What happens to Ghostbusters 3 Without Harold Ramis?

by Red Zeppelbon on Feb 28th, 2014

Jana B. here,

Harold Ramis

 Harold Ramis gave us years and years of laughter that came to an end way too early. The entertainment world will also tell us of the void he left within their ranks. We, the fans are left questioning the future of ‘Ghostbusters III‘. Sony is still managing to keep ‘Ghostbusters III‘ on track, even though Ramis was to have made a cameo appearance. Ivan Reitman, who formerly directed the first two Ghostbusters films is scheduled to meet with the heads of production to form a game plan to keep it in active development.



The original Ghostbusters, Ramis, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd were scheduled to appear in small parts in the upcoming flick to pass the torch to a new trio of Ghostbusters. Writers from ‘The Office‘, Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky are working on some corrections “There will be some repercussions,” says a project insider. “He was great to bounce something off of, and that will certainly be missed, but it won’t affect the script”, says the same source.

Before Ramis’ death, the script was nowhere near ready for shooting to begin anytime this year. Hopefully, ‘Ghostbusters‘ fans the world over, will be able to celebrate and remember Ramis’ life when the third film launches.

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