Last month it was reported that Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, the mad men behind the two Crank films, were negotiating to make a Ghost Rider sequel, tentatively titled Ghost Rider: The Spirit of Vengeance. At the time we weren't sure that Nicolas Cage would return, and it wasn't a definite that Neveldine/Taylor were chips in. We now know the answer to both questions.
Appearing on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Nicolas Cage confirmed that not only have Neveldine and Taylor signed on to direct, but he just signed a deal this week to reprise his role as Johnny Blaze, the stunt cyclist who can turn into a demon of vengeance whose head is a flaming skull.
In June one big story that caused quite a ruckus was about Crank 1 & 2, Gamer directors Mark Neveldine and Brain Taylor, collectively known as Neveldine/Taylor, directing the Ghost Rider sequel titled Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeanc... Read Post
Not too many people walked away from the big screen adaptation of Marvel's flaming pile that is Ghost Rider with a smile on their face, but with Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor (the duo behind Crank) at the helm of the sequel, some ... Read Post