- Murray said it was “extremely uncomfortable” to put the proton package back in the new Ghostbusters.
- The “Painful Body” shooting involved wind, dust and the primitive Ghostbusters fell a lot.
- Murray said: “These are like deadlifts in Bulgaria or kettlebells in Russia.”
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Bill Murray is about to play Dr. Peter Venkman in the latest movie of the “Ghostbusters” series “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”. The 70-year-old admitted to putting protons again Bao Lai played the silly ghost chaser, this time causing damage to his body.
According to Collider, Murray recently revealed during a virtual speech at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival: “It is physically painful.”
Murray has appeared in all sequels after the popular original in 1984, but he said that shooting for this new film was particularly challenging because the special effects made a lot of “wind and dust” appear on his face. “. In addition, there are many feelings of falling and retreating.
He said: “I thought,’What is this? What am I doing? These are like deadlifts in Bulgaria or kettlebells in Russia, bumping up and down on my back.” “It’s very uncomfortable.”
But the actor believes that pain is accompanied by glory.
Murray said: “Usually, when something is very painful, there will be some problems, and there will be some quality, if you can capture and project it, it will appear on the screen and affect you.”
Sony released the movie “Ghostbusters”, hoping that “The Afterlife” would succeed.
The original “Ghostbusters” was an instant comedy classic caused by the antics of Murray and the funny actors Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis, Sigourney Weaver, and the late Harold Ramis, but the 1989 sequel and the restart of all women All failed in 2016.
But Murray is optimistic. This is not only due to the painful factors he experienced this time, but also because Jason Reitman, the son of the original film director Ivan Reitman, is at the helm of the “afterlife”.
“I remember he called me and said,’I have an idea for another Ghostbusters.’ I have had an idea for several years. “I thought, “What’s the use?” Murray said. “I remember him when he was a kid. I remember his coming-of-age ceremony. I thought,’What the hell is this? What does this kid know? ‘But he has a very, very good idea. “
“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” is a direct sequel to the first two movies. Along with Murray, Aykroyd, Hudson and Weaver also played their respective roles. The film also played Carrie Coon, Paul Rudd and the “Stanger Things” star Finn Wolfhard.
The film is scheduled to be released in November 2021.