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Nic Cage Must Hand Back Dinosaur Skull

What do you do after appearing in Michael Bay and John Woo movies, starring opposite John Travolta and Sean Connery?  Obviously, you buy a T-Rex skull with the untold millions they have given you.  That’s what Nicolas Cage did.  Isn’t that what anyone would do?

For the dinosaur head, Nicolas Cage paid $275,000.  But now a lawsuit has been filed and Cage must forfeit the skull to a New York attorney for repatriation back to Mongolia.

It must have been nice while it lasted.  To make things all the sweeter, Cage had an auction showdown with Leonardo DiCaprio, who was defeated by Cage in the bidding process.  Whether DiCaprio was there to see Cage’s victory salute, or even if either were there at all, cannot be verified.

For what it’s worse, Cage did not know that the skull had been stolen.  Or so they say.


  1. jim

    December 22, 2015 at 6:30 pm

    Very rich people are strange.

    • Mucho Macho

      December 22, 2015 at 7:50 pm

      Reminds me of a line in 1989’s “Batman” when a character was talking about Bruce Wayne’s weird collection
      “The rich. You know why they’re so odd?
      Cause they can afford to be”

      • jim

        December 22, 2015 at 8:19 pm

        Actually it’s only “strange” or “odd” when you’re poor. When you’re rich it’s “eccentric”…or “unorthodox?”…”Original?”

        • Mucho Macho

          December 22, 2015 at 8:45 pm

          I have never been call eccentric or unorthodox… but I would love to be called that one day😁

  2. Mucho Macho

    December 22, 2015 at 7:53 pm

    I bet Nic Cage used to bring hot but not so bright women back to his place and he will tell them that he actually hunted that thing.
    I’m not hating.. I would have done the exact same thing

  3. Mucho Macho

    December 22, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    Sensei Seagal & Nicolas Cage should do a movie together.
    The possibilities are endless

  4. Mainline DnB

    December 23, 2015 at 2:06 am

    This is the most elaborate marketing strategy for a National Treasure sequel ever.