Sunday, October 2, 2022

Bill Murray jokes “Ghostbusters”: “Afterlife” director was “headache”

Bill Murray joked that Ghostbusters: Life After Death director Jason Reitman was a pain in the ass as a child.

The 71-year-old actor, along with co-stars in the original film, Ernie Hudson, 75, and Dan Aykroyd, 69, shared their impressions of Jason, the director of the latest film in the classic supernatural franchise. son of the 1984 film steering Ivan Reitman.

Appearing on The Tonight Show, the SNL veteran joked when Jimmy Fallon was the host about Jason as a kid, saying, “He was a pain in the ass.”

However, the trio applauded his understanding of the series, which was first relaunched in 2016 by director Paul Feig, Ghostbusters: Answer the Call, which boasted an all-female reimagining of the team.

Dan speculated that Jason’s script was “so heart-filled” and closely related to the spirit of the project, which prompted him to get involved.

He said: “Jason Reitman wrote a great script, so full of soul, going back to the first two films and their DNA … We just read it and thought, now is the right time.” “

Bill also praised the director, saying, “He had his own approach because he grew up, in a way, as a kid on Ghostbusters. He had something that he thought would fit as a good story, and we all agreed that he got it. “

In the third installment of Ghostbusters, all three actors reprise their roles in the film, as well as fan favorites such as Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts.

New faces have also been added to the cast, such as Carrie Kuhn, Finn Wolfhard, and Netflix’s Stranger Things superfan McKenna Grace and Paul Rudd.

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