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BAMJoe wrote:Why not get Reitman's son.
He's to big for that shit...OSCAR NOMINATED...HELLO!
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Ray Stantz Updates Ghostbusters 3
What's the word on the ECTO-1's return?
October 7, 2010
by Phil Pirrello
In the latest round of "Is Ghostbusters 3 Happening Or Not?" teeter-totter, Ray Stantz, aka Dan Aykroyd, tells us that the light is green and the trap is clean on the sequel. Straight from his RV where he's selling vodka *Record screech*
Aykroyd, while promoting his brand of Crystal Head Vodka, told the press according to SlashFilm.com that not only is the script for the threequel in a good place, but that Aykroyd and Harold Ramis (Egon) are taking a stab at a rewrite. This news comes after Bill Murray (Dr. Venkman!) recently disparaged the quality of the script, written by The Office and Year One scribes Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg.
"I think [Bill Murray] was concerned that the writing on Ghostbusters 3 by these guys would not be up to standard, but I can tell you first hand, I'm working on the script now and those two — Stupnitsky and Eisenberg —wrote Bill the comic role of a lifetime," Aykroyd said. "And the new Ghostbusters and the old are all well represented in it... we have a strong first draft that Harold [Ramis] and I will take back, and I'm very excited about working on it."
We hope that means they give some scenes to Louis Tully, or his clients Ted and Annette Fleming.
Jon Salwen wrote:Good. I can't see how this would be good.
We got one great movie and a meh sequel. I don't need another Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls.
some idiot on facebook wrote:I don't like your belittling tone, Jude. Just because I don't know how to spell the language of some tiny African nation doesn't mean that I'm wrong in thinking that your attitude towards women is 100% wrong. Obviously, you're some skinny, single nerd living on the East Coast who probably derives value in life from wrestling matches, hoping that Wolverine gets to sleep with teenagers and engaging in casual drug use. You're literally the worst thing to happen to comics since Stan Lee.
Not a Dan Aykroyd Ghostbusters Update
So it may actually be true then.
October 15, 2010
by Scott Collura
Your weekly Ghostbusters 3 rumor has arrived, but this time it actually doesn't come from Dan Aykroyd. So maybe there's something to it then...
Bloody Disgusting reports that Ghostbusters Italia (don't ask us) was at Rome's Ghostbusters Day 2010 last weekend. And that Stefano Paganini, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's product manager for Catalogue, Animation and TV Series, said the following at the event: "I spoke about this night with my boss from Los Angeles. She allowed me to let you know that the script of Ghostbusters 3 has been approved so the engine has been turned on!"
Hmmm. An odd way to make the announcement, but we'll go with it… for now. Or until Aykroyd opens his mouth again.
Jude Terror wrote:I hope this gets made. Fuck you haters.
"When do we get to see 'Ghostbusters 3'?" You know it's the first thing you'd ask director Ivan Reitman. ComingSoon.net got a chance to sit down with the man who brought us Slimer to chat about his new film No Strings Attached. Sure, we talked about the film, (check back for our interview soon) but there was no way we were leaving the room without getting the scoop on whether we'd see the proton packs again. There has been plenty of news, from who's read the script and who hated it to whether Venkman's son would be taking over the business. Here's what Reitman has to say.
ComingSoon.net: So, you know we have to ask you what's going on with "Ghostbusters 3," right?
Ivan Reitman: [laughs] We have a really good script, but Bill (Murray) has to read it. He hasn't read it. There has been all kinds of chatter online about him reading it and not liking it. He has not read a thing. He's never read anything. And I just sent it to him. So we'll see. God knows how long that will take. But we'll see.
CS: There have been a ton of stories online. Lots of back and forth...
Reitman: There is almost nothing that is accurate online about that film. Will you write that for me?
CS: I will!
Reitman: There is nothing... I mean, all these stories... there has been a ton of stuff about casting, about who's in... none of it is true.
CS: The whole Sigourney Weaver thing about her son taking over and Bill Murray coming back as a ghost...
Reitman: 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.
Dragavon wrote:He's being diplomatic again.
Zechs wrote:I have to repress you more. You're way too goodie two shoes.
Fat Ollie Weeks wrote:I swear to God, you are so boring sometimes I think you're just a stealth-mod-bot that Jude has coded.
Benderbrau wrote:Ivan Reitman says `Ghostbusters 3' script is ready
LOS ANGELES – Power up that Proton Pack: "Ghostbusters 3" is closer to becoming a reality.
Ivan Reitman, who directed and produced the first two "Ghostbusters" movies, says "a very good script" for the third installment in the comic ghost-hunting tale has been sent to star Bill Murray.
Reitman said Friday that "nothing you've read on the Internet is accurate" and that Murray hasn't yet read the "Ghostbusters 3" script.
But the filmmaker is confident about its content, saying "it's good enough to do, to take the risk of doing again."
Reitman's latest project is the romantic comedy "No Strings Attached," starring Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher. It opens Jan. 21.