The world's bored, collective sigh at the closing of Ghost Rider still wasn't enough to extinguish the fiery skull of its protagonist. Bloody Disgusting is reporting that Columbia Pictures is officially looking for screenwriters to get to work on a sequel:
It's pretty shocking that it has taken this long for a sequel to get a move on, but finally Columbia Pictures is gearing up for GHOST RIDER 2, the sequel to the smash-hit comic book adaptation from 2007 that saw Nicolas Cage as a stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze who gives up his soul to become a hellblazing vigilante, to fight against power hungry Blackheart, the son of the devil himself. What we learned this evening is that Columbia Pictures is officially out to writers to pen the sequel and that Nicolas Cage is in fact attached and signed on to return.
I'm honestly surprised it's taken this long for an official writing call when the special effects team has already been working on action sequences:
I'm glad to see they fixed a lot of the lip-sync issues I had with the first film.