The shooting schedule for Ghostrider 3 will be moved up to summer 2012 in order to precede the slated Brown’s Canyon Wilderness designation.
“I may be old skool, but helicopters, fast cars and money just doesn’t mix well with wilderness” said retired forest service employee Mike Sugaski.
“Boo!” say many locals who look past the torn flesh of melting skulls and see only green. A downtown merchant added “We’re very optimistic that angry zombies on choppers will be our ticket to financial success in 2012. We’ll sell them anything they want even if it means eternal damnation. Summer does mean money afterall.”
Sources from the Chaffee County Visitor’s Association say the economic development potential is just too hard to pass up with over 350 motorcycle riders in town to participate in the widely anticipated final scene. “Hotels will hopefully be full of folks during the height of filming on July 4th.” said one source.
The chase down State Highway 291 involving flaming zombies, sawed off shot guns and real motorcycle gangs will conclude at the corner of F street and 1st on July 3rd. This massive chase epitomizes the series and will bring to an end the final installment in the multi-million dollar Ghostrider trilogy.
Salida City Councilman Steve Stewart, and lifelong Cage fan said “it will be an honor to host the final episode of one of Cages greatest movie series. He was stunning in National Treasure, but I’ve totally loved Nick since Valley Girl.”
Ghostrider 3 – “Evil Skull Hunk Rides Again” will be in theatres in 2013, but may not appear in Salida.