Nicolas Cage is determined to produce a big screen version of She-Hulk with his "Ghost Rider" costar Eva Mendes being envisioned to play the character.
Apparently just starring in a superhero movie is not enough for Nicolas Cage. According to Sci-Fi Wire, the Oscar-winning actor is now aiming to bring one to the big screen on his own by producing a flick about She-Hulk, the cousin of Bruce Banner, The Hulk's alter ego.
"I'm working on it," Cage revealed. "I am serious about She-Hulk, and I think it should be done. ... I'm trying to put that together. I'm talking to Avi [Arad, former Marvel Studios honcho]."
What's more, the guy even has already had in mind on who will be tipped to play the character, none other than his "Ghost Rider" leading lady Eva Mendes.
"Can't you see her as the She-Hulk? I think she'd be great," he opined, stating it would be awesome to see her "in a bikini kicking a lot of ass, throwing cars."