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Nicholas Cage confirms “Ghost Rider” sequel


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Didn’t stay up to watch “The Late, Late Show” with Craig Ferguson? Neither did we.

But an insomniac scooper watched Nicolas Cage plugging Disney’s “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” last night and walked away with some “Ghost Rider” sequel news, which they promptly sent to ComingSoon.net.

“There’s gonna be a new one,” Cage said to Ferguson, right after he was presented with a model of a flaming skull, “I just made the deal today.”

Cage reportedly confirmed that that “Crank” collaborators Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor will helm the sequel.

That’s good news, as I thought original “Ghost Rider” director Mark Steven Johnson (“Daredevil”) watered down a cool concept, which of course was adapted from the long-running Marvel Comics series.

So Cage will be back on the “Ghost Rider” motorcycle. Who will he fight? When will we see it? Stay tuned for more details.

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