Ghost Rider Gets Zapped for New Movie

Nicholas Cage is ditching the flames for a fresh take on vengeance in the upcoming "Ghost Rider:Electric Boogaloo. " The film, a follow-up to the 2007 superhero flick, will see Cage reprise his role as Johnny Blaze, a motorcycle stuntman bonded with the spirit of a vengeful demon. This time, however, Blaze's fiery steed will be replaced with a rather unexpected two-wheeler:a humble electric scooter.

Director Roland Gainsborough assures fans that the switch to electric is not a budgetary constraint. "We're going for a more sustainable aesthetic this time around, " Gainsborough said. "Ghost Rider is evolving. He's more conscientious of his carbon footprint now, you know?Plus, the electric engine will be way quieter, allowing Johnny to sneak up on evildoers with unparalleled stealth. "

Cage himself seems enthusiastic about the change. "Let me tell you, " Cage declared in his trademark intense manner, "there's a certain primal thrill to riding an electric scooter. It's like… a silent rage. A controlled fury. And let's not forget the instant torque!You twist that throttle and… whoosh!You're gone!"

While some fans have expressed skepticism online, with tweets like "Ghost Rider on a scooter?This is an outrage!" Gainsborough remains confident. "We understand the initial resistance, " he said. "But trust me, when you see Cage riding that electric scooter, engulfed in a haunting blue glow as he chases down sinners… it'll be epic. "

The film's plot details are still under wraps, but rumors suggest it will involve a villain who exploits the power grid for nefarious purposes. One source hints at a climactic showdown where Ghost Rider, astride his electric scooter, disrupts the villain's scheme by overloading a giant server bank.

"Ghost Rider:Electric Boogaloo" is slated for a release in 2025. Whether it will be a fiery success or a sputtering disappointment on par with a depleted scooter battery, one thing's for certain:this Ghost Rider is going green.

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