In an interview with Craig Ferguson on his The Late, Late Show, Nicolas Cage confirmed his involvement in Ghost Rider 2, now reportedly titled Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance. Cage also revealed that Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, who directed Crank, would be taking the helm.

During a press conference for The Other Guys, Eva Mendes, while speaking to Superhero Hype, was asked whether or not she’d be reprising her role as Roxanne Simpson in the sequel, to which she replied with a simple, “No, unfortunately.”

Mendes has doubted her involvement in a sequel since 2008. Answering a question from MTV regarding a potential sequel, she responded by saying, “No, I think Ghost Rider had its moment,” she continued, “I don’t know about a sequel, but I don’t think it needs one.”

It’s unsurprising really, especially considering the lacklustre response to the first film. Eva Mendes has since blossomed into a respectable actress, attracting praise for her performances in The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans and We Own The Night.