‘Ghost Rider’ Sequel Promises ‘Darker, Nastier, Meaner’ Anti-Hero

LATimes/Hero Complex says

The filmmaking team behind “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” are hoping for a redemption story both on and off the screen.

Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, the writing and directing tandem behind “Crank” and “Gamer,” have inherited the fiery Columbia Pictures franchise and their first challenges may be getting fans to forgive and forget the 2007 movie “Ghost Rider.” The pair came to New York Comic-Con to show footage to fans and assure them that, this time around, the fire-and-brimstone anti-hero will be presented in a dark tale that lives up to the tone and legacy in the pages of Marvel Comics.

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alycakes3415d ago

I'm happy with the way they're going about this new idea of Ghost Rider. I think it will play out well and the fans will like this movie better.

Crazay3415d ago

I think that's the way fans want it to be. I mean, it's not like he's Spider-Man. he's a freaking flaming skull that comes at you. that's down right horrific man.

DarkBlood3415d ago

your right damn that guy needs more calories look at the state hes in :p lol

MinimeJer053414d ago

Really looking forward to their take. I hope it pans out for them.