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Ghostbusters to start shooting in 2015; Ivan Reitman steps down from helming

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After the passing of Harold Ramis, a decision had to be made about what to do with GHOSTBUSTERS 3. While the original actors only had minor roles, the absence of Ramis would undoubtedly change things with another film, and it seems that it has.

GHOSTBUSTERS 3 is eyeing a start date of early 2015, however, Ivan Reitman will be stepping down as director. The original helmer will stay on as producer, and will help Sony co-chair and producer Amy Pascal find another director for the project.

Ramis spoke extensively with Deadline about his decision to step down:

There has been all kinds of stuff, unofficially written about Ghostbusters. I’ve been reading things online for about four years, speculation on who’s writing, what they’re writing, who’s in it, who we will use, and who’s directing. We’d decided not to comment up till now, I wasn’t sure what I was going to do, and it was never clear what Bill was going to do. A lot of things happened in the last few months, the most significant of which was the passing of Harold, who was a very good friend who was extraordinarily influential in my career. We did five movies together including both Ghostbusters.

The director mentions that it was hard to get ahold of Murray who was not available when he tried to reach him about reprising his role. Basically he never gave a definitive answer on the subject. Despite this, they still kept going with writer Etan Cohen and Dan Akroyd helping out. Ramis started to become increasingly ill in the past three years, and they hoped that he would get better…unfortunately, that didn’t happen.

Reitman continued to speak about his departure, and how it was already in his thoughts

It’s a version of Ghostbusters that has the originals in a very minor role. When I came back from Harold’s funeral, it was really moving and it made me think about a lot of things. I’d just finished directing Draft Day, which I’m really happy with and proud of. Working on a film that is smaller and more dramatic was so much fun and satisfying. I just finally met with Amy and Doug Belgrad when I got back. I said I’d been thinking about it for weeks, that I’d rather just produce this Ghostbusters. I told them I thought I could help but let’s find a really good director and make it with him. So that’s what we’ve agreed will happen. I didn’t want all kinds of speculation about what happened with me, that is the real story.

It was such an amazing time in my life 30 years ago, and I felt that way on the second film. With Harold no longer with us I couldn’t see it. It really seems to have resonated, an I think a lot of adults who saw it when they were younger have shown it to their kids and they seem to respond much the same way. Sony sees this as a huge worldwide opportunity, and it eager to make the film.

Right now they are focused on finding a director then a new cast. Reitman intends to keep the spirit of the first film with it being set in New York, and hopes that they can get started as soon as Fall but are expecting to begin in early 2015. Earlier in the conversation he made mention that he, as well as the studio were pleased with the script from Cohen.

I completely respect Reitman’s decision, and am glad he decided to speak on the subject at such great length. While it would have been awesome with Reitman back on board, we always have two GHOSTBUSTERS films to fondly watch whenever we want.

Extra Tidbit: Who do you think would be a good choice to helm the next generation of Ghostbusters?
Source: Deadline

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3:44PM on 03/19/2014

"Ramis spoke extensively with Deadline about his decision to step down:"

SMH -_-

So was this the ghost (no pun intended) of Harold giving interviews?

For f*ck's sake PROOF READ!

And on a side note... This just seems like a deliberate attempt to cash in.
SMH -_-

So was this the ghost (no pun intended) of Harold giving interviews?

For f*ck's sake PROOF READ!

And on a side note... This just seems like a deliberate attempt to cash in.
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1:02PM on 03/19/2014

