Norman Reedus on Playing Ghost Rider: ‘F*** Yeah, I’m Down”

Posted: June 9, 2016 in Comic Book News
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Even after two abysmally terrible film adaptations of Marvel’s popular character Ghost Rider, it seems as if another actor is eager for a shot at playing the character.

Actor Norman Reedus, in an interview with Uproxx, was asked if he’d be willing to play the role of Johnny Blaze, former stunt biker turned superhero, and responded very positively, stating:

Hell yeah. It would be a blast. Do I get a skull face that’s on fire and all that stuff? Fuck yeah. I’m down.

It’s possible he may get his chance to play the character eventually, as Ghost Rider (along with other supernatural characters, like Blade) has been rumored to be getting his own Netflix show in the future. However, should he decide to actively pursue the role (should it even become available), it’s unknown if Reedus could film both Ghost Rider and keep his role on AMC’s The Walking Dead.

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Comments
  1. mmleonard says:

    After the last ones pretty sure franchise is ruined for 20 years

    Like

  2. danidavidson says:

    That would be pretty awesome if he was in Ghost Rider

    Like

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