Cookies on DVDActive
DVDActive uses cookies to remember your actions, such as your answer in the poll. Cookies are also used by third-parties for statistics, social media and advertising. By using this website, it is assumed that you agree to this.
 
Leaderboard Extra
Ghost Rider Postponed Until 2007

Forums - Discs & Movies - Ghost Rider Postponed Until 2007 

Reply 

Message Enter the message here then press submit. The username, password and message are required. Please make the message constructive, you are fully responsible for the legality of anything you contribute. Terms & conditions apply.
Not Registered?
Forgotten Details?
Additional Options These options are not required but may be useful.
Existing Posts
Yet, February is generally where movies go to die.  Very Happy
Thats too bad, but I\'m sure they didnt want it coming out so soon after x3
Chris wrote: Spectacular contradiction there Tony!Thanks, Chris Happy
Spectacular contradiction there Tony!
Adrian wrote: Being bumped into February is never a good sign.Yes it isn't. I was really looking forward to this release too.
Being bumped into February is never a good sign.
Ghost Rider Postponed Until 2007
From Comingsoon.net

Sony Pictures' $120 million Nicolas Cage-starrer Ghost Rider, based on the Marvel comic book, has been bumped from its July 14, 2006, release date to President's Day weekend (Feb. 16) 2007.

Variety says that the move likely won't be the last for Sony, which still has six other films to release during the upcoming summer months. The studio has 28 movies lined up for 2006 from its five divisions (Columbia, Screen Gems, TriStar, Revolution and MGM).

Sony's other summer '06 pics include Columbia's The Da Vinci Code (May 19); Columbia/Revolution's Click (June 23); Sony Pictures Animation's Monster House (July 21); Columbia's Will Ferrell NASCAR comedy (Aug. 4); and Revolution's Tim Allen starrer Zoom (Aug. 11) and Little Man (May 26).

"I think everybody is looking at their release schedules in '06 and trying to avoid some of the traffic jams," Sony vice chairman Jeff Blake told the trade. "Seven films for a summer is a lot."

Marvel Studios must now undo a carefully laid out plan of ancillary tie-in deals. The new release date gives the studio an expensive action film with which to start 2007.

Marvel's Avi Arad, director Mark Steven Johnson and his producing partner Gary Foster also found the slot to be a lucky one when they released Daredevil in 2003.