Nicolas Cage Says Ghost Rider Sequel Deviates from the Original Movie!
The actor goes in-depth explaining how the follow up to his 2007 original film, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance will "mess with your mind" different in tone & more. Check it out!
Taking a day off from filming his return as Johnny Blaze in the foreseen Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, actor Nicolas Cage has been praising the sequel and it's duo directors Mark Neveldine & Brian Taylor in several interviews today. And in an excerpt from his chat with IO9's Meredith Woerner, Cage explains how the sequel will differ in tone, and more.
"It is a completely different film. The first one, which I won't denigrate — I liked the first one, but it was almost like a fairy tale. Almost like a Disney fairy tale interpretation of Faust. This one is completely re-conceived, it's not even connected to the first one, it's a different origin sequence. But I think it will be a brand new experience. It has more adrenaline involved in the film making process itself, and in the movie when you see it. Again, I think the stuff we're able to get into with Ghost Rider is going to be a lot more abstract and not like anything you've seen before. So I'm very excited by it."
In the full interview, Nicolas Cage reiterates a few things posted earlier today, but head over to IO9 for it as you please.
Anyhow, starring opposite Cage, Idris Elba, Ciaran Hinds, and Christopher Lamber, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance follows Johnny Blaze, as hes hiding out in remote Eastern Europe and struggling to repress his curse. Blaze is then recruited by a sect to take on the devil, who wants to take over his mortal son’s body on his birthday. And the sequel hits theaters in 3D February 17, 2012.
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