Ghostbusters 3 News

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Dan Aykroyd Assures Us That 'Ghostbusters 3' Will Start Filming Next Spring (VIDEO)

news.moviefone.com – They came, they saw, they kicked ass -- and now, they're ready to do it all again. It's been 30 years since the original "Ghostbusters" hit theaters, and fans have been waiting a very, very long time for a third movie in the franchise ("Ghostbusters II" came out in 1989).

11 hours 17 min ago via brucelee
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Max Landis Shares 1920s Set Opening Pitch For 'Ghostbusters 3' But Denies Recent Reports He's Writing It

fb.indiewire.com – For a movie that still has no director, no release date and seems to be forever spinning its wheels, despite tentative plans to shoot next year, there's surely been a lot written about "Ghostbusters 3." Either people are genuinely interested or they like a good story about development hell, but once again more rumors were thrown into the pile this week. 5 weeks 19 hours ago via donnieyen
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Ghostbusters 3 Rumors Shot Down By Max Landis

cinemablend.com – Rumors circulate like wildfire within the industry. Sometimes it can be hard to tell where they've come from. Like the one that made the rounds Tuesday night claiming Max Landis is in line to write Ghostbusters 3. Because no one told Max Landis. 5 weeks 21 hours ago via jetli
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Max Landis Writing ‘Ghostbusters 3′?

feedproxy.google.com – A new report claims that Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis is working on a new draft of Ghostbusters 3 with a three-week turnaround. According to Nikki Finke‘s sources, with that kind of turn around Landis is probably doing more of a polish than a completely new screenplay. Here’s what Finke had to say:

5 weeks 1 day ago via jackiechan
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Phil Lord & Chris Miller Talk 'Lego Movie 2' And Marvel, Turning Down 'Ghostbusters 3' & More

fb.indiewire.com – With one hit movie under their best this year with "The Lego Movie," and another likely champ in "22 Jump Street" opening this weekend (review here), Hollywood is Phil Lord and Chris Miller's oyster at the moment. Meaning, that they can basically do whatever they want. So it's no surprise they are getting scripts and projects tossed their way, so it wasn't a total shock when Sony offered them the long developing "Ghostbusters 3."The story made headlines, but the pair quickly turned it down, but not for the reasons you might think. 6 weeks 2 days ago via jackiechan
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Who ya gonna call for Ghostbusters 3? Sigourney Weaver's on-screen son

theguardian.com – Troubled third instalment in the spook-nuking series will feature offspring of Dana Barrett in lead role Readers on why they still love Ghostbusters 6 weeks 3 days ago via jackiechan

Ruben Fleischer May Direct Ghostbusters 3 The Zombieland director gets Sony's callThere was a brief Ant-Man news scramble over the weekend, as people jumped to report that Adam McKay (Anchorman) was in talks to take over from Edgar Wright. They were then forced to rather quickly update those stories with the news that McKay's discussions had ended already, but an intriguing news nugget has still come out of the whole palava.

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Ruben Fleischer May Direct Ghostbusters 3

rss.feedsportal.com – The Zombieland director gets Sony's callThere was a brief Ant-Man news scramble over the weekend, as people jumped to report that Adam McKay (Anchorman) was in talks to take over from Edgar Wright. They were then forced to rather quickly update those stories with the news that McKay's discussions had ended already, but an intriguing news nugget has still come out of the whole palava. 7 weeks 2 days ago via brucelee

What's Popping: 'Cap 3' vs 'Batman vs Superman,' 'Allegiant,' 'Sinister Six,' 'Ghostbusters 3,' 'Star Wars'

12:35 PM 4/13/2014 by Binh Ngo
Batman vs Captain America
Captain America 3 and the Man of Steel sequel are currently on a collision course, with both of them scheduled to open on the same day in 2016. Since this will trigger the box office apocalypse, look for one of them to blink and move out of the way.
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Ivan Reitman on 'Draft Day,' 'Space Jam 2,' and the Status of 'Ghostbusters 3'

news.moviefone.com – If you like comedy and you don't know who Ivan Reitman is...well, you should. After all, this is the man who produced the classic "National Lampoon's Animal House" and directed (deep breath) "Meatballs," "Stripes," the immortal "Ghostbusters," "Twins," "Junior," "Dave"...the list goes on and on. His collaborations on those first few movies, with the likes of Bill Murray and the late Harold Ramis, should be taught in comedy film school somewhere. 15 weeks 22 hours ago via jetli
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