Writer loses Ghost Rider battle

BBC News

The rights to Marvel Comics hero Ghost Rider – played by Nicolas Cage in two films – belong to the firm and not the writer who conceived him in the 1970s, a New York judge has ruled.

Gary Friedrich launched a legal bid to cash in on film rights in 2007.

The judge ruled that, as he had cashed cheques from Marvel, he had no case.

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