Ryan Gosling’s Ghost Rider dreams come true in MCU fan art

A new piece of Marvel fan art imagines Ryan Gosling’s MCU dream coming true, transforming him into the Ghost Rider with a partially flaming skull.

A new piece Marvel Cinematic Universe Fan art makes Ryan Gosling’s Ghost Rider dreams come true. Gosling began his career as a child actor in the mid-’90s before making a name for himself The notebook. The Oscar-nominated actor has since starred in several indie hits including Lars and the real girl Blue Valentineand journeyas well as high-profile films such as Blade Runner 2049, Crazy Stupid Loveand la la country. As one of Hollywood’s most celebrated and sought-after actors, it’s a wonder Gosling has never played a superhero in the MCU.

In 2006, Gosling collaborated Captain Marvel Directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck continue Half Nelson. In 2016 he appeared alongside Russell Crowe (Thor: Love and Thunder) in Iron Man 3 Director Shane Blacks The nice guys. While promoting his latest movie, The gray man The actor was asked by famed MCU directors Joe and Anthony Russo about working with Marvel Studios. Despite debunking previous Nova casting rumors, Gosling revealed the Marvel character he would play in the MCU: the spirit of vengeance, Ghost Rider.


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Now artist @Clements.ink is sharing some fan art on Instagram that suggests Gosling is indeed the best choice for the MCU’s Ghost Rider. Following the actor’s suggestion, this new play imagines half his skull on fire. Check it out below:

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Before Marvel Studios got the rights to the character, the Johnny Blaze versions of Ghost Rider (Nicolas Cage) appeared in two non-MCU films in 2007 and 2012. Then the Robbie Reyes (Gabriel Luna) version of Ghost Rider played a big part in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. This finished show is available now on Disney+, but has yet to be confirmed as MCU canon. In the years since Marvel ended its relationship with Netflix/ABC, characters like Daredevil and Kingpin have made appearances in the MCU. This signals the studio’s intent to implement the Defenders verse, but it doesn’t Agents of SHIELDwhich could be written off as taking place in a different timeline.

Fans have long suspected that Phase 4 of the MCU would introduce Marvel Comics’ Mephisto. Although the devil hasn’t appeared yet, Disney+’s moon knight explored the idea of ​​an underworld and implied the existence of others – meaning Mephisto aka Satan may be waiting to strike a deal with Johnny Blaze, Robbie Reyes or Danny Ketch. In addition, the introduction of Moon Knight could lead to the formation of the MCU‘s Midnight Sons, a team of supernatural superheroes formed by Ghost Riders Ketch and Blaze. The door is more than open to Gosling – who played a morally gray stuntman in it journey and drove in on a motorbike The place Beyond the Pines – to restart the character. Given that Disney/Marvel Studios often listens to fans, the actor’s latest comments and subsequent fan art could lead to a call from Kevin Feige.

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Source: Clements.ink/Instagram

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