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CaptAmerica04 4/23/2013 3:55:20 PM

 I took my kids and my wife (who was too young to see it in theaters) to see the original screened at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood a few months back.  That movie is still epic.  Unlike many, I liked the sequel a lot, too (though certainly not as much as the original).

I'm all for a third installment, but it will definitely lack something without Murray.  I do NOT, however, think that it will be some massive failure without him.  The other characters are all solid and hilarious in their own right, and they might even shine a bit brighter without Murray there to upstage them.

7thGuest 4/23/2013 5:18:22 PM

I don't care that at least 25 years will have passed by since the last one I'll be there on opening day...should this movie actually get made that is. I would like Bill Murray to be in it, but it's not a deal breaker for me if he isn't.

Although all in all I agree with DarkXid and would just like two more games if nothing else.

DarthoftheDead 4/23/2013 6:07:17 PM

 Didnt Ackroyd learn his lesson after Blues Brothers 2000.....sigh.......

SarcasticCaveman 4/23/2013 6:35:33 PM

 I'm still in the party that would love to see another Ghostbusters, but I gave up hope a long time ago.  I'll believe it when filming starts, we start seeing leaked set pictures, and then I'll geek out over a teaser trailer.  When and if hope returns, I will try to keep my expectations low.  While there is something to be said for letting 80's properties be, they do occasionally pay off.  For instance, I thought the newest "Rambo" movie was pretty freaking awesome.  Also, while I still hope Ivan Reitman directs it, I would absolutely love it if they got Barry Sonnenfeld involved in some capacity.  With "Men in Black 3", he obviously knows how to overcome a very lackluster second movie.  I can always dream, can't I?

VTGamehendge 4/23/2013 11:02:55 PM

I'd love to see another one if done right.  But as far as it actually getting made...I'll believe it when it starts filming.

jacobjoseph 4/24/2013 3:46:23 AM

 @ chrono117, Ghostbusters 2 was released in 1989, not 1992. @ Sarcastic Caveman, I don't think it is necessary to replace Reitman as director since Etan Cohen, the writer of this film, also wrote MIB 3, along with episodes of King of the Hill and Beavis and Butthead. I'm still waiting for the Ghostbusters 2 Blu-Ray that Aykroyd promised last year. I'd also appreciate more Ghostbusters video games. They shut down the PS3 servers for Ghostbusters: The Video Game last year so I was unable to win the last 2 trophies! I saw video of an unreleased level from that game, which should at least be released as DLC.

monkeyfoot 4/24/2013 7:17:16 AM

Redvector & DaveFu, LMAO!!!!

As much as I fear this could end up a corporate moneygrabbing, poorly executed cluster of fornication, the fan in me of the original GB movie wants to see this. I want it to be a new classic and re-invigorate, re-encourage, re-negotiate, re-imagine, re-new, re-ignite, re-make, re-massage, re-tickle the franchise. Odds are it will only re-crap it but I'll wait and see.




And I still want Murray!

FrozenFear 4/24/2013 7:41:07 AM

Well, I believe that [SEE POSTS FROM THE PAST 12Xs A VERSION OF THIS STORY HAS APPEARED], which is why this will never happen

RaithManan 4/24/2013 11:06:09 AM

You're right @VTGame, I'll believe it when I see it. I'll believe it more when it actually moves past the smoke & mirrors stage of all the developmental talk on sites like this. I know Dan been wanting to do this for more than 20 years and for it to work with or without Murray, it needs the to be where everyone is on the same page with script to where, seeming that's been the issue over the last 15 years.

Would I like to see a third film?  Likely (moderately), but with a degree of apprehension because it may not be worth the trouble after all the trouble of getting it this far.  A feeling I haven't had since the less than stellar Extreme Ghostbusters cartoon series, the follow-up to The Real Ghostbusters where only Egon, Janine and Slimer (minus Frank Welker) remained to groom 4 newer, college kid busters replacing Ray, Peter and Winston.  That's despite the series being done by much of producers and writers of the previous series.  Good idea at the start, just couldn't sustain momentum once it got rolling.

But until then Dan, I always have liked you, but I'm going to make a quote from former wrestler/manager/color commentator Bobby "The Brain" Heenan...... "You're singing the same old song and I'm tired of hearing it."

CyanideRush 4/25/2013 11:12:52 AM

 I'm with DarkXid, the Ghostbusters game that came out a few years ago was AMAZING and is the best we could hope for out of a 3rd Ghostbusters story, IMO. -Chuck

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