He might be one of our favorite parts of the Ghostbusters franchise, but apparently Ernie Hudson wasn't needed when it came time to make the Real Ghosbusters cartoon, even when he went and auditioned for the part.
It seems like we've been hearing about Ghostbusters 3 for decades (because we have), but original star Dan Aykroyd promises it's closer than ever—and he apparently already has a plan for part four.
Today, Ghostbusters is a classic of sci-fi comedy, beloved as much for its monsters as its one-liners. But apparently while it was being filmed, the flick pissed off one of the world's greatest sci-fi writers so much that he went to the set just so he could yell at the cast.
The plot thickens (and thickens again) for Ghostbusters 3, and the latest bit of intel indicates the long-awaited sequel might actually be a reboot.
Image of the Day: The Shat cosplays as a Ghostbuster (But why?)
We've been waiting more than two decades for Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis to strap on their proton packs one more time, and last we heard the chances for Ghostbusters 3 were good. But not so fast, because now we're hearing that Bill Murray—who always seemed reluctant—hates the new story so much that he shredded his script.
After watching the first two Terminator movies for the first time, my excited nephew told me, "There's a Terminator 3." I contradicted him, "No there's not." In response to his confusion, I explained how there are movies so disappointing that they can ruin the enjoyment of their predecessors.
Image of the Day: Ghostbusters + Star Wars = bye bye, Anakin
Ghostbusters was a terrific comedy from 1984 that has aged surprisingly well. Still, the folks at How It Should Have Ended believe that even the classics can be tweaked
Attending Comic-Con and hoping to get off the floor for a few hours to see some of New York? Here's one way to make sure you don't miss all the sci-fi related sights the city has to offer—such as Hook & Ladder 8 (the real-life Ghostbusters firehouse) or the Flatiron Building (which stood in for the Daily Bugle in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies).