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Ghostbusters - Jason Reitman to direct sequel to Ghostbusters 2

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Split this off into its own topic as it does genuinely seem to be happening. 

 

I can't see them getting Bill Murray back. 

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27 minutes ago, SpagMasterSwift said:

Ghostbusters 2 wasn’t that bad...

I think it's unwatchable, but I've seen Answer the Call three times. Cast is fantastic, it was a mistake to ad lib so much and the ending is dire but they deserved a second shot and a better script given how it's acceptable nowadays to have a success like Crimes of Grindelwald or the Marvel movies and just go "oh, it made no sense but it's building to something so that's ok."

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5 minutes ago, Stigweard said:

Get Lord and Miller in to help write it. They'd be great with an IP like Ghostbusters 

They are terrific. Such a shame about Solo. But Reitman's track record is pretty amazing in itself.

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4 minutes ago, Stigweard said:

 

What if you didn't care about the woman being leads but just thought it was a shit film? Are we allowed to do that?

Not on Twitter.

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2 hours ago, Goose said:

Split this off into its own topic as it does genuinely seem to be happening. 

 

I can't see them getting Bill Murray back. 

@Goose there was an interview at the end of last year if i rember that Akyroid was hinting that this was coming and that after many years Murry may be on board - im guessing for Sony to greenlite this then murry prob has to be as i cant see them ready to jump back into the franchise so soon after the failure of answer the call - unless they could reunite the old cast somehow ala force awakens

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Bring Murray back as a ghost. They may do something interesting with that and he may be up for something different like that too. 

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8 minutes ago, JohnC said:

Bring Murray back as a ghost. They may do something interesting with that and he may be up for something different like that too. 

 

"I wouldn't be seen dead in a ghostbusters sequel"

"how about a bag of money, and we make you a ghost?"

"am I busted in the first reel?"

"sure"

"sign me up!"

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3 hours ago, robotattack said:

 

The one with the wimmin in that made some men as furious as they are about a Gillette advert.

 

So much so that they complained that is should be made non-canon.

 

And in the end after all that noise and fury...they got their wish.

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2 hours ago, JohnC said:

Bring Murray back as a ghost. They may do something interesting with that and he may be up for something different like that too. 

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48 minutes ago, Unofficial Who said:

The non-canon alternate universe Ghostbusters movie. See also Highlander 2 and the Peter Cushing Dr Who movies.

I still find the unironic use of "canon" to describe genre fiction plot-lines semi-hilarious when I remember how ridiculous it sounds to liken nerds arguing on a BBS to dark ages monks illuminating holy manuscripts. Though maybe that's the point..

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