so much potential

I agree with some comments that there are more ways to go with the ghostbusters universe, maybe nowadays it has become a big business like insect exterminators or something with more competative corporations, maybe a small group of ghostbusters still use traditional weapons against a big corporation that uses bigger and better tech stuff, mahbe even doing tests with ghosts which go horribly wrong.
I agree with some comments that there are more ways to go with the ghostbusters universe, maybe nowadays it has become a big business like insect exterminators or something with more competative corporations, maybe a small group of ghostbusters still use traditional weapons against a big corporation that uses bigger and better tech stuff, mahbe even doing tests with ghosts which go horribly wrong.
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12:56PM on 03/19/2014
Ramis was the only reason we were going to get a "good" Ghostbusters, because he was the one (and Reitman) that was so adamant about not putting the movie out unless the script was good. Dan Akroyd has been the one trying to push this thing out for years, no matter the quality, and now we're going to get a sub-par, if not insulting Ghostbusters sequel. I would prefer a sequel with original cast over reboot, but now, I don't see a point. If Murray jumped on board, MAYBE. But that would probably
Ramis was the only reason we were going to get a "good" Ghostbusters, because he was the one (and Reitman) that was so adamant about not putting the movie out unless the script was good. Dan Akroyd has been the one trying to push this thing out for years, no matter the quality, and now we're going to get a sub-par, if not insulting Ghostbusters sequel. I would prefer a sequel with original cast over reboot, but now, I don't see a point. If Murray jumped on board, MAYBE. But that would probably mean Reitman was directing. God, I hope I'm wrong...
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10:51AM on 03/19/2014

It's over.

Stop.
Stop.
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9:56AM on 03/19/2014

Please.

Stop.
Stop.
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9:37AM on 03/19/2014
Another Ghostbusters film will happen, simple as that.
Fans of the originals will hate on it, perhaps justifiably so, but it's such a great concept and is so marketable that another film (perhaps not a sequel) is inevitable.
I don't think a 2015 start date is unreasonable, but now's probably not the best time to be discussing it.
End of the day, for Sony it's a bankable franchise with immediate brand recognition, and like it or not that's often the reason certain films get made.
There's no
Another Ghostbusters film will happen, simple as that.
Fans of the originals will hate on it, perhaps justifiably so, but it's such a great concept and is so marketable that another film (perhaps not a sequel) is inevitable.
I don't think a 2015 start date is unreasonable, but now's probably not the best time to be discussing it.
End of the day, for Sony it's a bankable franchise with immediate brand recognition, and like it or not that's often the reason certain films get made.
There's no excuse for making a bad film out of this, because even without the original cast the concept has so much potential, but I don't think anyone really wants the studios/producers speculating on this right now.
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9:02AM on 03/19/2014
Ramis was working on the script up until his death, so you have to figure that he would have wanted for this project to come to fruition. It's sad he won't be a part of the cast, but it obviously had his blessing because he wouldn't have wasted his time on it otherwise. Bring it on.
Ramis was working on the script up until his death, so you have to figure that he would have wanted for this project to come to fruition. It's sad he won't be a part of the cast, but it obviously had his blessing because he wouldn't have wasted his time on it otherwise. Bring it on.
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8:35AM on 03/19/2014
How many times have we heard this. Stop production and let this thing die, no one wants to see our beloved childhood movie reduced to a sub par script.
How many times have we heard this. Stop production and let this thing die, no one wants to see our beloved childhood movie reduced to a sub par script.
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8:04AM on 03/19/2014

Not to split hairs but....

"Ramis spoke extensively with Deadline about his decision to step down:"
Yeah, that should be Reitman
"Ramis spoke extensively with Deadline about his decision to step down:"
Yeah, that should be Reitman
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7:04AM on 03/19/2014

I'm gonna say it....

... I'm actually very happy they're making a third film.

And they do need to do it ASAP.

The thing I like is that they're making the reboot a sequel. By including original cast (even if that ends up being just Aykroyd) it shows a level of respect to original films. We aren't meant to forget they existed - if anything, it almost elevates them to legend status.

Would the original series of Star Trek still be so highly in our pop culture if The Next Generation hadn't come along?

I'm
... I'm actually very happy they're making a third film.

And they do need to do it ASAP.

The thing I like is that they're making the reboot a sequel. By including original cast (even if that ends up being just Aykroyd) it shows a level of respect to original films. We aren't meant to forget they existed - if anything, it almost elevates them to legend status.

Would the original series of Star Trek still be so highly in our pop culture if The Next Generation hadn't come along?

I'm all for - what will essentially be - 'Ghostbusters: The Next Generation' - guided by the original voices. Because if this doesn't happen soonish, we'll be asked to forget the likes of Ramis as we discuss who should play Venkman, Spengler etc in a 'Cast This' .

