Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor's Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance has just wrapped the Turkey portion of its shoot, and dozens of behind-the-scenes images have surfaced, including our first look at what could be Ghost Rider's Hellcycle! Dig it!
While Nicolas Cage was out and about promoting Season of the Witch, which open this weekend, of course the subject of his upcoming Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance came up; and the star not only gives us some insight into the filming style of directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor but also promises a "completely new experience" compared to the original.
The combination of Nicolas Cage playing a spirit of vengeance with a flaming skull and directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor has us giddy. Oh, the spectacle this could turn into! Ready for your first glimpse of Cage on set? Of course you are!
Looking forward to Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance from the Crank duo of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor? I mean come on! Their frantic filming style in 3D plus Cage's over-acting, coupled with whatever Cage's scene-chewing hairstyle ends up being, can't friggin' miss, can it? I know we're there.
I'm now fully convinced that Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance is going to be considerably better than its predecessor even if it ends up being a bad movie. The Crank guys having Ghost Rider fighting Satan in Transylvania with the help of an alcoholic warrior monk is guaranteed to entertain on some level. Add Idris Elba as that drunk monk, and the odds increase dramatically.
There's been a lot of talk lately about the sequel to the rather tepid Ghost Rider flick starring Nic Cage, but today we're getting some solid details, such as an official title and even a targeted release date.
So, wondering what we'll be seeing in the Nicolas Cage driven sequel to the misfire that was Ghost Rider written by the Crank duo of Neveldine and Taylor? Other than Cage possibly fighting Dracula, Cage exhibiting more CGI abs, and of course Cage's ludicrously changing hair style? Well, a recent script review is home to some more details. Warning: Spoilers Ahead! Alarm! Shark Alarm!
After this latest news that the Ghost Rider 2 is going to be set in Europe after all and possibly have the Spirit of Vengeance battling vampires, something tells me this sequel is going to be mega oodles of stupid. And with the Crank guys directing it in 3D, I wouldn't be shocked if this movie causes someone watching to actually die from motion sickness.
Finally a bit of news that may excite some of you about the potential Ghost Rider sequel Columbia is desperate to get off the ground before the November 14th deadline when the character rights will reportedly revert back to Marvel/Disney. The guys behind the Crank films and Gamer are reportedly in talks to direct the sequel that may or may not star Nic Cage that most moviegoers may or may not go see.
Now that Gamer is available for mass consumption via the wonders of Blu-ray and DVD, Lionsgate has provided us with an exclusive clip from the package's special features! Dig it!
It seems that Trembles decided to do what a substantial number of other horror fans did (judging by box office receipts): basically ignore Rob Zombie's Halloween II and just move on. And so, instead of piling more venom on H2, this week's Motion Picture Purgatory tackles the testosterone-fueled Gamer.
The cast and crew of Gamer were in town not too long ago, and Nomad had a chance to sit down and chat with filmmakers Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor along with stars Michael C. Hall, Alison Lohman, Terry Crews, and Amber Valleta.
Neveldine and Taylor are back this weekend with another high-adrenaline uber-violent bit of smash mouth cinema for you to enjoy and we've got the verdict on whether you should head to theatres or just stay home and play Halo.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Gerard Butler, Amber Valletta, Michael C. Hall, Kyra Sedgwick, Terry Crews, Ludacris Directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor
As a gamer, the new trailer for Lionsgate's Gamer, starring Gerard Butler and Michael C. Hall, makes me wish such technology would be possible. Can you imagine actually controlling another person to do whatever you want? Of course I'd just keep my dude going to In-N-Out Burger for me, but still!