One of the Hollywood’s favorite stars Nicolas Cage is still spending a lot, despite his recent money woes. And now we know what Nicolas Cage did with the $310,000 he got last year for selling a rare 1931 Dracula poster — he used at least some of it to buy a final resting place.
The actor has recently purchased a pyramid-shaped tomb to serve as his final resting place, entertainment website TMZ reports. Cage had the nine-foot crypt erected in a New Orleans cemetery. The grave resembles the pyramid symbol that appeared on the poster for Cage’s 2004 adventure movie “National Treasure.”
Cage is suing his former business manager, whom he claims drove him down a road to financial ruin.
Last week, the actor lost two adjacent Malibu, California, properties and his Bel Air home to the bank. He lost two New Orleans houses to foreclosure in November, and his Las Vegas mansion was sold at auction in January.