Ghost Rider Disney+ Series May Be Coming According To New LLC Filed By Marvel Studios
Marvel is usually pretty great at keeping characters, plots, and costumes away from prying public eyes (although the Spide-Man: No Way Home suit was revealed in a new LEGO set and we got a glimpse of Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher). Now it looks like Marvel may have just revealed that a Ghost Rider Disney+ series is on the way thanks to the sleuthing of some folks at Murphy’s Multiverse.
What Gave Away That A Ghost Rider Disney+ Series May Be Coming?
According to Murphy’s Multiverse, a new Marvel LLC called “Richmond Street Productions LLC” was filed and the listing indicates that it will be a direct-to-consumer (DTC) streaming series, meaning that it’s like to arrive on Disney+. While Richmond Street isn’t related to Ghost Rider directly, something nearby is.
Richmond Street is close by to Cypress Hills National Cemetery/Image via Google Maps
The screenshot of the above Google Maps shows the Cypress Hills neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. It’s where Richmond Street runs through, but it also includes the Cypress Hills National Cemetery, which is the cemetery that is closely tied to Danny Ketch’s Ghost Rider and his origin story. The cemetery was the location of a massive battle between a psychic criminal named Deathwatch and Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of crime. Danny Ketch and his sister, Barbara, were caught in the crossfire of this battle, where she was injured and Danny had to take her away to a junkyard, where he found a motorcycle bearing the Ghost Rider sigil. When he touched it, he transformed into Ghost Rider for the first time. The Cypress Hills National Cemetery also acts as the headquarters for a group of supernatural adventurers called the Midnight Sons, which was started by Ketch and Johnny Blaze’s Ghost Rider.
While nothing is confirmed yet, it would make sense that a Ghost Rider series was coming. Marvel already has a bunch of new series in the works from the MCU (She-Hulk, Secret Invasion) and Ghost Rider/Robbie Reyes (played by Gabrield Luna) already got a small intro in Agents of Shield. Luna was supposed to get his own Ghost Rider Hulu TV series, but it was ultimately canceled, leaving the character in limbo. We already had the Nicholas Cage Ghost Rider movies (where he played Johnny Blaze) and now I think it’s time we get a well-deserved Disney+ series.
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Keilin Huang is a freelance writer that likes the Oxford comma, reading from her neverending pile of books from the library, and Reeses peanut butter cups. She thanks her Dad for introducing her to his Superman comics and probably majored in Journalism because of Lois Lane.