Ryan Gosling takes over as Spirit of Vengeance in new video

If the stars line up just right, Ryan Gosling could join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Both the actor and Marvel Studios executives have publicly said they’d love to work together, and Gosling himself has even said he’d love to play Ghost Rider. Now a devoted fan of the franchise has taken the look of the actor and used deep fake software to put him in the first live action Ghost Rider movie.

YouTuber Stryder HD replaced Nic Cage’s likeness and put Gosling in a scene shared by Eva Mendes’ Johnny Blaze and Roxanne Simpson. After the scene, the video even juxtaposes the clips so you can compare the likeness of the characters. See the relevant video below.

Is Ryan Gosling joining the MCU?

At some point the Barbie The star was rumored to be joining Marvel’s rumor Nova project. Gosling then went for an interview to debunk those rumors, suggesting instead that he would love to play Ghost Rider. Shortly after those comments, Marvel boss Kevin Feige said he would like to include the actor in the franchise.

“If Ryan wants to be Ghost Rider,” Feige told MTV News at San Diego Comic-Con last summer. “Ryan is amazing. I’d love to find him a place in the MCU. He dresses up like Ken on Venice Beach and gets more press than any major movie.”

Will Ghost Rider be an R-rated movie in the MCU?

To date, Marvel Studios has not yet released an official R-rated movie. While both Ghost Rider films have been rated PG-13, Cage has previously expressed his opinion on the matter, saying the character deserves a more mature rating.

“Do you know, Ghost Rider was a movie that should always have been an R-rated movie. David Goyer had a brilliant script, which I wanted to do with David and for whatever reason they wouldn’t let us make the movie,” he added in a separate interview. “But that movie is still a movie that should be made. become. , of course not with me, but it should be an R-rated movie, oh well, deadpool was R-rated and it did just fine. Ghost Rider was designed to be a creepy superhero with an R rating and head start and they just didn’t pull it off back then.”

Both Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance are now streaming on STARZ.

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