PG-13 | | Action, Fantasy, Horror
Stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze gives up his soul to become a hellblazing vigilante, to fight against power hungry Blackheart, the son of the devil.
Stephen Norrington was first choice to direct.
It's said that the West was built on legends. Tall tales that help us make sense of things too great or too terrifying to believe. This is the legend of the Ghost Rider.
When the adult Johnny Blaze approaches his motorcycle, which is running and revving by itself, he mounts it and his hands are shown stuck to the handlebars, and his left foot (at least) stuck to the footrest. However, after the confrontation with Mephistopheles, as the bike takes off on its own the camera moves to a rear shot, and both of Johnny's feet are on the ground. Then it begins to move and both feet are on the footrests again.
The Marvel logo features comic-book images of the Ghost Rider in its pages; after it fully forms it blazes briefly, then turns metallic and grows spikes, replicating the Ghost Rider's transformation.
PHP 32,320,414 (Philippines) (18 February 2007)
$115,802,596 (USA) (29 April 2007)
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