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1st TV spot shows why you shouldn't shoot Ghost Rider in the face

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Dec 16, 2012

With a Tomatometer aggregate rating of only 27 percent, the 2007 film Ghost Rider was a critical failure. But after earning $228 million on a $110 million budget, it was a box-office success. And you know what that means? Yup. It's sequel time.

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance will get a 3-D release on Feb. 17, and its first TV spot has appeared. In it, we see Johnny Blaze, aka Ghost Rider (Nicolas Cage), laying low. But a new threat from below has risen, and we learn that Blaze has a chance to defeat it ... and to end his curse.

We also get to see Ghost Rider using his powers. We don't know what's more entertaining: his chain or his hellfire.

But you should know that if you shoot Ghost Rider in the face, you should expect the hellfire.

Check it out.







(via ComingSoon)

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