The legacy of Ghostbusters 3 should rest at hearsay and mumbled whispers of "maybe". Most people here are too young to remember the June 16th, 1989 Friday night debut of Ghostbusters 2. It landed with a loud thud of disappointment. It was a bad movie. So its understandable why those involved in its production wouldn't want to move forward with Ghostbusters 3 anytime soon, especially star Bill Murray.
He is been the hold-up in getting this long-gestating sequel to the screen, and most fans have to side with him at this point. Especially when taking in another viewing of Ghostbusters 2 for old time's sake. Let's face facts: We just don't need this sequel! And at this point, no true fan really cares if it ever gets made.
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