Agents of SHIELD has never been a show that’s hesitated to shake up its status quo, and Agent Coulson and his team had yet another when season four premiered last night—and it’s not for the better. But the real change comes from the addition of the first (reasonably) major Marvel superhero, Ghost Rider, to the series.…
Tomorrow night, Agents of SHIELD is back for its fourth season—and it’s bringing with it the arrival of the show’s biggest comic book connection yet: Ghost Rider. But this isn’t the character famously (or infamously) played in the movies by Nic Cage. Here’s what you need to know about this new Ghost Rider before he…
Ghost Rider, Marvel’s fire-covered, bat-out-of-hell character, is no stranger to live-action. Nicolas Cage played the character in two movies, and now, five years later, Ghost Rider is back in the burning flesh and the first official look is here.
We’re getting our first look at the most hyped addition to Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in, well, I’d argue forever. He’s hot, he’s smoldering and he really loves hanging out in trash piles.
My my, what convenient timing! It was only a few weeks ago at Comic-Con that we got confirmation of Robbie Reyes, the second Ghost Rider, heading to the next season of Agents of SHIELD. Well, to capitalize on the sudden awareness of this take on the character, Marvel is giving Robbie his own comic again.
Well, this is a surprise. Ghost Rider is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but not for a movie—and perhaps not the incarnation of the Ghost Rider you were expecting.
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Doctor Strange and Ghost Rider, two of Marvel’s most mysterious and frightening heroes, have been given a bright update in a new pair of posters by artist Dave Perillo and Grey Matter Art.
Iron Man may have changed the game for Marvel movies, but Marvel already had a long history of movie-making before the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here's part two of our look back at the history of Marvel comic book movies, as we head into the 90's and come right up to 2008.
There's a new spirit of vengeance in the Marvel universe, and he has a sweet new ride. Plus Buffy Season 10, the end of Animal Man, the next chapter of Saga, and more!
When Ghost Rider drives back into comic stores next year, he won't be doing it on his iconic bike. Now the skull-headed purveyor of vengeance drives a classic Dodge Charger — don't worry, the wheels are still on fire.
In this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly, Marvel movie head honcho Kevin Feige casually dropped the news that the movie rights for the Punisher, Blade and Ghost Rider have returned to Marvel. Awesome.
We are in love with these deleted scenes from Nic Cage's Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Especially because they show how Nic Cage looked when he was acting with a fully lit head. It's pretty spectacular — especially when you watch Cage try and suck our your soul.
Before you see Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, consider the following question: "Does the mantra 'Put the bunny back in the box?' make the tiny follicles on the nape of my neck stand up?"
In Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Crank and Gamer directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine take us to the highways of rural Turkey where Nicolas Cage's head explodes into a vengeful fireball. io9 spoke with the directors about the craziness of the film's shoot and Cage's voodoo method acting.
The second Ghost Rider movie, Spirit of Vengeancem is almost out. But before you spend your hard cash on yet another comic book movie, take a look at these clips and decide for yourself: Is Nic Cage vomiting hellfire worth your hard-earned cash? I think you know what the answer to that is.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance comes out this weekend — which means we have a chance to pay tribute to one of the all-time great cult-movie method actors. Nicolas Cage has gone from serious Academy Award-winning actor to bee-eating B-movie wizard.
Bless Nic Cage and his never ending supply of lunatic theories and philosophies. But the latest batch of Cage philosophy might be his best quote yet, as the uber-acting god explains how he got into character as the flame-headed Ghost Rider.