miércoles, 17 de septiembre de 2014

Dan Aykroyd revela planes a futuro para Ghostbusters

El actor de 62 años, quien escribiera y actuara las dos primeras películas de Ghostbusters, revela que tiene planes de expandir el universo de Ghostbusters como lo hiciera Star Wars y Marvel.


Explica: "Mis planes para Ghostbusters van más allá de una secuela, una precuela y un programa para televisión. Solo quiero saber que significa la franquicia para Sony."
"¿Que significa Pixar y Star Wars para Disney? ¿Que significa Marvel para la Fox?"
"Y ahora el equipo, los ejecutivos, los creativos, Ivan (Reitman) y yo, nos preguntamos ¿que hacer con esto en los próximos 10 años?
"No solo otra película o programa de televisión. La mitología desde el inicio de sus vidas, hasta el final de las mismas. Ghostbusters de nueve años, Ghostbusters en secundaria."
"Me hago esta analogía. Tenemos el Ecto (el auto de los Ghostbusters), ahí en el garage, sin el motor, sin la transmisión, sin pintura, sin llantas, está parado en bloques, necesita nuevos cables, todo nuevo."
"Eso es lo que tenemos que hacer. Todo el mundo de Ghostbusters debe ser reconstruído. Es mi pensamiento ambicioso hoy en día."
"Tomando el modelo de Marvel, donde tomamos todos los elementos que estan en sus películas y los sacamos como diferentes ideas."
Añade "Creo que una tercera película con chicas, o una cuarta películas con chicas, es una posibilidad. Necesitamos trabajar en ello."

