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Ghost Rider 2 Is Confirmed

Ghost Rider 2 Is Confirmed Looks like you don't have a choice, they are going to be making a Ghost Rider 2 starring Nicolas Cage is going to be made, and it's been confirmed that Crank directors Neveldine and Taylor will direct the film. The confirmation came from Nic Cage himself on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He told ferguson that "there's gonna be a new one," and that he "just made the deal today." I didn't think the first film was that bad but definitely not great by any means. Neveldine and Taylor are the guys behind the high impact films Crank and Crank 2. The sequel to the film is tentatively called Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance . Please Leave A Comment-

Ghost Rider 2: Spirt Of Vengeance Update

GHOST RIDER 2: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE Update. As you can tell by looking over his resume, De Luca has produced over 50 films and he’s got tons of projects in development. While I’ll be posting updates on Metal Gear Solid, Butter, Fright Night, Dracula Year Zero and tons of other things in the coming days, tonight is all about Ghost Rider 2. For those who don’t know, the sequel to Ghost Rider is moving ahead full steam with a script by David Goyer. According to De Luca, “We have an outline that David wrote that kind of adapts his 2001 script into today’s times with incorporating kind of an original idea of Nic’s.” We talked about whether or not Mark Steven Johnson will be back directing and if Eva Mendes would return as Roxanne Simpson. Oh, and he told me the tentative title is Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. So much more after the jump: Here’s the thing, if you’re a fan of Ghost Rider, the interview you’re about to read should make you extremely excited for a sequel. Everything De L

Ghost Rider 2 Going To Be A Sequel

Ghost Rider 2 Going To Be A Sequel Not A Reboot David Goyer ("Batman Begins") is toning down a script he wrote for a friendlier PG rating tone. Goyer tells MTV News: "It's not exactly a reboot," said Goyer, who's currently hard at work on his "FlashForward" television series. "I hate to say it's more realistic, because he's got a flaming skull for a head, but it's a bit more stripped down and darker. It's definitely changing tone. What 'Casino Royale' was to the Bond movies, hopefully this will be to 'Ghost Rider.'" The "Ghost Rider" sequel is planned to "roll before cameras next year," according to Goyer, who also said that Nicolas Cage is currently still attached to the lead role of Johnny Blaze. "This story picks up eight years after the first film," said Goyer. "You don't have to have seen the first film. It doesn't contradict anything that happened in the firs