Dan Aykroyd talks about keeping Ghostbusters 3 alive, Bill Murray’s involvement (or lack thereof ) and his hopes for Ghostbusters in Hell.
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Dan Aykroyd has confirmed that, after nearly a decade of uncertainty, Bill Murray will not be involved with the long-developing Ghostbusters sequel. “Ghostbusters 3 can be a successful movie without Bill,” he said.
Sony has hired Men in Black 3 and Tropic Thunder screenwriter Etan Cohen to take a stab at the script for the long-discussed Ghostbusters 3.
During an appearance promoting his Crystal Head Vodka, Dan Aykroyd revealed that Ghostbusters 3 continues development with a new writing staff for the sequel.
Dan Aykroyd reveals that the plan is to start shooting Ghostbusters 3 early next year, with or without Bill Murray.
Ivan Reitman offers updates on the status of Ghostbusters III, Baywatch and the Private Parts sequel.
Director Ivan Reitman says that many of the reports online about Ghostbusters 3 are untrue, and that star Bill Murray still has yet to read the script.
The fate of Sigourney Weaver’s character, Grace, in the original Avatar seemed to have been pretty clearly shown on-screen, but Weaver’s holding out for something more in the sequel. Spoilers, in case you somehow haven’t seen Avatar yet.
Another member of the original Ghostbusters squad is taking aim at the erstwhile Peter Venkman, as Hudson describes the Oscar-nominated actor as “the hold up” in the development of a second sequel.
Based on the various stops-and-starts surrounding the fabled third installment of the Ghostbusters franchise, it’s best to take the following with a ghastly grain of salt — but according to some sources, the movie could begin production as early as next May.
It’s no secret that the third Ghostbusters film — if it ever gets off the ground, which Bill Murray undoubtedly hopes it doesn’t — will focus on a group of new trainees taking over the business. But what about the original quartet of Ghostbusters? According to Dan Aykroyd, they’re… well, they’re not doing so well.
So, whatever happened to that supposedly on-the-way third Ghostbuster movie? It’s that dastardly Bill Murray’s fault that it hasn’t arrived yet, isn’t it? Well, not exactly — at least not if you ask Murray himself.