure” will have coming up, or when it will be released, everyone can only hope Bremmer has a treasure trove of one-liners to dole out to Cage.
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