"Ghostbusters III" to Take Shape on the Big Screen
The story of the ghost-extinguishers still continues, at least that's what Dan Aykroyd has indicated. The actor has told CISN Country, during his visit to the radio station that a third Ghostbusters film is in the process to have its way to the big screen.
Details on the project have not yet been unveiled, but Aykroyd said that it would be made as a CGI feature with Bill Murray to fill the voice of Dr. Peter Venkman. Meanwhile, it is still not clear whether Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson or any other of the original actors will return to voice their characters.
Telling about eccentric New York City parapsychologists who perform a spectral investigation and removal service, the first installment of the series came up on June 8, 1984 under Columbia Pictures banner. Upon seeing the success of the movie to gross over $240 million in the U.S. alone, a sequel was then made for a 1989 release along with two animated TV series aired in 1986 and 1997, respectively.
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