There’s been talks of a "Ghostbusters 3" for at least two decades now, and the thing never seems to get past the "Bill Murray doesn’t want to do it" stage (yet the guy does two "Garfield" movies?), but director Harold Ramis recently spoke about the long-dead project … and how it just might not be dead after all.
From InFocus Magazine as reported by IGN FilmForce: "Ramis reportedly wants franchise vets Dan Aykroyd and Rick Moranis to reprise their respective roles in the sequel, which the report claims will be called Ghostbusters in Hell, but he has his eye on A-lister Ben Stiller to star as a new Ghostbuster."
"What Danny had originally conceived was sending us to a special-effects hell, a netherworld full of phenomenal visual environments and boiling pits," Ramis revealed. "But what works so well about the first two (films) is the mundane-ness of it all. So my notion was that hell exists in the same place as our consensus reality, but it’s like a film shutter. It’s the darkness between the 24 frames."
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