In what is truly disastrous news for cinephiles around the world, actor Nicolas Cage has made it plain that he will not reprise the role of Johnny Blaze in any future films based on the Marvel Comics antihero Ghost Rider, the character who all right thinking people agree Cage was truly born to play. "Personally, I'm done," the actor told MTV. "I've
When Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum released artwork for the upcoming 50th Marvel Minimates series a few months back, I think I sprayed a mouthful of coffee on my laptop and shouted "Cyborg Spider-Man!" with stupid grin on my face. I've been working on impulse control since then, so this week's release of proper images of the line's seven figures only made me dance around a
Funko's Pop! Vinyl line is getting some more Marvelous additions in early 2013. Beast, Dark Phoenix, Deadpool, Dr. Doom, Ghost Rider and Silver Surfer will join their 3.75" brethren from previous waves, al
What is more fun that watching Nicolas Cage totally go full Nicolas Cage in the Ghost Rider movies? How about watching him do it without the special effects? Eleven minutes of deleted footage from Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance have arrived online, giving us the chance to see Cage in full skull face paint giving it all he's got.
All gloriously over-the-top acting aside -- and it rea
My favorite thing about the new Avengers movie is how well it took the separate stories and elements of movies like Captain America, Thor and Iron Man and blended them into one big story. It worked so well that I almost wished they would've been able to just go ahead and bring in every Marvel Movie, if only for a few
Believe it or not, I had high expectations for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine (Crank) making a Ghost Rider movie with Nicolas Cage at his most ridiculous is a combination that had a lot of potential to be great and completely over the top, which is exactly what I want out of Ghost Rider.
Unfortunately, that's not exac
Faced with internet outcry over the news that Ghost Rider creator Gary Friedrich has been ordered to pay Marvel Comics $17,000 in damages from a lawsuit over ownership of the character, Marvel has broken its silence on the case with Publisher Dan Buckley and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada giving an interview about what they call "a very tough situation for everyone involved."Speaking to Comic Book Resources, Quesada attempted to correct what he called misinterpretation in so
As previously reported on ComicsAlliance, Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich was ordered last week to pay Marvel $17,000 in damages and seek no further profit from his association with the character as a result of their legal dispute. Friedrich's offense in Marvel's eyes was that he made convention appearances as the creator of Ghost Rider and sold Ghost Rider merchandise. In other words he did what almost every comic creator does when t