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Ghost Rider: the director of the second film, critics the tv version

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Published on Mar 07, 2018

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Interviewed by Flickering Myth, Brian Taylor, co-director of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance along with Mark Neveldine, has spoken of the version of the character in the tv series Agents of SHIELD: “I Think that Ghost Rider should be a character in a horror forbidden to minors.”

“They have shown the character on television and it seems new artificially sweetened, cleaned up, suitable for an audience of families. That version doesn't interest me, but I think it would be fantastic to make a film of superheroes, horror, scary and forbidden to minors. I hope I have done with Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.”

In Agents of SHIELD, Ghost Rider is the mexican Robbie Reyes, played by Gabiel Luna, and introduced at the beginning of the fourth season. The one hundredth episode of the series, which will air next Friday on ABC in the USA, will reveal the mysterious agreement that Phil Coulson has made with the Ghost Rider in the season 4 finale. The demonic superhero could then reappear this season.

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