Oh boy, here we go again. When there are a handful of egos involved in any project, there are bound to be problems. Such the case with Ghostbusters 3, Columbia Pictures’ hotly anticipated sequel that’s had its fair share of problems, most of which keep being swept publicly under the rug. While Dan Aykroyd plays “good cop”, the rest of the cast have been very outspoken about the “Bill Murray delays”. Ernie Hudon, who plays Winston Zeddemore in the Ghostbusters franchise, is the latest to chime in.
“Dan and Harold are working on the script,” Hudson tels Movie Mikes. “If it happens we will see but Bill has been the hold up. His definition of good is a little bit different than everybody elses. So we will see, I would love to see it happen. I know the fans have been asking for it … so hopefully.”
He continues, “Bill’s a great guy, he’s kind of quirky but I love him. He’s a guy who is very much into what he’s feeling. I know he really cares about his work, which is probably why there hasn’t been another Ghostbusters as of yet.”
Assuming the movie ever gets off the ground (a May start is rumored), Ivan Reitman will direct the returning cast of Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis, and Sigourney Weaver. Anna Faris, Bill Hader and Will Forte are three names being thrown around to join the cast.
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