THAT I have a problem with.
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6:24AM on 03/19/2014

No More Ghost Busting

What the heck?? I mean the movie wouldnt get made for years...now Sony is finally pushing ahead? Without Ramis, Ivan Reitman, and Murray...WHAT IS THE POINT? I thought the cast had a powerful say on if the movie would be made,,,,if I was Ernie Hudson, Dan Aykroyd, I would stop production of Ghost Busters III, and just made an awesome documentary on the TWO movies and the fans and call it goood.

What the heck?? I mean the movie wouldnt get made for years...now Sony is finally pushing ahead? Without Ramis, Ivan Reitman, and Murray...WHAT IS THE POINT? I thought the cast had a powerful say on if the movie would be made,,,,if I was Ernie Hudson, Dan Aykroyd, I would stop production of Ghost Busters III, and just made an awesome documentary on the TWO movies and the fans and call it goood.

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5:24AM on 03/19/2014
I think the casting would have to be spot on in order to bring a new generation in successfully. I think part of the charm with the first two was the dynamics and chemistry between the characters, was it because these guys were also friends and had a huge part in the writing process aswell? Its gonna be a tall order to get this off successfully without Ramis (and Reitman as director). I can already see the casting process going straight to the likes of seth rogen, james franco and Jonah Hill.
I think the casting would have to be spot on in order to bring a new generation in successfully. I think part of the charm with the first two was the dynamics and chemistry between the characters, was it because these guys were also friends and had a huge part in the writing process aswell? Its gonna be a tall order to get this off successfully without Ramis (and Reitman as director). I can already see the casting process going straight to the likes of seth rogen, james franco and Jonah Hill. (Lets see)
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4:37AM on 03/19/2014
James Bond will go on forever, why can't the Ghostbusters? I don't want Indiana Jones movies to stop being made because Harrison Ford is too old or dies. The same could be said for Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Cap, Supes, etc. The list literally goes on and on...these characters are immortal and should continue long past our lives. Now, that's not to say that the Ghostbusters deserve the same exact treatment, but the series lends itself to the reality that the Ghostbusters (in their world)
James Bond will go on forever, why can't the Ghostbusters? I don't want Indiana Jones movies to stop being made because Harrison Ford is too old or dies. The same could be said for Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Cap, Supes, etc. The list literally goes on and on...these characters are immortal and should continue long past our lives. Now, that's not to say that the Ghostbusters deserve the same exact treatment, but the series lends itself to the reality that the Ghostbusters (in their world) would have become a franchise. Like PD and FD all over America, there would be Ghostbuster stations. Why can't we explore the world of Ghostbusters with a new crew? Hell, it doesn't even have to be set in NY. The opportunity is there and I for one want to see more action-comedy with an ensemble cast that wear's proton packs and aren't afraid of no ghosts.
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11:00AM on 03/19/2014
I agree with most of what you said but in the case of Indy, Harrison Ford is the only actor to have played him so essentially in most minds Harrison IS Indiana Jones. Hard to see another actor stepping into that role...
I agree with most of what you said but in the case of Indy, Harrison Ford is the only actor to have played him so essentially in most minds Harrison IS Indiana Jones. Hard to see another actor stepping into that role...
3:50AM on 03/19/2014
There is no movie, only greed
There is no movie, only greed
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3:03AM on 03/19/2014
Why now? Of all times, why must Sony be pushing forward during what is undoubtably the darkest time in Ghostbusters fandom? With the loss of Harold Ramis so fresh this is the last thing I want to hear. I love Dan Aykroyd and Ivan Reitman, and I always will, but they don't need to make this movie. I think it would be disrespectful to Mr. Ramis to start shooting so quickly. Especially with a new director who will just make a soulless modern "comedy" mess out of it. The video game was Ghostbusters
Why now? Of all times, why must Sony be pushing forward during what is undoubtably the darkest time in Ghostbusters fandom? With the loss of Harold Ramis so fresh this is the last thing I want to hear. I love Dan Aykroyd and Ivan Reitman, and I always will, but they don't need to make this movie. I think it would be disrespectful to Mr. Ramis to start shooting so quickly. Especially with a new director who will just make a soulless modern "comedy" mess out of it. The video game was Ghostbusters III. It had all four of the orginal guys back and it was exactly what it needed to be. If anybody needs a new Ghostbusters fix, the comic book being published monthly by IDW is fun and made by true GB fans - those guys get it. There's no need for a third movie, especially now.
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1:13AM on 03/19/2014

I blame Bill Murray.

