New fan art depicts Keanu Reeves as the Ghost Rider in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it puts the Spirit of Vengeance on top of a motorcycle.
Keanu Reeves becomes Marvel’s Cinematic Universe Ghost Rider in an amazing new edit showing him standing on top of a motorcycle. Now that Marvel Studios is deep into the production and release of Phase 4 MCU content, fans have been treated to meeting many new characters. Shang-Chi and the Eternals have put the headlines on new movies, Yelena Belova and Black Knight have appeared in supporting roles, and characters like Agatha Harkness, Sylvie, US Agent and Kate Bishop have debuted thanks to Disney +. MCU plans to introduce dozens of new characters over the next few years, and there is hope that Ghost Rider is one of them.
With comic roots dating back to 1972, Ghost Rider has long been an important part of Marvel’s comic book universe. Nicolas Cage previously played Johnny Blaze in two Ghost Rider films in the late 2000s and early 2010s. After this franchise ended, Marvel TV brought a new bid for Ghost Rider to life in Agents from SHIELD as Gabriel Luna portrayed the Robbie Reyes version of the Spirit of Vengeance. Agents from SHIELD‘s Ghost Rider was a huge hit and led to the development of a spinoff show on Hulu, but it did not move forward after significant changes to Marvel that gave Kevin Feige more power. Fans have long hoped this meant that Feige plans to introduce Ghost Rider to MCU somehow.
As part of speculation that Ghost Rider might appear in a future MCU property, fans continue to share their thoughts on who should play him. Keanu Reeves has become one of the best choices to play MCU’s Ghost Rider, and a new piece of fan art from Rahalarts imagine what this might look like. The edit uses an image of Keanu Reeves standing on top of a motorcycle from a 2018 Super Bowl ad, but transforms the bike and Reeves’ head by giving them Ghost Rider’s traditional fiery look. Oddly enough, the art also gives Reeves’ Ghost Rider the jacket traditionally worn by Robbie Reyes.
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This is the latest piece of fan art depicting Keanu Reeves as MCU’s Ghost Rider who appeared in recent days. The progress in the art that shows him as Ghost Rider is the result of recent comments from John Wick and Matrix star. He said it would be an honor to get a role in MCU, which sparked more debate about what characters he could play. Ghost Rider has become almost the de facto answer for the majority of fans, though many others still want to see him get a role where he can be more of an action star. Either way, Reeves’ interest in motorcycles and desire to join MCU could make him a good fit to play Johnn Blaze, or even the Danny Ketch version, if Marvel wanted to change that.
Despite the interest in seeing Keanu Reeves as Ghost Rider, it is unclear whether Marvel will cast him in the role, or whether the character is part of their plans at all. Fans have been quick to note how well he would fit in with the supernatural wave of characters that Phase 4 introduces with Blade (Mahershala Ali), Moon Knight (Oscar Isaac) and Werewolf by Night (Gael García Bernal). There have been rumors Ghost Rider be able to lead his own MCU project or appear in various Phase 4 projects. If it’s part of Marvel’s plans, they’ll have to cast Keanu Reeves soon to make this piece of fan casting possible.
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