Nic Cage's spectacular path of destruction expanded beyond his career last night, nearly costing two innocent bystanders their lives. Around 1 a.m., a car chase through Times Square for Cage's movie The Sorcerer'’s Apprentice became uncomfortably realistic when the driver of one of the vehicles, a black Ferrari, lost control and skidded off Seventh Avenue. One tourist from England told the Post he saw the Ferrari "taking out a lamppost and a news stand. One lady was knocked to the ground and a lamppost landed directly on top of a chap." It quickly crashed to a halt at the Sbarro, as this video shows:

The AP reports

that two people were rushed to a hospital, and police say their injuries are not life threatening. First this accursed star vehicle ravages Chinatown, now this. Well, at least the finished product will be a cinematic masterpiece worth all the trouble.