Marvel Interview - Directing 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance'

Calling Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor's directing style "unique" would be an understatement. The duo, who have previously helmed both "Crank" films, literally risk their lives when shooting a movie. For "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance," out February 17, 2012, they did everything from riding behind a motorcycle on roller skates with camera in hand to swinging on bungee cords to get the shots they wanted.

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alycakes3733d ago

I don't know how it will look at the end but I don't think I'll be disappointed. I was one of the few that loved Ghost Rider. I'm glad they're going to do the darker side of him more like the comic and I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out.

I like Cage and sometimes feel like he just doesn't get all the credit he deserves.

Grandclover3732d ago

Did'nt even hear about this, nice that i did thou. Big fan of the first, thought it was funny and well put together, Plus CGI. Ive watched it alot, looking forward to this.

RyuStrife3732d ago

Looking forward to it. I did like the first one.