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To avoid capture, Rowan commits suicide by electrocuting himself, after which Jillian deactivates the portal.

Erin discovers an annotated copy of her and Abby's book among Rowan's possessions and realizes that he killed himself so he could become a ghost and command a spirit army.

Rowan returns as a powerful ghost, possessing Abby and then Kevin. As Kevin, he opens the portal and releases hundreds of ghosts. The police and DHS are subdued, but the Ghostbusters fight through the army of ghosts to reach the portal.

Rowan takes the form of the ghost in the Ghostbusters' logo, grows to enormous height, and attacks the city.

The team devises a plan to use Ecto-1's nuclear reactor to close the portal and return the ghosts to their own dimension.

The plan succeeds, but Rowan drags Abby into the portal with him; Erin leaps into the portal and rescues her as Rowan is obliterated. The mayor's office agrees to secretly fund the Ghostbusters' research while continuing to publicly denounce them as frauds.

With new funding, the Ghostbusters move to a better facility, a disused fire house. New York lights up with thanks and tributes to the Ghostbusters.

Later, Patty hears something unusual in a recording and asks: "What's ' Zuul '? Brian Baumgartner additionally has a cameo appearance as hotel guest Frank the Mercado in the extended cut.

Also appearing as ghosts are Dave Allen as the electrocuted ghost, Steve Bannos as the flasher ghost, Robin Shelby as the voice of Lady Slimer, and Adam Ray as the voice of Slimer , who also portrays the lead singer of a band.

One script, Ghostbusters 3: Hellbent , written by Aykroyd in , had Venkman leaving the Ghostbusters to spend time with Sigourney Weaver 's character Dana Barrett; the remaining Ghostbusters, including a new younger member, fought souls that had been evicted from a hellish version of Manhattan known as Manhelltan.

The story had the Ghostbusters finding a portal to an alternate dimension in which "all the worst things about modern urban life" are "magnified"; traffic is stuck in perpetual gridlock and no two people speak the same language.

While the third film remained in development, Ghostbusters: The Video Game was developed by Terminal Reality and released in Aykroyd and Harold Ramis , cowriters of the original films, used the game to explore the Ghostbusters ' history; all four original actors, including Murray, voiced their characters, along with other actors from the original films.

Aykroyd considered the game "essentially the third movie". Ramis stated that the new film would feature the original Ghostbusters but introduce new characters in a script written by Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky , who had cowritten his comedy Year One.

The movie was set to be filmed in and released in Around March , while the new script was being developed, Vulture reported that Columbia wanted to target a younger audience and that original Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman was under pressure to step down in place of a younger director.

Reitman, along with Murray, Aykroyd, and Ramis, had long-standing contracts in place with Columbia that effectively allow any of them to veto the development of a Ghostbusters film.

Aykroyd refused to recast the role as he would not make a film that "exploits the franchise". Murray's reluctance to commit to the project resulted in the decision to reboot the franchise instead.

Variety and The Hollywood Reporter reported in August that Paul Feig had been selected as director and the reboot would feature an all-female cast.

Or tell a story you've seen before, but in a way you haven't seen it. Feig said that Sony Pictures Entertainment 's co-chairman Amy Pascal had been pushing for comedy writers to produce a script for a new Ghostbusters film for some time, but he believed that most of these writers, like himself, did not want to ruin the canon of the original films.

He also wanted to avoid a premise similar to Ghostbusters II , in which the Ghostbusters have to lose their success to begin a new story.

This led to the idea of a reboot featuring a new set of characters, an idea that Pascal agreed with. At that point, McCarthy had already committed to the film while Sony was in negotiations with the other three actresses.

Bill Murray cameos in the film. Prior to the film, Murray's reluctance to participate in another Ghostbusters project due to his relationship with Sony had hampered efforts for a third film to be made.

In a interview, he stated that his decision to participate in the film was because of his friendships with McCarthy and McKinnon and felt it important to support their project.

Principal photography on the film began on June 17, , in Boston. Reshoots happened in Los Angeles in May , [54] and included new scenes that served as a metafictional comment on the Internet controversy the film gathered.

