Nicolas Cage is: "Sadhu, Spiritual Leader"

by | November 15, 2006 | Comments

Nicolas Cage looks to be starring in yet another comic book adaptation — but not the sort you’d be expecting. He may be suiting up to play "Sadhu," a spiritual leader based on Indian legend.

From Variety: "Virgin Comics, the publishing company bankrolled by Richard Branson, is adapting "The Sadhu" for the bigscreen as a starring vehicle for Nicolas Cage.

The script will be written by spiritual author and Virgin Comics co-founder Deepak Chopra.

"The Sadhu," created and written by Chopra’s son, Gotham, chief creative officer of Virgin Comics, melds action with mythology from India. Cage will play James Jenson, a soldier who travels to India during colonial times and becomes a spiritual warrior."

Anyone out there ever read this comic book?

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