Yeah, I said it. Give me a thumbs down if you disagree. I don't care anymore. If only he'd been on board from the get-go and stopped being such a drama queen while sucking Wes Anderson's ballsack, the movie would have been made years ago with Reitman and Ramis. I love Ghostbusters, but we won't be getting a proper sequel anymore.
Yeah, I said it. Give me a thumbs down if you disagree. I don't care anymore. If only he'd been on board from the get-go and stopped being such a drama queen while sucking Wes Anderson's ballsack, the movie would have been made years ago with Reitman and Ramis. I love Ghostbusters, but we won't be getting a proper sequel anymore.
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5:18AM on 03/19/2014
I disagree, Ramis said it would have only got made if the story and script were right, they were still in a process of building the story at the point that he died. Dan Akroyd had also been supplying ideas over the years. But like Ramis said they werent going to make it unless it was good enough to do so.
I disagree, Ramis said it would have only got made if the story and script were right, they were still in a process of building the story at the point that he died. Dan Akroyd had also been supplying ideas over the years. But like Ramis said they werent going to make it unless it was good enough to do so.
10:53AM on 03/19/2014
Anything Wes Anderson did with Bill Murray would have been better then anything this film would have come up with.

I respect Murray for what he did.
Anything Wes Anderson did with Bill Murray would have been better then anything this film would have come up with.

I respect Murray for what he did.
8:50PM on 03/19/2014
Maybe, but the script process would have accelerated a bit if Bill hadn't been wishy washy about being in the film or not. He even said that he would only be in the film if he was a ghost. I don't even know if he was serious about that. Also, how can you respect a man who decided to break off with Ramis after Groundhog's day over nothing. Ramis even mentioned Bill having erratic behavior over pride and being irrationally mean and unavailable. I ain't saying he should stop making Wes Anderson
Maybe, but the script process would have accelerated a bit if Bill hadn't been wishy washy about being in the film or not. He even said that he would only be in the film if he was a ghost. I don't even know if he was serious about that. Also, how can you respect a man who decided to break off with Ramis after Groundhog's day over nothing. Ramis even mentioned Bill having erratic behavior over pride and being irrationally mean and unavailable. I ain't saying he should stop making Wes Anderson films, but you know something is wrong when you have time to do two Garfield movies. God, I miss the movies of Bill and Ramis working together with titles like Caddyshack and stripes. Anyways I'm just upset, but there's nothing that can be done.
12:55AM on 03/19/2014
When Evolution came out in 2001 (starring David Duchovny, directed by Reitman, himself) I kinda saw that as an indirect reboot of Ghostbusters. I mean it was aliens instead of ghosts, but overall same premise. If the main characters of this sequel are only in this briefly is it really necessary to call this Ghostbusters or is it just to make money off the name? I think we all know the answer.
When Evolution came out in 2001 (starring David Duchovny, directed by Reitman, himself) I kinda saw that as an indirect reboot of Ghostbusters. I mean it was aliens instead of ghosts, but overall same premise. If the main characters of this sequel are only in this briefly is it really necessary to call this Ghostbusters or is it just to make money off the name? I think we all know the answer.
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12:36AM on 03/19/2014
this movie does not need to be made
this movie does not need to be made
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12:00AM on 03/19/2014
You know what. Go ahead, make the damn movie. Ramis, Murray and Reitman won't be a part of it and neither will I. If these people want this movie SO BAD, they can have it. They are obviously going to do it no matter what we think. They can have their movie, but they are going to have it without me. I won't see it.
You know what. Go ahead, make the damn movie. Ramis, Murray and Reitman won't be a part of it and neither will I. If these people want this movie SO BAD, they can have it. They are obviously going to do it no matter what we think. They can have their movie, but they are going to have it without me. I won't see it.
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11:17PM on 03/18/2014
I feel like this film was already made, released, and bombed as much as its been talked about. Let it go.
I feel like this film was already made, released, and bombed as much as its been talked about. Let it go.
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10:56PM on 03/18/2014

