“Ghostbusters” reboot is not different from any other franchise that gets a reboot after ages of wait and gets hinged into controversies, especially when Paul Feig’s all-female reboot approach has been receiving slams from misogynist, but it’s of no matter as the movie is getting considerable endorsement from veteran Dan Aykroyd. Read On!
In a recent interview with EW about “Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Visual History” alongside director Ivan Reitman, the veteran unveiled a lot of unknown facts from the movie’s production, counting the environs that he concealed to perplex the screenplay. Meanwhile, Dan Aykroyd also disclosed why he thinks “Ghostbusters” reboot will be a great success.
“I think Paul [Feig]’s idea of the gender shift was a very smart and fresh way to get everybody to re-look at this in a new way,” he said. Furthermore, he relates Feig to “George Cukor of Hollywood,” who has a great way of directing female casts and understanding their “psyche” and “sensibility.”
Although most of the original casts of “Ghostbusters” have been signed in to play cameos, they would be portraying complete different characters and the reboot would be fairly different from original movies and its sequels.
According to MovieWeb, after the official confirmation of Bill Murray’s appearance in the brand-new reboot, Dan Aykroyd divulged that at the time of handing out facts related to sequel screenplay, he wrote “Hellbent” whilst he never “begrudged” Murray for abandoning the original sequel plans.
While in the interview, Ivan Reitman, adds that he hopes to see a footage of the movie within the next two-weeks times and verdicts that “Ghostbusters” would succeed owing to the new cast members who are extremely talented ladies, Reitman went on to say, “I have a lot of faith in it, and I have a lot of faith in Paul.”
The “Ghostbusters” reboot is slated to hit theaters in July, 2016
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