they don't hurry up, the stars will be ghosts themselves.
Mine is the one with the unlicensed nuclear accelerator on the back.
Columbia Pictures has asked The Office co-executive producers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky to work up a script for a third outing of Ghostbusters, Variety reports. The plan is apparently to reunite original cast Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis for the project. The latter has just directed comedy …
Where is the game.
Damn you Activision for ditching it! It looked awesome, and has all the cast in it.
As for the film, this idea was mooted about a decade ago, the idea that the 'busters would train a hip new bunch of young hip "characters".
I hope they don't go back to this idea, it sounded awful then, and it sounds worse now that "the kidz" would be spouting iPhones and spending most of their 'bustin time on Myspace.
Surprisingly few films are wholly original - that goes way back, it's not a new thing. Most of them are based on plays or ancient legends or short stories or novels or other films.
Anyway, originality is overrated. Lots of really terrible art is unlike anything that went before it.
i thought it was decided that the 3rd part would be the video game:
all the cast are on board for it and everything and it's due out next year isn't it?
so is the film going to be the 4th part?
and isn't it a bit late? surely if there is going to be a film, you'd aim to release it next year for the 25th anniversary, but if they're only writing the script now, there's no chance it'll be out until 2010 at least earliest is there?
"Anyway, originality is overrated. Lots of really terrible art is unlike anything that went before it."
Well said Sarah...!
Ladies and gentlemen, please direct your attention to the contents of the Tate Gallery... all the exhibits share two traits. Originality and terribleness.
>>Ladies and gentlemen, please direct your attention to the contents of the Tate Gallery... all the exhibits share two traits. Originality and terribleness.
Oof. I really wouldn't go that far. I don't think originality automatically makes things shit, just because it doesn't automatically make them good. But life is more fun when it's polarised, innit.
The original ghost busters are now ghosts, they are wreaking havoc on NYC because they know all the new GhostBusters weakspots.
NYC gets completely slimed and there's nothing anybody can do about it.
We see lots of young folks with their jeans around their ankles, standing around with iPhones trying to upload sightings into myspace when the old GhostBusters turn poltergeist and splat them agains lady liberty!
Now that's a great film!
Does this mean we get the actionfigures with accessories, bathtowels, slime (with & without worms), tents & finally the remixed theme tune on iTunes ready for download...?
Mine's the slime resistant lab coat, with the remote for the orbital laser cannon in the pocket...
Now that you mentioned it, didn't the Tate have a pile of *REAL* shit as an original piece of art !! (note 1)
Note 1 - The words - shit and art - in this sentence are NOT, repeat NOT, transposed !!
@Gis Bun - You mean the one where Judah Ben Hur becomes a Christian, wanders off to Rome and gets fed to the lions, thereby giving them history's first ever record of the legionnaire's disease !!
Ghostbusters on C64 was fantastic.
How about this for the new movie... The Ghostbusters now roll around on those Rascal electric scooters, with particle accelerator turrets, heads-up look-and-shoot headgear... Plus a couple of goatee-sporting 20-something Xtreme douchebags to bring in the youth demographic.
They'll have to modernize it - Ghostbusters fighting ghosts in cyberspace that take control of machines and threaten to shut down the world. Maximum Overdrive meets Lain, Die Hard style, featuring Keanu Reeves and car chases with military hardware. Ow! Can't...close...eyes...tight...enough.
And they always pit something against someting else.
So, really there is only one story line - challenge or struggle, depending upon how you see your half glass :)
There is probably something quite deep in that - I wonder who would know - maybe I should call GhostBusters or watch Much ado about nothing.
This is just a stunt to test film distribution on USB with security dongle.
Just be assured that whichever twat breaks the security dongle and goes public will not get any kudos, but the ire of most, unless they wait until this distribution is used extensively. It is like not having alcohol vending machines on the street unlike the Japanese, who know how to play the game.
"As for the film, this idea was mooted about a decade ago, the idea that the 'busters would train a hip new bunch of young hip "characters".
This was already done in the cartoon series Extreme Ghostbusters... it still had Egon and Janine, but it was bloody awful crap pandering to demographics.
... whether you think GB1 and GB2 were good or bad films, they defined an era in film. For those diehard who still love them, they had better produce something amazing for the third one or it's going to die.
Sure, there's going to be the high popularity simply because of the title of the film and the cult that follows it, but even the Joe Average sheep population ain't gonna forgive Hollywood for turning a great memory into a stinker.
Mine's the one covered in slime.
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