7.3 C
Bucharest
November 26, 2022
ARTS & LEISURE

Nicolas Cage shooting on the trails of Dracula

Actor Nicolas Cage is reportedly going to shoot the sequel to his 2007 comic-book movie Ghost Rider in Romania, MTV reports. Although the news wasn’t yet confirmed officially by anyone in Romanian studios, the actor, present over the weekend at Comic-Con in San Diego said he was excited to be shooting in Bran Castle.


“Ghost Rider 2” will still feature Nicolas Cage, and he has great expectations for the “Crank” writing/directing team of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, who will help him take his character to the land of Dracula. The film may not be far enough yet, but Cage was willing to discuss his immediate plans. “I’m gonna have a meeting with Neveldine and Taylor shortly in the next few days,” Cage told MTV News. “I’m excited to talk with them about it, and I’m very hopeful that with their enthusiasm and energy this will be an exciting movie as well.” The actor, who first played Johnny Blaze in 2007 under director Mark Steven Johnson, didn’t mention anything about bringing Marvel’s Dracula incarnation into the film, but he is psyched about seeing the real-world historical figure’s castle. “I’ll be filming it in Romania, which is exciting, since that’s where Dracula’s castle is,” he explained. Even if Ghost Rider doesn’t fight a vampire, he may get to check out the scenery. “The Ghostrider has to ride up to Dracula’s castle,” he continued.

Related posts

Michael Jackson’s body to be put on public display at Neverland, burial set for Sunday

Test

Close competition for the title of European Cultural Capital: Four Romanian cities on the short list of candidates

‘Sous le ciel de Paris’ exhibition opens in Bucharest on National Day of France

Nine O' Clock