It’s no secret that the pandemic has rocked Hollywood for quite some time Filming has stopped in most cases and countless movies have been delayed However, this is not only new properties that have been discontinued, the latest film in the classic Ghostbusters franchise Ghostbusters: Afterlife film which was slated for release last summer has been delayed 3 times so far In the case of this movie, however, a delay might not have been the worst thing, as franchise star Bill Murray makes it seem like he’s filming Ghostbusters: Afterlife has been a pretty grueling experience. >
In an interview with Collider, Bill Murray says he’s happy the latest Ghostbusters movie has been delayed and will be worth seeing Murray isn’t as young as he was when filming the OG movie, and the comedic actor made the filming of the movie sound like it really cost him physically. Between wearing the iconic packs and touching the ground and climbing back up, it looks like Murray has done quite a workout. Here are the words of the Groundhog Day actor:
I think he’s really got something It was hard It was really hard That’s why I think it’s gonna be good We were just in it for a little while, but it was physically painful Wearing these bags is extremely uncomfortable We had batteries the size of batteries They now have batteries the size of earrings It’s always a really heavy thing to carry, all the time The special effects of it are a lot wind and dirt on your face, and there was a lot of down and up I was like,… What is it? What am I doing? It’s like Bulgarian deadlifts, or a Russian kettlebell, getting up and down with that thing on your back ???? It was very uncomfortable Usually when something has a very high misery quotient, something comes in and a certain quality is produced which, if you can capture it and project it, shows up on the screen and affects you. I think it’s coming out in the fall They delayed it for a year or a year and a half, but I’m glad they did It will be worth the detour
The â ???? heâ ???? Bill Murray refers to Jason Reitman, who is the writer and director of the latest Ghostbusters reboot Even though he has a remarkable career as a director of films like Juno and Thank You For Smoking, the real specialty here is that he’s the son of Ivan Reitman. Having the son of the original Ghostbustersâ ???? the director directs this new age take on the classic film makes the reboot not only a nostalgic film, but gives it a sense of legacy
Bill Murray, who has been involved in every movie in the Ghostbuster franchise, says he remembers going to young Reitman’s Bar Mitzvah when he was just a boy When he came to Murray with a new idea for a Ghostbusters movie, Murray said he was skeptical, but the idea was solid and we should have a great movie of the interesting couple.
With recent films like Godzilla vs Kong and Tom & Jerry seeing post-pandemic box office success, we can expect the delays that Ghostbusters: Afterlife saw come to an end.If that’s true, we will be able to see the film. in theaters on November 11 of this year, and if we take Bill Murray’s word as a gospel, we will be able to see the film in theaters on November 11 of this year. for another potentially iconic Ghostbusters movie – and his muscles ache to prove it
World News – US – Bill Murray Makes Filming of Ghostbusters: Afterlife Sound Grueling