Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Peter Fonda's "Mephistopheles" in the first Ghost Rider supposed to be the devil, and wasn't it all about his ungrateful demonic son trying to conquer the mortal world? Looks like the inexplicable Ghost Rider sequel will have a new devil for Nic Cage to contend with, and this one wants to rule the world via his mortal son.
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.
So, after it didn't come out last March as scheduled, we haven't heard a single peep regarding Dominic Sena's upcoming Nicolas Cage vehicle Season of the Witch. Until now, that is.
San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Drive Angry - Patrick Lussier, Nicolas Cage, and William Fichtner Speak! Video Interviews!
One of our more highly anticipated releases for 2011 has got to be the upcoming badass revenge flick Drive Angry in 3D. While at the San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central caught up with director Patrick Lussier and the film’s stars Nicolas Cage and William Fichtner to find out what fans can expect from the project.
San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Drive Angry - Patrick Lussier, Nicolas Cage, and William Fichtner Speak! See the Teaser!
One of our more highly anticipated releases for 2011 has got to be the upcoming badass revenge flick, Drive Angry in 3D. While at the San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central caught up with director Patrick Lussier and the film’s stars Nicolas Cage and William Fichtner to find out what fans can expect from the project.
A few days ago we flashed you a delicious glimpse of Amber Heard from the upcoming Drive Angry. Today we have some more details on what to expect from Heard in director Patrick Lussier's odyssey of murderous vengeance comin' at us in three bloody dimensions!
Time for yet more stills and even some concept art for the latest Todd Farmer and Patrick Lussier collaboration, Drive Angry! Dig it, baby!
Is there any way one cannot be excited about Patrick Lussier's Drive Angry? From the exploitative premise to the colorful cast, this is one flick that seems rightly poised for the pleasures of 3D, and I'm dying for it. If you're like me, today's pictures should help reaffirm the fact that this will be a must see.
Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer's next bit of cinematic madness, the Nicolas Cage revenge vehicle Drive Angry in 3D, is officially in the can, and the flick is set to have a big presence at this year's SD Comic-Con so what's left to do? Well, for co-writer Farmer it's time to blog and post images, that's what!
Summit Entertainment's 3D tale of revenge, hot chicks, and Tom friggin' Atkins will be previewed at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we've got all the details for ya!
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.
Ever since Ghost Rider opened in 2007, it seems like the only person clamoring for a sequel has been Nicolas Cage. Now word is coming out that Columbia is so desperate to get a Ghost Rider sequel into production before the franchise rights revert back to Marvel's new owners, Disney, that they may rush it into production with a skull not Cage's bursting into flame.
None of the stories we've done thus far on Patrick Lussier's Drive Angry have mentioned any sort of "supernatural" element to the film, but according to its star, Nicolas Cage, that's exact what we have to look forward to.