Six companies dealt with the 1, visual effects shots, under the supervision of Pete Travers. The main studios were Sony Pictures Imageworks , with shots that included the climactic Times Square sequence and all the proton beams, [55] Moving Picture Company MPC , with shots that centered around the final battle which included Rowan's monster form, [55] and Australian company Iloura, with shots encompassing various ghosts.

Stand-ins for the ghosts were created on the set for the actors to interact with, including actresses suspended by wires, drones as references for flying ghosts, a Slimer puppet and giant balloons for a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man parade balloon.

As the ghosts in the film glow, the doubles were covered in light-emitting diodes to provide lighting references for the effects crew. The climactic Times Square sequence, which starts with the antagonist proclaiming "Welcome to the glory days of New York City", used special effects to transform it into a bygone mix of stores, buildings and billboards dating back through the decades.

These included the Bond Clothing Store , neon signs for the defunct airlines Braniff International Airways ended in and BOAC ended in , billboards advertising the release of the film Taxi Driver , the film Isle of the Snake People , and the to Broadway theatre production of Beyond the Fringe.

The scene also included a combination of the Sony , Canadian Club , and Coca-Cola neon signs that lit up Times Square in different eras, marquees for the long departed Times Square movie theatres showing pornography films and the film Fists of Fury , and other chronological anachronisms.

Ghostbusters received criticism from social media users following word of Feig's involvement and the all-female cast, which some felt was a "gimmick".

Todd Martens of the Los Angeles Times suggested that fans felt "entitled" to a film that preserved the original as they imagined it. Journalists from The Washington Post and The Atlantic stated that a majority of the criticism constituted misogynistic and anti- feminist comments in regard to the all-female cast.

In those scenes, the characters upload a video to YouTube and react to unpleasant comments left by viewers. Filmmaker James Rolfe declared that he would not see the new film and disliked how it was based in a new universe with no continuity to the previous films.

They, along with Feig, noted commonalities to the events and reactions of the Gamergate controversy in video games. Following the release of the film, cast member Leslie Jones became the target of racist and sexist abuse on Twitter.

And haters, attack me all you want but when you attack and insult my cast, you've crossed the line. Grow up and leave my cast alone. In November , Feig expressed regret that the social issues surrounding Ghostbusters negatively impacted its public perception and commercial performance, stating that "I think it kind of hampered us a little bit because the movie became so much of a cause.

I think for some of our audience, they were like, 'What the fuck? We don't wanna go to a cause. We just wanna watch a fuckin' movie'"; however, he expressed satisfaction with his work on the film and defended it, explaining "It was a great regret in my life that the movie didn't do better, 'cause I really loved it.

It's not a perfect movie. None of my movies are perfect. I liked what we were doing with it. It was only supposed to be there to entertain people".

Most of the Chinese audience didn't see the first and second movies, so they don't think there's much market for it here.

The first Ghostbusters trailer was released on March 3, It was viewed 24 million times in 24 hours on Facebook and YouTube , [] and more than 60 million times across all social media platforms in its first week.

Sony partnered with Snapchat to promote the film with "busting" and "sliming" features. The filter, which features the Ghostbusters logo, allows users to shoot at the character Slimer with their front-facing cameras and a virtual proton pack.

In addition, second video teaser ads ran within Snapchat's Discover section. The end credits use the title Ghostbusters: Answer the Call. Feig said this was added by the studio, who wanted to avoid confusion by having two films with the title Ghostbusters.

He rejected the title Ghostbusters , feeling it would date it. In a June television appearance, Aykroyd blamed the film's underperformance on Feig.

We just wish he had been more inclusive to the originators. It cost everyone as it is unlikely Kristen, Leslie, Melissa and Kate will ever reprise their roles as Ghostbusters which is sad.

The website's critical consensus reads, " Ghostbusters does an impressive job of standing on its own as a freewheeling, marvelously cast supernatural comedy—even if it can't help but pale somewhat in comparison with the classic original.

Manohla Dargis of The New York Times praised the film as "that rarest of big-studio offerings—a movie that is a lot of enjoyable, disposable fun.

Smith awarded the film four out of five stars and wrote that the "mean-spirited reception to the film before anyone had seen it does not seem to have put a dampener on the movie itself.

