Artificial Continuum

Monday, April 26, 2010

Although never hailed as one of Marvel's better films, Ghost Rider was a commercial success when it was released in 2007, and has even gained a small cult following among the comic book fanbase. Talks of sequel have been thrown about since the film's release, but have not gone far until now.

Columbia studios loses their control over the Ghost Rider property this November, if a sequel has not begun production. This creates a problem seeing as the films star, Nicolas Cage, is currently busy with other projects such as the third film in the National Treasure franchise. Columbia has now apparently accelerated talks to create a sequel, without the first films leading man. However, noone seems to be asking, should a sequel really be made?


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