By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Columbia Pictures
I like it, I really like it! After viewing that early footage for Ghost Rider that looked, well, low-budget, it is somewhat of a relief to see such an improvement in both effects and cinematography.
Ghost Rider Teaser Trailer
Sure, their are some parts of the Ghost Rider trailer that still look a bit CG but, as of right now, I am fine with that; especially considering how hard some of these shots look to do. With the push of the film's release to 2007, Columbia Pictures still has tons of time to work on breakthrough improvements and make sure every effect shot is polished out. To be honest, I am surprised about how much Columbia Pictures was willing to show us.
Some of the memorable scenes from the trailer include the history behind Johnny Blaze, his stunt accident, him lighting up, Ghost Rider taking his bike up a building and, well, a whole bunch more.
But don't take it from me, check out the trailer for Ghost Rider by clicking the image to the right or the link below.
Watch the teaser trailer for Ghost Rider over at Quicktime.
The site has both the domestic and international teaser trailer for the film. Before you ask -- yes, there are some minor differences.
Ghost Rider will come to theatres on February 16, 2007.