08
Jan
11

Ivan Reitman Talks About Ghostbusters III

CinemaBlend recently spoke with director Ivan Reitman on all the rumors regarding Ghostbusters 3. Over the last 2 years there has been a lot of misinformation regarding the project.  A lot of that misinformation can be attributed to Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray.

Reitman tells CinemaBlend:

Virtually everything you’ve read on the internet [about Ghostbusters III] is not accurate.

There have been reports that Ghostbusters 3 will start shooting as early as this May.  Reitman says that the film still needs to be casted but they

have some actors who seem to be interested in doing it, a ton of interest in the film.

Reitman also told CinemaBlend that the script was just finished last month and needs to be given to Murray for notes and approval.

Reitman also spoke to Comingsoon.net about the rumored idea that Dana and Peter’s son be leading the Ghostbusters and Murray appearing as a Ghost:

Oh, no, yeah… I mean, Sigourney Weaver has a role in this movie. All the original characters have parts. As well as a whole bunch of new characters… it’s got a really good story, this one. Maybe the best of the whole series. I hope we get to do it.

It’s amazing that over 20 years ago Ghostbusters II came out and people are still clamoring for another film.  I don’t understand why they have waited so long for the next one.  In a day where people dread at times hearing about sequels there is a lot of demand for Ghostbusters III.  Hopefully now that a script is complete the film will be made.  We’ve waited long enough!

 

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