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Johnny Blaze Goes Wilder in New 'Ghost Rider 2' Trailer

December 16, 2011 03:32:56 GMT

Showing more thrilling action scenes, the fresh trailer for 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' centers on Blaze who tries to save a boy from being taken away by The Devil.



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The cursed stunt rider Johnny Blaze brings more actions in a brand new trailer for "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance". In addition to unveiling some new action scenes, the freshly released sneak peek gives a better look at the villains, and how Blaze attempts to save a boy from becoming a demon.

Nicolas Cage reprises his role as Blaze a.k.a Ghost Rider in the anti-superhero movie. Still struggling with his curse as The Devil's bounty hunter, Blaze is hiding out in a remote part of Eastern Europe as he's recruited by a secret sect of the church to save a kid from The Devil. At first, Blaze is reluctant to embrace the power of the Ghost Rider, but it is the only way to protect the boy and possibly to rid himself of his curse forever.

Filmmaker duo Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor serve as the director for "Ghost Rider 2". The two promised to bring a very dark story in the upcoming sequel to 2007's "Ghost Rider" despite the PG-13 rating given to the film. Taylor said at a panel in NYCC last October, "There's a lot of fire. That's a really good trick for directors who are trying to make really violent PG-13. You can burn people all you want!"

Neveldine added, "Do you really need to have tits and F-bombs in a 'Ghost Rider' movie? We got a couple of F-bombs, and our body count is huge in this movie. It's just that you don't see blood, because this guy kills you with Penance Stares and he tears you apart into ashes."

To arrive in theaters nationwide on February 17, 2012, "Ghost Rider 2" is also supported by Ciaran Hinds as The Devil, Johnny Whitworth as antagonist Blackout, Idris Elba as Moreau and Fergus Riordan as Danny.



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