Empire has premiered the first stills from Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor’s follow-up to the 2007 film. “It’s not a sequel,” Neveldine insists. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance opens Feb. 17, 2012.
Several major studios reportedly won’t have a presence at Comic-Con International in July, at least in part because big-budget promotions at last year’s convention for Sucker Punch, TRON: Legacy and Scott Pilgrim didn’t pay off at the box office.
The two Columbia Pictures superhero movies, which debut next year, will have a presence at this year’s Comic-Con International, held July 21-24 in San Diego. The promotional push for The Amazing Spider-Man includes a “Face of the Fan” contest.
Brian Taylor, who’s directing Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance with his Crank collaborator Mark Neveldine, explains why they “re-engineered” the character’s origins for the 2012 sequel.
Don’t be surprised if you see the guardian of Asgard’s rainbow bridge show up in the follow-up to 2007’s Ghost Rider movie – but it doesn’t mean that the movie ties in with Marvel’s Avengers continuity… Just that actor Idris Elba has an active agent.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the Columbia Pictures sequel to the 2007 Nicolas Cage superhero movie, reportedly will be released in 3-D on Feb. 17, 2012. Directed by the Crank team of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, the film is shooting in Romania.
An Italian website claims to have seen a draft of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the sequel to the widely panned 2007 comic-book adaptation that went on to gross almost $230 million worldwide. Warning: Potential spoilers!
Nicolas Cage confirmed last night on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson that he’ll reprise his role as Johnny Blaze in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the sequel to Columbia’s 2007 comic-book adaptation. The Crank team of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor will direct.
Actor Nicolas Cage and Crank directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor are in early negotiations for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the follow-up to Columbia Pictures’ 2007 comic-book adaptation. The studio has to move the film into production to keep the rights from reverting to Marvel.