'Ghost Rider'

Stunt rider Johnny Blaze was the first "Ghost Rider," the spirit of vengeance demon called Zarathos who was released when Blaze sacrificed himself to save his mentor.  The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP009492" title="Marvel Entertainment, LLC" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/marvel-entertainment-llc-ORCRP009492.topic">Marvel Comics</a> character had his first run in the comics from 1972 - 1983. Starring Nicolas Cage.<br>
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<b>Box office opening:</b> $45,388,836<br>
<b>Box office domestic gross:</b> $115,802,596<br>
<a href="http://www.metacritic.com/movie/ghost-rider"><b>Metacritic rating:</b></a> 35<br>
<b>Production budget:</b> $120 million<br>
<a href="http://www.calendarlive.com/movies/reviews/cl-et-ghost17feb17,0,3933369.story"><b>Times review:</b></a> 'Rider' stays on track but doesn't catch fire
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Stunt rider Johnny Blaze was the first "Ghost Rider," the spirit of vengeance demon called Zarathos who was released when Blaze sacrificed himself to save his mentor. The Marvel Comics character had his first run in the comics from 1972 - 1983. Starring Nicolas Cage.

Box office opening: $45,388,836
Box office domestic gross: $115,802,596
Metacritic rating: 35
Production budget: $120 million
Times review: 'Rider' stays on track but doesn't catch fire

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