Lead actor Nicolas Cage gushes that 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' will be wild and different from the first film.
"Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" is still in production and Nicolas Cage wants to convince people that the film will not let us down. In a new interview, the depicter of Johnny Blaze says this follow-up to 2007 "Ghost Rider" will be different from the predecessor.
"(It's going to be) very different. A completely new experience and that's how the directors choose to see it," he promises. The lead actor further reveals that filmmakers will put out a new take on the character's origin story which leads to a speculation of reboot story, saying "I mean there's even a new origin sequence."
On working with directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, Cage says, "They're not like anybody else I've worked with. They do things with the camera that are just extraordinary." He adds, "They're brand new. The director's on rollerblades and hanging from wires with the camera, holding on to the motorcycle and it's going to be really wild."
"Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" is filmed in Romania and will see stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze, who morphs into the demon vigilante Ghost Rider, hiding out in remote Eastern Europe and struggling to repress his curse. Ciaran Hinds and Idris Elba are some actors who will be featured in the action fantasy thriller along with Nicolas Cage. The movie is set for February 17, 2012 release in the U.S.