FUCK NO

FUCK THIS.
We don't need it, nobody wants it, nobody wants to make it (except Dan Aykroyd & the money people).
STOP.
Just stop.
Please.
It's over.
FUCK THIS.
We don't need it, nobody wants it, nobody wants to make it (except Dan Aykroyd & the money people).
STOP.
Just stop.
Please.
It's over.
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10:44PM on 03/18/2014

Typo

On the first quote, it says "Ramis spoke extensively". It should say Reitman.

As for the film, I don't support this kind of movie making anymore therefore won't see the film should it get made. I'm perfectly content with G and G2 slipping further into legend.
On the first quote, it says "Ramis spoke extensively". It should say Reitman.

As for the film, I don't support this kind of movie making anymore therefore won't see the film should it get made. I'm perfectly content with G and G2 slipping further into legend.
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10:41PM on 03/18/2014

This is a good thing guys!

This just makes it MORE likely it'll never happen
This just makes it MORE likely it'll never happen
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10:26PM on 03/18/2014

Come on now....

Let's be honest, you can bitch and moan but you all will still watch this movie either in theaters or on video. This remake was going to happen eventually, just like all the others, so why not give it a chance. If its terrible then its terrible, at the very least the franchise will be introduced to a new generation, after all the last one was put out in what 92-93??
Let's be honest, you can bitch and moan but you all will still watch this movie either in theaters or on video. This remake was going to happen eventually, just like all the others, so why not give it a chance. If its terrible then its terrible, at the very least the franchise will be introduced to a new generation, after all the last one was put out in what 92-93??
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10:01PM on 03/18/2014
It's inevitable they're going to remake/reboot Ghostbusters any way. As for the new director, why not James Gunn? He seems to combine horror and comedy well. Case in point: Slither.
It's inevitable they're going to remake/reboot Ghostbusters any way. As for the new director, why not James Gunn? He seems to combine horror and comedy well. Case in point: Slither.
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2:00AM on 03/19/2014
Epic comment... I was agreeing with all of the negative comments until I came across this one. As sad as this entire situation is, this might be the best suggestion I've heard with regards to this long-gestating 3rd Ghostbusters flick.
Epic comment... I was agreeing with all of the negative comments until I came across this one. As sad as this entire situation is, this might be the best suggestion I've heard with regards to this long-gestating 3rd Ghostbusters flick.
5:36AM on 03/19/2014
Hey, thanks a lot, man. I for one don't want another Ghostbusters 3 without original casts at some point, especially when Harold Ramis passed away. But let's face it: they're going to reboot/remake the movie any way. I suggested James Gunn because I really like Slither as it combined horror and comedy really well. So far Guardians of the Galaxy is looking good so he can handle sci-fi pretty good too.
Hey, thanks a lot, man. I for one don't want another Ghostbusters 3 without original casts at some point, especially when Harold Ramis passed away. But let's face it: they're going to reboot/remake the movie any way. I suggested James Gunn because I really like Slither as it combined horror and comedy really well. So far Guardians of the Galaxy is looking good so he can handle sci-fi pretty good too.
9:57PM on 03/18/2014

