What are the classic hallmarks of a Nicholas Cage movie? 1) It combines time travel and screaming, and 2) The actors are paid. Until 'Source Code' there has never been a movie that fit that description that Nicholas Cage wasn't in.
So that was the issue that Cage, played with the appropriate mix of abrupt rage and disconcerting mellowness by Andy Samberg, attempted to get to the bottom of on Weekend Update's "Get In The Cage." The segment featured a surprise cameo with "Source Code" star Jake Gyllenhaal, who learned that he lacked the key quality of being a film star: "a hairline that's constantly moving up and down your skull." Advantage: Cage.