Dan Aykroyd talks to Metro about his sadness at Bill Murray's absence from Ghostbusters 3, buying his own island and his new show on Jazz FM.
That is some SERIOUSLY weak sauce Bill. I'd like to know what his reasoning is - Did he just hate the experience of Ghostbuster 2 so much that he no longer wants to do? Does he think he's above the comedic roles now? It just sucks that Peter Venkman won't be in the next movie because his sarcasm was awesome.
Or it could be because Ghostbusters III had a sucky screenplay. That's a better guess, in my opinion.
Or he's just being difficult for the sake of being difficult.
'Tis a sad day in sequel-ville! :-(....
I'd really like to know the story, but being Hollywood it will just be a he blames him while he blame them bla bla bla Personally I could see it being a terrible screenplay and Murray simply not wanting to do a Ghostbuster 2 again. I mean look at how weak A LOT of movies have been as of late, especially reboots and milked franchises.
I have a gut feeling that you could be right.
Murray's an idiot. He should be in it, was a main character in both movies.
For all the people hating on Murray, you don't know the whole story so don't be so quick to judge. The screenplay/story probably sucks. Knowing how most sequels go, the story probably does suck. GB2 wasn't even that great.
Doesn't need to be made in the first place.
im not sorry for bill murray, im sad that dan akroyd is pushing this movie because as i remembered bill said he will join the cast if the script is good. so i dont think the script is significantly strong enough to persuade bill that this movie is more like the original not the sequel. ghostbuster might work more better a a remade movie with young actors and scary theme not a comedic funfest with aged characters. just my opinion.
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