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Apparently, even Dan Aykroyd has a breaking point, and he’s reached it with his long desired attempt at making Ghostbusters III. He’s basically saying that Sony has only a small window left to greenlight the film, or he –and the product he owns- is moving on. The writer has made a personal mission to give the world a third film, whether they wanted one or not, to make up –I think- for the misstep that was Ghostbusters II (a film even Aykroyd admits was bad). But script issues and getting Bill Murray to commit to the film has kept Sony from financing it, despite the fact that director Ivan Reitman is onboard to helm it. After numerous scripts, back in March Aykroyd finally admitted that Murray was never going to do it and in an interview with the British Telegraph he said:”The studio, the director Ivan Reitman »

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