Why Jason Reitman Exactly Made Ghostbusters: Afterlife? The filmmaker has attempted the difficult proposition of following his father, legendary filmmaker Ivan Reitman, into the family business. While many children of Hollywood royalty have rode coattails, thinking they didn’t deviate from the family brand, Jason Reitman made his directorial debut with the dark comedy, thanks for smoking, focuses on Big Tobacco’s efforts as seen through the eyes of a lobbyist, using the magic of its spin to promote smoking. She then went on to tackle the topic of teen unplanned-pregnancy juno. Both films garnered praise from critics and audiences alike, but they contrasted strongly with the wider comedy Romeo. stripes, meatballs and of course, Ghost Busters.
Ghost Busters Came to the big screen in 1984 and little Jason was 7 years old. The story, the stars, the spectacle, the legacy, they were the background of Jason’s life. He recently talked about why he decided to take the plunge and get involved in his brand after achieving his own success. Ghost Busters Business.
“For the first 40 years of my life I was asked one question more than any other. It wasn’t when I was going to get married. It wasn’t when I was going to have kids. Or how I was going to get married. it was: are you going to make a Ghost Busters Movies? And finally I did. And for the last three years people have been asking, ‘Oh, what changed, why?’ It’s the same answer as all the time: There was a story I needed to tell.”
“And I wanted to make a film for my father. And I wanted to make a film for my daughter … Ghost Busters One of those rare franchises where it no longer belongs to the filmmakers. Unlike any other film I have made till date, this one is not mine. It’s not my father’s. Technically it belongs to Sony, but it really belongs to you all. …we wanted to make a movie that had suspense, laughter, have you sing the theme song when you walk out of the movie theatre. A film in which you can bring your family.”
It’s hard to believe that people didn’t understand why Jason Reitman Will not try to tackle making a film that will be measured against his father’s blockbuster hit, which has been admired for generations. No pressure, Jason! The relief and beauty described by Jason when his father saw Ghostbusters: Afterlife touching. “My father isn’t going home much because of Covid. But he took a test, put on a mask and went to the Sony lot to watch the film with the studio. And after that, he cried, and he said, ‘Me Very proud to be your father. And it was one of the great moments of my life.”
I’m sure it sealed the deal when Ghostbusters co-creator Dan Aykroyd, speaking of Jason Reitman taking the reins, described Jason as “the complete heir to the legacy as a writer, storyteller, and director.” His vision comes from the original, respectfully and honestly. From the original films. Can’t wait to see the lines around the multiplexes.” Neither do we, Ray! Meet you all in theaters on November 19. This news started on CinemaBlend.
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