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For any copyright, please send me a message. If you happen to be in Las Vegas Thursday night, and see a six-foot-tall Kid Flash strolling the strip, it may be Nicolas Cage—enigmatic Oscar winner and professed lover of Halloween. “I’m going full blast,” Cage told Vanity Fair Thursday afternoon about plans for his high holiday—which coincided with a phone interview about the actor’s forthcoming thriller Primal, available in theaters and VOD November 8. “I love Halloween—always have…. It’s really the actors holiday—the holiday that encourages transformation.” It’s also the holiday that encourages costumes for children and adults alike. And for an actor who has spent the past four decades as a recognizable public figure, the holiday that allows several magical hours’ worth of anonymity. Earlier this year, during another holiday weekend, Cage was trying to blow off steam by visiting a karaoke bar. An unapologetically authentic celebrity in a sea of publicist-constrained personalities and social media accounts, Cage thought he could safely perform a “Purple Rain” tribute to Prince. After all, there was a “no videotaping” sign at the establishment. And karaoke-bar patrons (usually) implicitly understand the unspoken creed to respect and honor their fellow nonprofessional singing patrons who have elected to be vulnerable before them, strangers. Even so, grainy video of the raw performance leaked online—and Cage has spoken of his disappointment about the video leaking in a frank New York Times Magazine interview. But Halloween still gives Cage hope. “It’s the only holiday where you can safely, hopefully, meet people who are total strangers and have [an authentic] exchange. That gives a sense of community,” Cage said. “I’m going to take my ex-wife and my son out to dinner and we’ll celebrate. My son’s getting a little old for trick-or-treating,” Cage said of 14-year-old Kal-El, “but I encourage him to still embrace the holiday and find something cool to wear.... I’m going to be Kid Flash—one of the lesser-known DC characters—but with a full beard, which is kind of ironic. But it will work for the holiday.” In Primal, a feature from director Nick Powell, Cage suits up as cynical, cigar-smoking adventurer—who, in the opening minutes of the film, captures an elusive jaguar to transport back to the mainland for handsome payment. The film chronicles Cage’s adventurer Frank as he and the caged jaguar board a ship, which also happens to be transporting a political assassin. “After the assassin breaks free—and then frees the jaguar,” the production notes read, “Frank feverishly stalks the ship’s cramped corridors in hot pursuit of his prey, right up until the thrilling, unpredictable climax.” Cage confessed that he had not yet see