One of the things that fans liked Ghostbusters afterlife it was his penchant for nostalgia and not a complete deconstruction of the original formula. Apparently the continuation of the sequel, currently called ghost The fire stationdoubles down on that sentimentality, bringing a special effects legend back into the fold.
Billy Bryan is an industry great who has worked on films such as Pet Sematary II, Gate II, Men in Black, Dream catcherand Ghostbusters (1984). Bryan designed and acted Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.
Conformable Ghostbusters NewsBryan takes a place among the creative team of the newest article.
Afterlife effects artist, Arjen Tuiten was only four years old when the original Ghostbusters hit the screen. Being an avid fan of that movie, he wanted to keep almost everything practical, even down to the The dogs of terror which would have been much easier to create using software and digital effects. Instead, he and his team built the monsters by building from a mockup (unfinished mockup). They used clay and foam.
As pre-production began on the new film, both Bryan and Tuitjen posted about their return on social media.
Bryan’s Instagram shows a photo of him looking down the barrel of a Nuetrona wand with the caption: “Here we go again…and look who’s back…”
As Tuiten responded, “It’s an honor to have you with us, Bill.”
Tuiten still has the name attached to a The Maniac Cop reboot according to IMDb. But news about that movie hasn’t been updated in a while, except that director Frank Martin has been in talks with Universal to helm a movie. project based in the 1988 slasher itself, starring Elijah Wood. We are still waiting for updates on that movie as well.
As for the last chapter of Ghostbusters universe, filming is said to begin in the spring with a theatrical release in late 2023.