Ernie Hudson, one of the OG “Ghostbusters” stars who slap on the Proton pack again for the franchise revival “Ghostbusters Afterlife”, thinks Winston will be back for the next film too.
Speaking to RadioTimes.com to promote new Ghostbusters documentary “Cleanin’ Up The Town”, the 75-year-old actor thinks there’s a “good possibility” he’ll be required to bust ghosts again in the next one.
And there’s a good chance director Jason Reitman will be back at the helm of any future “Ghostbusters” movie too, with Variety announcing the son of veteran filmmaker Ivan Reitman and his partner Gil Kenan has signed an overall producing deal with Sony Pictures.
“Jason is the thing you dream about: a world-class, signature storyteller, visionary filmmaker, and dream producing partner,” said Sanford Panitch, president of Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group. “Jason and Gil as co-writing partners have a remarkable understanding of commercial quality cinema, and we are thrilled about the upcoming pipeline from these guys.”
“Ghostbusters : Afterlife” which cost $75 million to make has so far pocketed $115.8 million globally.