Bill Murray revealed he was tricked into doing it. “Ghostbusters II” after demonstrating his reluctance to create a sequel to the hit comedy of 1984.
Murray plays Dr. The irony Peter Wenkman in the franchise with the late Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson and Harold Ramis, the Oscar-nominated actor was hailed at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The 36th edition is accompanied by the Maltin Modern Master Award this week.During a live debate, Murray talked about his career and his misunderstanding of making a sequel.
“I was very reluctant to do it, I wasn’t in a hurry, I might think the only reason anyone wanted another was just to make money, and I was probably the most reluctant,”; he explained (via Collider).
However, Murray revealed he was “dropped” by someone who seduced all the actors into the convention to propose a movie that didn’t end up reflecting the final script. “Ghostbusters II”
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“I don’t know [director Ivan Reitman] Set up, but they brought us back together in the room and actually we haven’t been together in the room since the movie came out and it’s been so fun to be together. We’re really funny together, ”he said.“ This is a really cool guy and girl. Really funny. [Weaver] And Annie Potts is a woman who is exciting and funny as hell. They keep us all together and they offer great story ideas, I think, ‘Holy cow, we can do that job.’ ”
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Unfortunately, during that meeting and when Murray and the others showed up, the script changed.
“It ended up not being the story they wrote, they gave us a sequel under the bogus Harold. [Ramis] There is this wonderful idea. But by the time we had to film, I appeared on the set and said, ‘What is this? What is this ” Murray added, “but we’ve filmed it, so we have to figure out how to make it work.”
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Although he noted that he liked the first film more. But Murray doesn’t call a bad sequel. In fact, he is one of several cast members who stick to the franchise and was involved in a 2016 reboot that saw Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones. The upcoming third installment in the established franchise, written by Reitman’s son Jason, Murray summarizes his thoughts on the franchise. “Ghostbusters” noticed how excited he was for the next film, even though he was utterly uncomfortable filming it.
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“I think he really has something. It’s difficult. It’s very difficult. That’s why I think it will be good. We were in it for a while. But it’s physically painful, ”he says.“ Wearing those packs was very uncomfortable. We had earrings the size of batteries, now they have earrings the size of batteries, it’s still a very heavy thing to wear. All the time “