February 15, 2012
'Ghost Rider' directors say third film is already being developed
Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor also promise a third installment of 'Crank'
Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance isn't released in the UK until Friday (February 17), but its directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor have said that they are already planning a sequel.
The film tells the story of Johnny Blaze, a stunt motorcyclist who sells his soul to the Devil and transforms into himself into a vigilante Ghost Rider, and stars Nicolas Cage. Its new outing is the second from the Ghost Rider franchise and, according to Indiewire, Neveldine and Taylor are already working on a third film for the series.
Asked about the possibility of a third Ghost Rider film, the pair said: "There's been talk about a sequel. I know Nicolas Cage wants to do it; he's very pumped about it. We'll just have to see how well this does."
Neveldine and Taylor have also promised that there will be a third installment of their other movie franchise Crank and that it will be shot in 3D.
They said of the chances of a third Crank film: "It's going to happen, it's going to be written, and it will be 3D. Crank is destined to be a trilogy. And then maybe we'll go for the prequels the way Star Wars did."
You can watch a clip from Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
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