Bill Murray loved the new Ghostbusters 3, which he believes gives the saga a lifeblood. Here is the long comment of the actor, who agreed to undergo incredible fatigue on the set of Jason Reitman’s film.
I remember Jason Reitman called me and said: I have an idea for another Ghostbusters. I’ve had this idea for years. What the hell could it possibly be? – I thought. I remember him as a child. I remember his Bar Mitzvah. I thought: what the hell? What does this kid know? But he had a really amazing idea, which he developed with another amazing guy I had the chance to work with, Gil Kenan, who made City of Ember. Together they wrote a Ghostbusters movie that truly brings the series back to life. It truly retains the spirit of the first film, more than the second or that of the girls. It has a very different spirit from two of the four films made “.
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The undoubted value of Ghostbusters 3 led Bill Murray to lend themselves to anything on set. The actor continued:
I believe it has achieved a very remarkable result. It was tough, it was really tough, so I think it’s going to be okay. We were only on set for a while, but it was very physically exhausting. Wearing all the equipment was extremely uncomfortable. We were wearing batteries the size of real batteries. There are now batteries as small as earrings, but they are still heavy to wear all the time. The special effects in this movie meant you got a lot of wind and a lot of dirt on your face, and it was all getting down and back up. What is this? What am I doing? Feels like doing Hungarian deadlifts or Russian kettlebells, I keep going down and up with this stuff on my back. It was very uncomfortable. Usually, when something involves a considerable amount of unhappiness, the result is of high quality. If you can catch him and protect him, he shows up on the screen and influences your acting. I think the film will be out sometime in the fall. They put it off for a year, a year and a half, but I’m glad they did. It is really worth seeing. “
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These words of Bill Murray they send us in jujube broth, because they confirm the undoubted value of the film. As we have recently learned, Ghostbusters: Legacy will arrive in theaters on November 11th. The protagonists are Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard e Mckenna Grace. Then, there is Paul Rudd and, in a limited number of scenes, there are the old guards Sigourney Weaver, And Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and obviously Bill Murray.