Ghostbusters 3 Could Still Happen, Hopes Dan Aykroyd /Film

Lawrence Kim
November 15, 2018

If there's something unusual in your neighbourhood, you might be able to call the Ghostbusters once more (the original cast, that is).

The very first Ghostbusters film was released in 1984 starring Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson as the main protagonists, with Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis also starring.

Even before the latest edition though fans were begging out for an extension of the series, featuring the original cast, and if recent comments by original cast member and writer Dan Aykroyd are to be believed, then that wish may soon be granted.

There's a Ghostbusters III in the works and GB original Dan Akroyd thinks "the story is really good".

"I think Billy will come". Even if he plays a ghost.' he added, referring to Murray insisting several years ago that he should die in the first scene should a third movie be made. There were some other animated shows which had varied levels of success, but the majority of love people love for the franchise stems from these two movies and the remarkable chemistry of its cast Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson.

They are hired by Sigourney Weaver's affluent cellist to investigate odd occurrences in her high rise flat, which turn out to be the workings of a demonic spirit called Zuul.

News of the instalment has us asking many questions that will most likely go unanswered until the film progresses. Will Sigourney Weaver be involved?

If you're anxious about a reboot after the disappointing and harshly criticised 2016 female-led flick, don't be.

The original Ghostbusters is a bonafide classic but it's fair to say that Paul Feig's reboot didn't match the quality of Ivan Reitman's original.

The script is still in the writing phase, so there is no guarantee when or if it will be made.

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