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Harold Ramis remembered by friends as Ghostbusters 3 moves ahead

Ghostbusters 3 moves ahead again after Ramis' death

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Harold Ramis remembered by friends as Ghostbusters 3 moves ahead

Anyone who grew up in the 80's will remember the classic scary comedy movies Ghostbusters. Actor and director Harold Ramis played one of the original Ghostbusters in the film and passed away not long ago. As his friends remember him, word has surfaced that Ghostbusters 3 is moving forward again reports Kpopstarz.

Ivan Reitman was close with Ramis and after Ramis dies, Reitman reportedly backed away from the project. Reitman is now coming back to the project and the script is in the works. According to Reitman, the script is "really good." It’s been over 20 years now since the second Ghostbusters film hit theaters.

Dan Akroyd is expected to sign on for the film and there is no word on if Bill Murray will come back to the movie. Reitman says that he is still hoping that Murray will be in the third installment of the franchise and noted that Murray usually waits until the last minute to sign onto projects.

The fourth Ghostbuster, Ernie Hudson says that he is in for the project.

"Script is really good and we've got a lot of interest from a lot of directors to do it. We're just literally starting the search right now. We got a lot of incoming calls so we're gonna go through it and see." Hudson added, "The fans have been waiting very, very patiently."

Reitman says, "A lot of directors are throwing their hats in. We're starting the meetings. We're going to do it."

 

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