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15 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Dan Aykroyd Will Appear in Ghostbusters Reboot.

On Tuesday, the original “Ghostbusters” star tweeted that he was on-set of Paul Feig’s forthcoming “Ghostbusters” remake filming a scene with Kristen Wiig (a tweet he deleted shortly after, although not before it was widely screen-grabbed). However, Entertainment Weekly was able to independently confirm his involvement in the film, while Indie Revolver claims to have insight into Aykroyd’s role. The new film, which is expected to be released in 2016, stars Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy of “Bridesmaids” and “Saturday Night Live” actresses Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones.

According to their sources, Aykroyd is cameoing as a cab driver, and the scene in question “featured Kristen Wiig attempting to gain access to Aykroyd’s cab in vein. At some point Aykroyd throws out the iconic line, ‘I ain’t afraid of no ghosts!’ and drives off with Wiig yelling something along the lines of ‘That’s a double negative! No word yet on whether former co-stars Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson will appear in the reboot, although the later has recently expressed interest in coming back to the franchise. “I’d love to do another one because the fans have been so supportive and I’d just love to see it happen and love to be a part of it,” Hudson said. That means you ARE afraid of ghosts!’” While Aykroyd’s involvement is no surprise — the guy has been begging for a reboot for fifteen years — we hope that Feig is able to conjure up something fresh instead of resurrecting a bunch of old Hollywood ghosts.

It would just be in different roles now, but it would be fun to figure out how to do that.” The return of Aykroyd is yet another example of a staple of the current reboot trend. In addition, the upcoming “Star Wars” movie, “Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens” has not only new cast members like John Boyega and Daisy Ridley but also stars original series actors Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher. Harold Ramis died in 2014; Bill Murray was so famously resistant to starring in another Ghostbusters film that the franchise’s long-awaited third installment was stuck in development hell for decades.

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