Wearing two-piece black suit, the 'Ghost Rider' actor hits the red carpet of his latest thriller's special screening at the Toronto International Film Festival joined by director Joel Schumacher.
Nicolas Cage looked dapper when he arrived at the premiere of "Trespass" on Wednesday night, September 14. The actor who plays Kyle Johnson in the Joel Schumacher-directed movie donned black suit with a matching tie for the special screening event that took place at the 36th Annual Toronto International Film Festival.
Upon his arrival on the red carpet at the Roy Thomson Hall, Cage was joined by Schumacher. The 72-year-old director also oozed masculinity in a traditional two-piece suit. Unlike Cage though, he opted not to wear a tie. Along with his star, the filmmaker struck a pose for the cameramen and signed autographs for the fans.
Written by Karl Gajdusek, "Trespass" follows a couple who are taken hostage by extortionists, while a cycle of betrayal and deception emerges in the pressured conditions. It sees Cage starring opposite Nicole Kidman, who takes on the role of his on-screen wife Sarah, with Jordana Spiro, Cam Gigandet and Ben Mendelsohn among the cast ensemble.
During a recent press conference for the movie, Cage shared his real life home invasion, recalling the moment he found a naked man wearing his leather jacket and eating a Fudgesicle in front of his bed. "I know it sounds funny, but it was horrifying," so the 47-year-old actor told reporters at the time.
"Trespass" is slated for a limited release in the United States on October 14.