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Back in 1998, Tim Burton was set to direct a brand new Superman movie, called "Superman Lives." Nicolas Cage was attached to star, Kevin Smith wrote the script, and Warner Bros threw millions of dollars at the project before killing it due to budget concerns. Now while promoting "The Croods," Nicolas Cage spoke about the film stating he was excited to make the movie, but is also happy that it didn't get made. "I do think that I had the win-win situation, because that character is such a bullseye that you have to hit," he said. "He's one of the most precious icons of our country." Cage continued: "The fact that Tim and I were pretty far down the road designing ['Superman Lives'], and I know that with Tim and where I was going to go, we would have done something really special." And even though the film never got made, Cage is »

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