A Disaster Of Biblical Proportions or Yes It's True, This Film Has No Peter
Have you heard? Ghostbusters 3 is coming! Exciting news for all those fans who treasure Ghostbusters 2.
playing ghosts himself.) According to Dan Aykroyd, the main talent behind the new sequel, this means Murray's abrogated all rights to have any say in the film. Great, so it's a go. Except they still need funding--like every other movie that's never been produced. But Aykroyd is optimistic.
How to deal with the missing--one would think essential--character? The script, apparently, will let the old Ghostbusters hand things off to a new generation. Wait a second, didn't Aykroyd already destroy the Blues Brothers franchise--such as it was--the same way?
Are there any other old films of his he'd like another whack at? Spies Like Us without Chevy Chase? Driving Miss Daisy without Miss Daisy? 1941 without the war? Have at it.