During the “Renfield” premiere in New York Friday night, Nicolas Cage, 59, and his fifth wife, Riko Shibata, 29, made a strong fashion statement by dressing alike in animal prints. The Hollywood actor, who portrays Count Dracula in the horror comedy, wore a shimmering black suit jacket with black-and-white tiger-striped trousers to the occasion and looked properly goth.
He completed his ensemble with a pair of pointed black boots and a solid black dress shirt underneath.
Shibata, meanwhile, matched her outfit with that of her husband, donning a sheer bodice with beaded black tiger stripes and a one-shouldered black dress with a velvet waistline. The new mother, who welcomed her first child with Cage in September, rocked a bright red lip and had her hair down straight.
She accessorized with a straightforward chain necklace and carried a handbag with a black crocodile pattern like her other animal print.
The most love and follow at the time than not with shibate in 2021 have a never they had relationship of 2 years as them met in 2019 why shooting a movie ‘Prisoners of the ghostland’ in Japan,
As we all know and mentioned earlier this is that actors fifth marriage, while talking to the news agencies he smiled and said he thinks Shibata is finally the one.
“I KNOW FIVE IS ALOT BUT I THINK I GIT IT RIGHT THIS TIME”
All the fellow actors and fans supported Nicolas cage and all his decisions made throughout his life and is always supported by people around him.
Age difference of the actor and his wife shabata is more than 30 years as his wife is 27 years old which makes which makes it more then 30 years. Cage eldest son is 32 years old name Wedson
which makes his mom 5 years younger to him.
The couple was unknown to each other as they were busy in their personal activities but they had a few mutual friends which made the road for the couple to meet personally.
And who knows what was coming ahead, They finally ended in getting married to each other.
Quien no recuerda a este excelente actor que nos hizo vibrar con sus fantásticas películas.
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