The actor, making the press rounds for The Croods, says he will not star in another Ghost Rider movie.
Source: Bleeding Cool
Actor Nicholas Cage was giving interviews to talk about his horrible new movie, The Croods, today, and he ended up speaking a lot about the possibility of a return to Ghost Rider. We're not sure how the subject came up, as Cage's Ghost Rider movies are almost universally panned, and no one really wanted to see him make the first or second one, much less a third. We imagine Cage probably just awkwardly covered his mouth, disguised his voice, and asked the question himself.
Here's a transcript of an interview which we learned about on Bleeding Cool:
Nicholas Cage (in a high pitched voice): Mr. Cage, are you going to reprise your role as Ghost Rider?
Nicholas Cage (acting surprised, in a regular voice): I think the ship has sailed on that one. At least with me involved. Personally, I’m done. I’ve done what I had to do with that part. You never say never, but right now, today, I would say that I’m done.
Nicholas Cage (in a high pitched voice): Awwwwwwww!
Nicholas Cage (this time, in a low pitched voice): Say it ain't so, Nick!
The Outhouse will keep you updated on Nicholas Cage's imaginary conversations as more news develops.
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