Fun oozes from almost every frame; likewise the energy of a team excited to be revolutionising the blockbuster landscape.

Kinnard of PopMatters praised the performances and the lack of cynicism, but concluded that "it feels like a safe, flavorless recipe prepared from gourmet ingredients.

Observer critic Mark Kermode awarded the film three out of five stars and wrote that "it would have been great to report that the finished film is good enough to shut the bigoted naysayers up once and for all [ After its opening weekend, Sony's president of worldwide distribution, Rory Bruer, told TheWrap that "while nothing has been officially announced, there's no doubt in [his] mind [a sequel] will happen.

On August 10, , The Hollywood Reporter expressed doubts about a sequel due to the film's box office performance. In an October interview, Feig told Bustle that a sequel was not in the works, but could be possible if the film performed well on its home release.

The same month, Reitman stated in an interview that other Ghostbusters projects were in development. In December , IDW Publishing announced that it would release a six-part limited series comic , Ghostbusters , featuring the original Ghostbusters teaming up with the team.

The first issue was released in March On January 15, , Ivan Reitman's son Jason Reitman was announced to be directing a new Ghostbusters film set in the same universe as the first two films, with Ivan serving as a producer and Gil Kenan co-writing the script alongside Jason.

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In , the Ghostbusters phenomenon was referenced across dozens of advertisements for everything from airlines to dentistry and real estate. The "-busters" suffix became a common term used at both local and national stages, being applied to topics like the United States national budget "budgetbusters" , agriculture "cropbusters" , Bs "nukebusters" sanitation "litterbusters" , or Pan American Airlines "pricebusters".

Similarly, the "no ghosts" logo was modified to protest political candidates like Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale to Mickey Mouse by striking Disney workers.

This is thought to be the first historical usage of "toast" as a slang term. Ghostbusters quickly developed a dedicated fan following that has continued to thrive in the years since.

Describing why Ghostbusters ' popularity has endured, Reitman said "kids are all worried about death and It became this movie that parents liked to bring their kids to — they could appreciate it on different levels but still watch it together.

Ghostbusters was turned into a special-effects laden stage show at Universal Studios Florida , that ran from to , based mainly on the film's final battle with Gozer.

The Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Florida will host a haunted maze attraction featuring locations, characters, and ghosts from the film.

In the years since its release, Ghostbusters merchandise has included: soundtrack albums, action figures, books, Halloween costumes, various LEGO and Playmobil sets including the Ecto-mobile and Firehouse, [] [] board games, [] [] slot machines , [] pinball machines , [] bobbleheads , statues, prop replicas , neon signs, ice cube trays, Minimates , coin banks, [] Funko Pop figures, [] footwear, [] lunch boxes, and breakfast cereals.

The film's success spawned the Ghostbusters franchise , comprising animated television shows, film sequels, reboots, video games, music, and a wide variety of merchandise.

It ran for episodes over seven seasons across six years, and itself spawned a spin-off Slimer-centric sub-series, comic books , and merchandise.

It was followed by a sequel series with 's Extreme Ghostbusters. Ultimately it earned less than the original's total gross and received a less positive critical reception.

Despite the sequel's relative failure, the name recognition and popularity of the actors and their characters meant a third film was still pursued.

In a interview, he said:. We did a sequel and it was sort of rather unsatisfying for me, because the first one to me was And the special-effects guys got it and got their hands on it.

And it was just not the same movie. There were a few great scenes in it, but it wasn't the same movie.

So there's never been an interest in a third Ghostbusters , because the second one was disappointing In the years that followed, Aykroyd continued his attempts to develop a sequel throughout the s to the early s.

Set two years after Ghostbusters II , the story follows the Ghostbusters training a recruit the player to combat a ghostly threat related to Gozer.

The game was well-received, earning award nominations for its storytelling. Aykroyd has referred to the game as being "essentially the third movie".

Several Ghostbusters comic books have continued the original group's adventures across the globe and other dimensions.

Following Ramis's death in , Reitman chose to no longer serve as director for a potential third film. He and Aykroyd set up a production company called Ghost Corps to continue and expand the franchise, starting with the female-led reboot Ghostbusters directed by Paul Feig.

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