Ghost Rider has made a big comeback thanks to Agents of SHIELD season 4, with actor Gabriel Luna making the new Robbie Reyes version of The Rider a household name. Marvel fans have been so pleased with the reboot that there have been continuous calls to see the new Ghost Rider branch out wider into the Marvel Cinematic Universe - with the most common suggestion being that the character should headline his own Netflix series.
We here at Comicbook.com had the opportunity to speak with Gabriel Luna (see the video above), and ask about whether a Ghost Rider getting his own Netflix series was even a possibility. According to Luna, it's more than a possibility: there's already structure in place to make it happen.
Regarding how Ghost Rider transitions from Agents of SHIELD to his own solo venture, Luna told us, "I don't have a preference. People talk about 'Ah man he'd be great as a feature,' which is [an] idea too... It could be in the cinema, it could live on Netflix, whatever it is."
Getting a little bit more concrete, Luna revealed to us that Marvel Studios has (of course) plotted out the potential for a new Ghost Rider franchise, and has those pathways already structured:
"It's been talked about, there's definitely deals in place for that potential. But I just take it one day at a time. I have so much fun now I just want to make sure I get these episodes right. If they throw more episodes on my plate, I will do my best to do well with those stories as well."
Marvel fans, would you like to see Luna's Ghost Rider get another shot at a movie franchise? Or (like us) are you hungry for a dark and violent supernatural superhero series on Netflix?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments or on Twitter @ComicBookNOW - and stay tuned for more great interviews!
Agents of SHIELD: Ghost Rider will return on Tuesday, November 29 @ 10/9c on ABC.