Dan Aykroyd: New Ghostbusters film ‘being written’ for original stars
Who you going to call? Possibly, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson.
Who you going to call? Possibly, the first enduring Ghostbusters.
Dan Aykroyd, one of the stars of the first 1984 film, said on AXS TV’s The Big Interview With Dan Rather Tuesday that another interpretation of the film is “being composed at this moment.”
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“There is a probability of a gathering with the three residual Ghostbusters. That would incorporate Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson. Star Harold Ramis, who played Ghostbuster Egon Spengler, kicked the bucket in 2014.
Aykroyd even trusts co-star Bill Murray will wear the celebrated tan jumpsuit by and by. Murray had recently said he wouldn’t come back to the arrangement.
“I figure Billy will come,”Aykroyd told Rather. “The story’s so great. Regardless of whether he plays an apparition.”
In spite of the fact that Aykroyd is giving new, particular subtle elements, the possibility of a third Ghostbusters with the first give is about a role as new as a unique box of Ecto Cooler.
The parody was changed in 2016 with an all-female cast, yet as far back as Ghostbusters II turned out in 1989 as the spin-off of the 1984 unique, there’s been discussion of a third film rejoining the first on-screen characters. (Film School Rejects includes a thorough history of the considerable number of times this idea has been hurled around.)
Sony Pictures did not promptly react to a demand for input. Another film would have an auspicious tie-in: as Ghostbusters News brings up, 2019 is the 35th commemoration of the first motion picture.