termination of Ghostbusters: Afterlife With original stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson returning to offer assistance to Egon Spengler’s family, director Jason Reitman recently confirmed that Hudson’s Winston Zeddemore will be a key element in future adventures in the franchise. While none of the original stars had a major involvement in RebirthOf the story, Ray Stantz of Aykroyd made the most significant contribution to the plot with respect to the original actors. with Rebirth Confirmed getting a sequel and many more Ghost Busters As projects are being developed, there are a number of ways in which Zeddemore can be more thoroughly integrated into the upcoming narrative.
while talking to Hollywood Reporter, Rebirth Director Jason Reitman teased, “The character of Winston Zeddemore and Zeddemore Industries portrays the future of Ghostbusters strongly.”
While Winston may not have a major role in Rebirth, the film included a major tease that both Winston and Annie Potts’ Janine Melnitz would return to their ghostly roots. Live-action sequel Rebirth It won’t be the only place Winston could make an appearance, as there will also be a Ghostbusters animated film and animated series on the way.
“The animated film will take us places we’ve never been before,” writer Gil Cannon told the outlet. “We love these characters, and we are very excited to be pushing the boundaries of what we think of as a Ghostbusters story. We will keep the flame bright with all these concepts of what a Ghostbusters story could be. “
Reitman said, “An animated series and an animated film will allow us to delve deeper into the places Dan Aykroyd first talked about. Ghost Busters,
affirming the potential of what can be discovered in a medium other than live-action, The Real Ghostbusters Animated was an animated staple of younger audiences in the 1980s, as it allowed the series to deliver monsters and worlds that would have been too expensive or complicated to bring back to life at the time.
As fans wait for the upcoming Rebirth A new comic book series from the sequel, Dark Horse, will help bridge the storytelling gap.
“When we first talked Rebirth Three years ago on Ghostbusters Day, our hope was that it would lead to all kinds of great storytelling, that it would not be a one-time film, but a door opening,” Reitman explained. “And today, that promise comes true. Happened. If you’re a fan of Ghostbusters, you’ll have access to the history of Ghostbusters as well as all the different decades in the future, characters you haven’t met yet, and places you haven’t been to yet. If you’re a fan of Ghostbusters, you have a lot to offer.”
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