Ghostbusters sequel on the way
The movie enthusiasts have been talking about the stars of Ghostbusters and their performance they delivered back in the time as the stars from the movie appeared on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ and though for release of the upcoming sequel of the movie named ‘Ghosbusters: Afterlife‘. Bill Murray along with Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson joined the late night program and talked about a number of things.
Mentioning the fact that the famous trio appeared in the ‘Ghosbusters’ back in 80s which was the original movie and thus they played the role of the crew which was eponymous and thus their job was to capture parapsychologists which was alongside late Harold Ramis. The movie came out to be a big one at the time and stood out as one of the blockbusters with living upto the expectations of the audience.
The trio from the original Ghostbusters talked about their experience
The trio appeared on the show and though they were applauded heavily by the audience and then there were numerous number of conversations which took place during the period of time whereas one of them included the talks when the trio opened about the experience of making the original movie back in the time and also mentioning how the movies has been special to them and though how they feel to paas the torch to the upcoming generation as the movie hold big for all.
Aykroyd opened up on the show and stated that the script of the upcoming sequel is no doubt a great one by Jason Reitman and thus full of heart whereas the star mentioned that they read the script and realised that it was the right time.
Murray then opened up that Jason is the son of Ivan Reitman, who was the director of the original movie back in the time. Murray mentioned that the star had his own take and views as he grew up analysing and observing everything and though mentioning that he is the child of the Ghostbusters in a way. Murray also stated that Jason felt that he has something special with the work that would stand out and that everyone agreed with him in the period of time.
Fallon then put up a question to how the director of the movie was actually like when he was a child and though Murray described him as a pain in the ass and as he jokes forward with his humour. The episode was no doubt a great one as the legendary trio had nothing but the good wishes for the upcoming project of the movie. The fas are also looking forward to cover more in the latest chapter of the Ghostbusters and to cover what will lead in the story ahead.
Stay tuned for more.