Sammy Sofa wrote:Whoa.
That is a prime example of giving away entirely too much in the trailer. It should've stopped about 30-40 seconds in.
A brand-new Ghostbusters film, set in the same world as the 1984 original, is officially in the works.
Though there’s no word on if any O.G. Ghostbusters stars will return, Reitman—who co-wrote the screenplay with Gil Kenan—further teased “wonderful surprises and new characters,” though he made it clear that we won’t be seeing any of the “brilliant actresses” who starred in Paul Feig’s 2016 reboot: “This new movie will follow the trajectory of the original film.”
The Logan wrote:Ugh, just let Ghostbusters die already
Banedon wrote:They already released a teaser.
The Logan wrote:I didn't hate the reboot by any means, it was fine for what it was, but they can do things with that universe without trying to shoehorn in the OG Ghostbusters formula/general plot. I know the concept of people who "bust ghosts" is a lot of fun, and if you try and do anything remotely similar it's branded a knock off or gets compared unfavorably to the original, so why not just use the universe but not make it about the actual Ghostbusters, whoever it may be wearing the suit. Why not make it about a group of random people trying to fend off ghosts during one of the periods of time the containment grid shut down and ghosts were sowing chaos all over the city. That could be a fun story with a lot of opportunity for humor, and you don't need to call it "Ghostbusters". Maybe that's what they're planning, but you can do a lot with that universe without having it actually be about the actual Ghostbusters.
Hell, here's a simple concept, they licensed out their technology to other cities with ghost problems. It's like MIB: International. But they keep trying to make it this "These NEW characters who developed this NEW technology in this NEW story about this OLD franchise..." yada yada yada. Stop trying to reinvent the wheel. Take what you already have and evolve and adapt it instead of starting from scratch with a whole new cast if you're going to keep using it over and over again.
Tim wrote:okay - this should do it...
SpongeWorthy wrote:i just learned that bryan singer was actually allowed to direct bohemian rhapsody? tf?
Brian wrote:SpongeWorthy wrote:i just learned that bryan singer was actually allowed to direct bohemian rhapsody? tf?
Yeah, he got fired towards the end of making it but not because he's a rapist but because he would disappear from the set for long stretches, was generally an horsefeathers and Rami Malek hated him. Whatever guild or whatever decides who gets credits for things decided he gets full director credit even though he didn't finish it.
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