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Taking adventage of th death of a man to make money ? WTF ?
Taking adventage of th death of a man to make money ? WTF ?
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9:48PM on 03/18/2014
I wonder if the same people who are against another Ghostbusters are also against Star Wars VII, since they're basically doing the same thing, transferring the story from the older characters to newer, younger ones. I love the Ghostbusters films and no one will ever replace the original cast, but I think there are opportunities to explore the concept further. Think of it as doing for comedy what Star Wars will do for fantasy/sci-fi.
I wonder if the same people who are against another Ghostbusters are also against Star Wars VII, since they're basically doing the same thing, transferring the story from the older characters to newer, younger ones. I love the Ghostbusters films and no one will ever replace the original cast, but I think there are opportunities to explore the concept further. Think of it as doing for comedy what Star Wars will do for fantasy/sci-fi.
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11:59PM on 03/18/2014
I don't think that the Ghostbusters films can compare to the Star Wars films this way. Ghostbusters is about serval characters fighting ghosts and Star Wars has a whole universe behind it. They can do a bunch of stand alones and focus on different characters. I'm not saying one is better than the other but Star Wars is way WAY bigger. Not many actors from the original trilogy were in the prequels and that was fine but recasting the Ghostbusters would never EVER work! Plus the Ghostbusters was
I don't think that the Ghostbusters films can compare to the Star Wars films this way. Ghostbusters is about serval characters fighting ghosts and Star Wars has a whole universe behind it. They can do a bunch of stand alones and focus on different characters. I'm not saying one is better than the other but Star Wars is way WAY bigger. Not many actors from the original trilogy were in the prequels and that was fine but recasting the Ghostbusters would never EVER work! Plus the Ghostbusters was pretty character and actor driven and, with a few exceptions, Star Wars had terrible acting. I won't even get started on the difference in the quality of dialogue between the two...
9:42PM on 03/18/2014
This is low....even for Hollywood. Is there really anyone asking for this film? Anyone?
This is low....even for Hollywood. Is there really anyone asking for this film? Anyone?
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9:40PM on 03/18/2014

Kill It!

Murray isn't interested,Ramis has sadly passed away (R.I.P.),and I'm not sure about Hudson or Akroyd.Do we really need another Ghostbusters.GB's 2 was a total let down.Why continue with this.The continuation of this threequel is worst than the casting in the Fantastic Four reboot.And the rumor about recasting the actors and hiring a new director and writer(s) was bogus.FUCK!
Murray isn't interested,Ramis has sadly passed away (R.I.P.),and I'm not sure about Hudson or Akroyd.Do we really need another Ghostbusters.GB's 2 was a total let down.Why continue with this.The continuation of this threequel is worst than the casting in the Fantastic Four reboot.And the rumor about recasting the actors and hiring a new director and writer(s) was bogus.FUCK!
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9:29PM on 03/18/2014
I would rather kill myself
I would rather kill myself
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9:24PM on 03/18/2014
not really sure who would be a good choice to direct this. Ramis is now gone, Murray doesn't seem like he wants to be in it, and neither does Hudson. Were only left with Aykroyd. Not sure how I feel about this, but maybe a great director and some great actors would help me decide.
not really sure who would be a good choice to direct this. Ramis is now gone, Murray doesn't seem like he wants to be in it, and neither does Hudson. Were only left with Aykroyd. Not sure how I feel about this, but maybe a great director and some great actors would help me decide.
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2:01AM on 03/19/2014
How about nobody... Except James Gunn.
How about nobody... Except James Gunn.
9:23PM on 03/18/2014

I don't understand...

..why they insist on continuing with this sequel. I absolutely love Ghostbusters but this production is beyond troubled; it's a train wreck. There is no way the movie can mimic the original films AND be a success. Generations of other movies have taken the Ghostbusters vibe, meaning that even if the film tries to mimic the original feel of the movie, it's just going to end up looking like a hundred other films; a severe case of "been there done that".
..why they insist on continuing with this sequel. I absolutely love Ghostbusters but this production is beyond troubled; it's a train wreck. There is no way the movie can mimic the original films AND be a success. Generations of other movies have taken the Ghostbusters vibe, meaning that even if the film tries to mimic the original feel of the movie, it's just going to end up looking like a hundred other films; a severe case of "been there done that".
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9:05PM on 03/18/2014

Kill it already.

Don't do it. Just don't do it, if they make this movie they'll be doing it out of pity, nothing more.
Don't do it. Just don't do it, if they make this movie they'll be doing it out of pity, nothing more.
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8:56PM on 03/18/2014
Oh for fuck's sake....
Oh for fuck's sake....
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