I can barely contain my disappointment. I don't mean to jade any of the Comic Vine readers, but I can barely repress my emotions any longer. Is this article melo-dramatic enough yet for you? Not too long ago we had reported that Seth Rogen's latest project that is scheduled for release next summer lost it's sidekick Stephen Chow, who was set to play the role of Kato in 'The Green Hornet' film. We also reported previously that Cameron Diaz was set to play the role of the love interest to Seth Rogen's Green Hornet. Variety confirmed this news yesterday indicating that she is presently negotiating for the role of reporter/love interest. So we have a hero and we have the damsel that will be in distress, so who's the bad guy? I think every film he has really ever been in, Nicolas Cage has played the hero. Okay this article might be more slanted than others I may have written, but I really can not see Nicholas Cage playing a villain! To be honest, I feel like the last really great role we saw him in was ' Moonstruck' with Cher (that was a joke, by the way.) As I lay in my bed this morning with my laptop in my lap and ' Saved By The Bell' reruns playing in the background, I close my eyes and attempt to envision a role in which Nicholas Cage has played where he was not the protagonist, or the hero in the story. I came up with zero. ' Con Air,' he was the good guy, a reformed ex-con finds himself on a prisoner transport plane where the passengers seize control, and ' Face/Off' doesn't really count since he played both the protagonist and antagonist in the film, right? My point is, I have not really seen Nicolas Cage play the role of a convincing villain character, yet apparently this is exactly what he will be doing in the upcoming ' Green Hornet' film. According to the report from Variety, Cage is in talks with Rogen and the film's producers to play the role of the "gangster villain" in ' The Green Hornet.' What do you guys think? Are you as nervous as I am at the direction in which this film is moving?