I know, guys. I'm sick of this, too. But I love Dan Aykroyd a ton and I'm really hoping this isn't more blather. The actor sat down with the "Today Show" where he suggested the film would, in fact, kick off this spring!
And the merry-go-round that is Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel continues spinning as some more non-news has hit the Net with regard to the long-gestating project's director. The Wrap reports that a name familiar to the horror crowd is now in the mix...
It was announced awhile back that Ivan Reitman wouldn't be directing Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel and that the directing duo from The Lego Movie were stepping in to take the reins. That was then. Everything is not awesome.
Earlier this week we learned that while Ivan Reitman won't be directing Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel, the studio is looking to start production early next year, with Reitman helping them to find a replacement director. And it looks like he's found not one, but two of them. Read on, if you aint afraid of no ghosts!
It's a true tragedy that the principals behind Ghostbusters III sat on the project so long. There's no denying that although this news is good, it's bittersweet. Harold Ramis' presence will be sorely missed.
It was the mid-80s. I couldn’t have been older than seven or eight... three feet of trouble in constant search of quality entertainment. It didn’t matter if it was unearthed outdoors or discovered on a couch in Los Angeles at my Uncle Frank’s house.
It is with truly heavy hearts that we say goodbye to a true legend in the industry. Harold Ramis has passed on at the all too young age of just 69. Read on for details and to express your condolences.
A few weeks back it was reported that both Jonah Hill and Emma Stone were offered parts in Ghostbusters III. Today more non-news surrounding this casting update has come to light, and we still don't care.
Could it be? Following up on the recent rumor that both Jonah Hill and Emma Stone were offered leads in the long talked about third entry into the Ghostbusters franchise, word has come of a possible filming location.
If we had the scratch, I promise you we would fully fund Ghostbusters III just to put an end to all of the bullshit stories that have been haunting us for several years now.
I don't know about you cats, but I won't be happy until Slimer gets a chance to talk Ghostbusters 3. In any event Rick Moranis, who played Louis Tully in the first two films, has chimed in on the shenanigans. Read on for details.
Santa Claus. The Tooth Fairy. Unicorns. Bigfoot. Nessie. Ghostbusters 3. Yep, in terms of reality they all seem to be related. Still, that hasn't stopped Dan Aykroyd from going on "Larry King Now" to talk about plot details from the mythical third film in the Ghostbusters franchise.
Dan Aykroyd is at it again. In a recent interview with ABC News, he revealed some small and inconsequential nuggets regarding Ghostbusters 3. Read on if you care.... in our case we're pretty numbed by it all at this point.
It's on again, it's off again. Bill Murray is not in the cast, Bill Murray is in the cast, Bill Murray is out of the cast. Such has been the constant flux that is the making of Ghostbusters III, but star/producer Dan Aykroyd says it's time to make it or move on.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Ghostbusters III news. Blah, blah, blah. Aiming for this. Shooting for that. Reboot. Sequel. Bill Murray undecided. Playing golf. Dan Aykroyd spews some more stuff about a script. Start date this. Scrapping that. Does anyone care anymore?