In a totally normal and not at all weird turn of events, Nicolas Cage gatecrashed a film festival held in his honour, taking to the stage to recite some classic literature, before sitting down to watch 12 hours of his own vintage film roles.
Now in its fourth year, the CAGED movie marathon, held in Austin, Texas, welcomed a very, very special guest to its most recent event in the form of the Oscar-winning cult hero; who kicked off proceedings with a 10 minute rendition of Edgar Allen Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart, which he said had a massive influence on his work and his childhood.
"I used to read when I was a child and it gave me all kinds of nightmares," he explained.
"I think I was trying to make movies on some level to get to the feelings of some of the more manic performances."
Yes, it's as good as you'd expect.
After sitting through a selection of five films (all selected by the man himself), which ran as a 12-hour marathon, Cage then delivered a 47-minute long Q&A session to his enraptured public, while there was even a marriage proposal amongst the crowd.
Not all heroes wear capes; sometimes they wear brown leather jackets.