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Nicolas Cage and his wife coordinate in tiger stripes at ‘Renfield’ premiere

These wild red carpet outfits can’t be caged.

Nicolas Cage, 59 and his fifth wife, Riko Shibata, 29, made a bold style statement as they matched in black animal prints last night at the New York premiere of his latest movie, “Renfield.”

The Hollywood star, who plays Count Dracula in the horror comedy, looked appropriately goth for the event in a shimmery black leather suit jacket teamed with black-and-white tiger-striped trousers.

He wore a solid black dress shirt underneath, adding a pair of pointy black boots to his look.

Meanwhile, Shibata coordinated with her husband in a one-shouldered black dress featuring a velvet waistband and a sheer bodice with beaded black tiger stripes.

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The new mom — who gave birth to her first child with Cage in September — wore her hair down in a straight style and sported a bold red lip.

She carried another animal print in the form of a black croc-embossed handbag, accessorizing with a simple chain necklace.

The couple was joined by Cage’s co-star Nicholas Hoult, 33, with “The Great” star rocking a head-to-toe cream look.

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The “National Treasure” actor married Shibata in 2021 after meeting her in 2019 while filming “Prisoners of the Ghostland” in Japan.

While this is the Golden Globe winner’s fifth marriage — following relationships with Patricia Arquette, Lisa Marie Presley, Alice Kim and Erika Koike – Cage told the Los Angeles Times he thinks Shibata is finally the one.

 “I know five is a lot, but I think I got it right this time,” he shared with the newspaper.