Figure of the Ghostbusters of 1984, Ernie Hudson will resume his role in the future Ghostbusters: The Legacy . Brought to speak on the restart of 2016, the interpreter of Winston Zeddemore considered that this film was a “mistake” by having thus tried to reproduce the original recipe.
In normal times, getting down to making a sequel to the cinema is a perilous exercise. And when this sequel is called to register many years after the previous feature film, fear comes to replace hope with a change of era and tone capable of undermining the notion of respect for the franchise.
In 2016 was released in theaters Ghostbusters , a reboot of the franchise launched in 1984. Paul Feig's film had made people cringe by its copy aspect that many had considered bad. But let's say it right away, one of the actors of the first two Ghostbusters enjoyed the show.
Ghostbusters 2016: Ernie Hudson had "loved it"
An interview with LIVING LIFE FEARLESS told us that Ernie Hudson, playing the character of Winstone Zeddemore in Ghostbusters 1 and 2 , was among the spectators rather conquered by this reboot. But despite claiming that he “liked” Ghostbusters “with women ” a lot , Ernie considered the project's mistake to be making it very, too similar to the first film:
“A reboot, to me, means you're trying to remake the movie. Another version of what we have already done. And I think it was a mistake. It was not a continuation or an extension. It was sort of a different universe. You see what I mean ? It's kind of like it's us, but actually not. ”
Shortly before, Ernie Hudson had confirmed that Ghostbusters: The Legacy was not going to be a reboot. We will notably find Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver. Directed by Jason Reitman ( Juno , Tully ), the film is slated to premiere this year. If we should not find the late Med Hondo to ensure the French voice of Ernie Hudson, many actors have already lent him their strings on several occasions, including Richard Darbois who is used to doubling a certain… Dan Aykroyd.