Academy award-winning actor Nicolas Cage said he admired Cappadocia, one of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations, where he was onsite for the filming of his new movie, “Ghost Rider 2.”
The famous actor walked to his car through the valley following filming at the Zelve Open-air Museum. Cage seemed exhausted and was covered in sweat and dust. Responding to a reporter’s question, Cage said that he liked Cappadocia. He later headed to the hotel where he has been staying with his wife and child. The shooting of the movie ends today.
The Zelve Open-air Museum has been closed to the public during filming.
Cage won an as Oscar in 1995 for Best Actor in a Leading Role for the movie “Leaving Las Vegas.” He was later nominated for the same award in 2002 fir “Adaptation.” The 47-year-old actor is known for movies such as “Face/Off,” “Con Air,” “City of Angels” and “Lord of War.”