Is there a more iconic scene in recent memory than that T-Rex looking at the kids through the window of the SUV, pupil dilating with the sweep of the flashlight, moments before he smashes the thing to scrap metal? I don't think so. And now you'll be able to experience it in all its glory on the big screen once again.
It's been over a month since the last bit of non-news for Ghostbusters 3, but lo and behold one of the driving forces behind the project (obviously not Bill Murray) just dropped some heavy info on the long talked about sequel.
Everyone remembers Ray Parker, Jr.’s classic “Ghostbusters” theme song. But how many of you remember Run DMC’s “Ghostbusters Rap” from the ill-advised sequel? If ever there ever was an argument against not making a third Ghostbusters, this embarrassing music video is it.
That's right! Ghostbusters II news. Why, you ask? Because there's nothing really to say about the third film in the franchise because Dr. Venkman is still too damned busy (or lazy) to just read the friggin' script and sign off either way.
You know when something just smells like bullshit? Apparently the long talked about sequel Ghostbusters 3 has begun auditioning actors in Los Angeles for a shoot to begin this July in Chicago, to have the film ready for release on Christmas of 2012. You know, just in time for the end of the world.
It's a sad time to be a Ghostbusters fan. Bill Murray refuses to take an hour out of his time to read a script. Ernie Hudson is still being disrespected. Slimer's in the market for lubricant. And now? The famed firehouse used in the movie is closing its doors thanks to budget cuts brought on by a shit economy.
It's funny how we can see everything Ghostbusters fired out in rapid fire succession, except of course for the third film. We've got your first look at Mattel's new toy line along with a peek at the Kotobukiya PVC figure!
Well, it's a new week and you know what that means, right? You guessed it! More Ghostbusters 3 ridiculousness! This time once again Bill Murray is being fingered as the problem child. I mean why not, right? You have to blame somebody! Round and round we continue to go.
And the merry-go-round known as Ghostbusters 3 news keeps on spinning into 2011. This latest bit of non-news comes courtesy of director Ivan Reitman, who now insists that all previous bits of news have been wrong. Le sigh.
And what week would be complete without more Ghostbusters 3 non-news? Well, at the very least this time it's coming from someone that we haven't heard from sixty times before, the fourth wheel in this not-so-well oiled machine, Ernie Hudson!
Yep. You knew it was bound to happen.
It just never stops. Every couple of weeks, sometimes even more frequently than that, more dirt is dished about the supposedly upcoming Ghostbusters 3. We don't know about you guys, but we feel like we've been on this merry-go-round way too long.
While Ghostbusters fans wait patiently ... ever so patiently ... for something ... anything ... concrete to come out of the ridiculously long fiasco that is the road to Ghostbusters 3, the guys over at Funny or Die! have released a video detailing the side of spirit warfare that we normally don't see.
When IDW Publishing first starting teasing its new Infestation series, we weren't sure how horror-centric it was going to be. Now, thanks to an announcement today out of the 2010 New York Comic Con, we know it's going to be very much in our genre as it entails, per the press release, "zombies, zombies, and more zombies."
Who needs all of the "he said, she said" headaches circling Ghostbusters 3? It's as if everyone involved forgot how much fun the movie and the experience was! Well ... everyone but us fans and comedy troupe Improv Everywhere.