Nicolas Cage wants to make a Blumhouse Productions horror movie.

Jason Blum's studio - which has made low-budget, well-received thrillers like 'Get Out', 'Insidious' and 'The Purge' - would love to bring the 54-year-old actor on board for a future film, and he's more than up for the challenge.

Asked if there'd been contact between both parties, he told Forbes' Simon Thompson: ''No but, well, why not? He's certainly touched a nerve, and he's having great success.

''I work with anyone who is enthusiastic and has an understanding of what they'd like to do with whatever my instrument can offer them. I certainly would not hesitate. I think what he's doing is a great concept and the results back that up.''

In a separate interview with Forbes, Blum was told about Cage's desire to work with his company, and suggested he would be delighted to figure out a collaboration between the pair.

He said: ''I had no idea that Nicolas Cage wants to work with Blumhouse, I'm a huge fan of his, and I love that he's a huge fan of ours. Seriously, I'd love to have him in a Blumhouse movie; he'd be great.''

Blum, 49, even suggested a potential role for the star, and revealed he would be looking into the possibility of making it a reality.

He added: ''I see him as perhaps a very concerned father of a teenage boy who has had something terrible happen to them. It would be amazing. I'm going to have to figure that out.''

The full interviews with Nicolas Cage and Jason Blum can be read at and