Uproxx asked the actor if he would be interested in starring in a “Ghost Rider” reboot, and the TV star seemed pretty excited about the possibility of playing that particular superhero.
“Hell yeah. It would be a blast,” Reedus said. “Do I get a skull face that’s on fire and all that stuff? F— yeah. I’m down.”
The 2007 film “Ghost Rider,” which starred Nicolas Cage as the hellish hero, bombed with critics, but was a success at the box office after earning $228.7 million worldwide on a $110 million budget. Its 2012 follow up grossed $132 million on a budget of $57 million.
“Ride With Me” features the actor exploring motorcycle culture and history across the country, accompanied by a stable of assorted stars and local bikers.
Each one-hour episode will see Reedus and a companion visit a new city on a variety of showcased choppers to sample the bike shops, tattoo parlors, bars and restaurants favored by fellow riders. Think of it as “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” on meth.
“Ride with Norman Reedus” debuts June 12 at 10 p.m. ET on AMC.
'The Walking Dead' Surprises: 26 Times the TV Show Has Strayed From the Comics
The show doesn’t always stick with the story as told in the comics it’s adapting (SPOILERS)
"The Walking Dead" generally follows the path of the graphic novel series on which it's based, but the AMC hit has often changed things up. Here are 26 times the show took a meaningful diversion from the story that "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman laid out on paper, through the next-to-last episode of season 8.