Phil Lord and Chris Miller truly seem to have the Midas touch. As the duo explained to us while on the set of the upcoming 22 Jump Street, every feature project they have taken on - from Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs to 21 Jump Street to The LEGO Movie - seemed like a terrible idea at the start of its development, but they have managed to create gold each and every time out.
After many, many, many years of false starts and rumors, it's tremendously hard to really trust Ghostbusters 3 stories anymore, but we may now be closer than ever to seeing the film actually happen
No matter how many times we hear about it, no matter how many updates we get from the cast and crew, I truly believe that we will never see a Ghostbusters 3. While we've been hearing rumors about the project for years, it's never been able to get beyond the script stage, yet people keep asking the filmmakers and actors about it, and they seem to insist that we will someday see a sequel.
Like the last bit of news we heard on Dan Aykroyd's long promised—or long threatened, depending on how you look at it—Ghostbusters III, the latest update comes not from a trusted industry trade, but from a local news team. WIVB4 of New York snagged a few moments with Aykroyd as he signed bottles at a liquor store in Amherst, promoting his Crystal Head Vodka.
This is the first time Aykroyd has gone on record to confirm that Murray will not be involved in any sequel. And while the comedian tells the interviewer that they’re “not going to do a movie that exploits the franchise,” I think the only reasonable thing to do at this point is cut your loses and stop all of this foolish talk. No one wants to see a Ghostbusters film without Murray. We’re not even sure we’re be interested in Ghostbusters 3 with Murray on the team.
Leading in about Aykroyd's comments, I asked if she was anticipating a return to the franchise if it does end up getting started next year. "Well I guess Peter Venkman is dead," Weaver started. "Dana without… I guess his spectre always was with her, whether she liked it or not." Continuing about her hopes for the project, the actress seemed hesitant, but also hopeful about the movie
Ever since 2007 when it was reported that the possibility of a Ghostbusters III was still alive, we've been barraged with rumor after rumor about the production, from details about who from the
Late last month it was reported that Saturday Night Live players Will Forte and Bill Hader were being considered for roles in the long-rumored Ghostbusters III, and then it was confirmed
A few months back, while in an interview with Bill Murray, the actor remarked, regarding Ghostbusters III, "Until someone actually creates a great script it’s just hogwash, it doesn’t mean anything."
The original Ghostbusters cast has been milling around for awhile now teasing the possibility of a third entry in the franchise. While it seems likely that most of the cast, even Bill Murray, might be on board with doing it one of the big questions