A new male-led instalment in the ‘Ghostbusters’ franchise is in the works, to co-incide with the release of the new all-woman
As all film fans know, 'Ghostbusters 3' has finally been confirmed - and as well as a female writer (Katie Dippold) penning
So it's official - the next Ghostbusters film will be a reboot and it will star an all female cast. Since the announcement, there has been much consternation online and, of course, the old feminist debate has reared its head again with a backlash against the news. This aside though, what about the merits of the actual reboot itself?
A ‘Ghostbusters 3’ film has been confirmed by the movie director Paul Feig, who took to Twitter to share the news on Wednesday
Dan Aykroyd is convinced the third 'Ghostbusters' film will be on screen within the next two years. Ghostbusters is celebrating
For me, Ghostbusters has deep roots in my childhood. It belongs to a time in which the writing was sharp but the picture quality less so; a time in which you could only sate your Ghostbusters craving via VHS (oftentimes discovering that some annoying person had not rewound said videotape to the beginning after use). A time in which I would declaim, with absolute conviction, that Peter Venkman was my future husband.
Dan Aykroyd has confirmed Ghostbusters 3 will go ahead without Bill Murray. The Canadian actor is set to reprise his role