El asunto aquí es que todas esas ideas, todos esos planes tengan el respaldo de Sony y del equipo creativo con quien trabaja Aykroyd. Suena muy bien todo lo que plantea, pero al ser una franquicia tan famosa y significativa para toda una generación, deben de trabajar detalladamente y pensar bien lo que hagan, y no caer en proyectos ambiciosos sin fundamento que lleven el nombre de Ghostbusters a la ruina y al olvido.
Todo suena muy bien, y yo seguiré apoyando la franquicia en cualquier proyecto que decidan llevar a cabo, solo esperemos resultados de calidad.
The 62-year-old actor was mobbed by fans dressed as Ghostbusters as he attended the Opera Gallery in London's Mayfair today to open a new art exhibition featuring his Crystal Head Vodka bottles.
There have been reports that the long-planned Ghostbusters III will now take the form of a reboot featuring an all-female team of spook-catchers.
But Dan, who also co-wrote the first two films, revealed his dream of following in the footsteps of franchises such as Star Wars and Marvel.
He explained: "My whole thinking is Ghostbusters now is, its beyond just another sequel, a prequel, another TV show. I'm thinking what does the whole brand mean to Sony?
"What does Pixar and Star Wars mean to Disney? What does Marvel mean to Fox?
"And all of us on the team now, the executives, the creatives, Ivan [Reitman, the director] and myself. We're thinking what do we build this thing into in the next 10 years?
"Not just another movie or another TV show, but what's the totality of it? The whole mythology from the beginning of their lives, the end of their lives. Ghostbusters at nine years old, Ghostbusters in High School.
"I draw this analogy. We've got the Ecto [the Ghostbusters' car], it's sitting in the garage, it's got the motor out of it, the transmission out of it, the paint's gone, the wheels are gone, it's up on blocks, it needs new electronics, new everything.
"That's what we have to do. The whole vehicle of Ghostbusters hasto be rebuilt. That's the ambitious thinking that's going on now.
"Taking on the model of Marvel, where we take all of the elements that are in this movie and we put them out there as different ideas."
He added: "I think a third movie with females, or a fourth movie with females, is definitely a possibility. We need to write it."
Dan was at the Opera Gallery to meet artists Eduardo Guelfenbein, The London Police and Nick Gentry who have created customised one-off versions of his Crystal Head Vodka bottles to celebrate the launch of the three-litre Jeroboam.
He said: "The whole project grew out of ideas by two artists, myself as a writer and my friend John Alexander who's an oil painter. It really is an artist's bottle, it's a designer's bottle.
"And when we put it out we began to get responses from all over the world on social media, from guys and girls who were just taking it and doing what they wanted with it in terms of their own medium.
"So we thought, 'Let's throw it out to the artistic community in Britain. Let's just give them a head and see what they want to use it for."
- See more at: http://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/aykroyd-reveals-ghostbusters-plans-30591531.html#sthash.oPJXRE5i.dpuf
The 62-year-old actor was mobbed by fans dressed as Ghostbusters as he attended the Opera Gallery in London's Mayfair today to open a new art exhibition featuring his Crystal Head Vodka bottles.
There have been reports that the long-planned Ghostbusters III will now take the form of a reboot featuring an all-female team of spook-catchers.
But Dan, who also co-wrote the first two films, revealed his dream of following in the footsteps of franchises such as Star Wars and Marvel.
He explained: "My whole thinking is Ghostbusters now is, its beyond just another sequel, a prequel, another TV show. I'm thinking what does the whole brand mean to Sony?
"What does Pixar and Star Wars mean to Disney? What does Marvel mean to Fox?
"And all of us on the team now, the executives, the creatives, Ivan [Reitman, the director] and myself. We're thinking what do we build this thing into in the next 10 years?
"Not just another movie or another TV show, but what's the totality of it? The whole mythology from the beginning of their lives, the end of their lives. Ghostbusters at nine years old, Ghostbusters in High School.
"I draw this analogy. We've got the Ecto [the Ghostbusters' car], it's sitting in the garage, it's got the motor out of it, the transmission out of it, the paint's gone, the wheels are gone, it's up on blocks, it needs new electronics, new everything.
"That's what we have to do. The whole vehicle of Ghostbusters hasto be rebuilt. That's the ambitious thinking that's going on now.
"Taking on the model of Marvel, where we take all of the elements that are in this movie and we put them out there as different ideas."
He added: "I think a third movie with females, or a fourth movie with females, is definitely a possibility. We need to write it."
Dan was at the Opera Gallery to meet artists Eduardo Guelfenbein, The London Police and Nick Gentry who have created customised one-off versions of his Crystal Head Vodka bottles to celebrate the launch of the three-litre Jeroboam.
He said: "The whole project grew out of ideas by two artists, myself as a writer and my friend John Alexander who's an oil painter. It really is an artist's bottle, it's a designer's bottle.
"And when we put it out we began to get responses from all over the world on social media, from guys and girls who were just taking it and doing what they wanted with it in terms of their own medium.
"So we thought, 'Let's throw it out to the artistic community in Britain. Let's just give them a head and see what they want to use it for."
- See more at: http://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/aykroyd-reveals-ghostbusters-plans-30591531.html#sthash.oPJXRE5i.dpuf
The 62-year-old actor was mobbed by fans dressed as Ghostbusters as he attended the Opera Gallery in London's Mayfair today to open a new art exhibition featuring his Crystal Head Vodka bottles.
There have been reports that the long-planned Ghostbusters III will now take the form of a reboot featuring an all-female team of spook-catchers.
But Dan, who also co-wrote the first two films, revealed his dream of following in the footsteps of franchises such as Star Wars and Marvel.
He explained: "My whole thinking is Ghostbusters now is, its beyond just another sequel, a prequel, another TV show. I'm thinking what does the whole brand mean to Sony?
"What does Pixar and Star Wars mean to Disney? What does Marvel mean to Fox?
"And all of us on the team now, the executives, the creatives, Ivan [Reitman, the director] and myself. We're thinking what do we build this thing into in the next 10 years?
"Not just another movie or another TV show, but what's the totality of it? The whole mythology from the beginning of their lives, the end of their lives. Ghostbusters at nine years old, Ghostbusters in High School.
"I draw this analogy. We've got the Ecto [the Ghostbusters' car], it's sitting in the garage, it's got the motor out of it, the transmission out of it, the paint's gone, the wheels are gone, it's up on blocks, it needs new electronics, new everything.
"That's what we have to do. The whole vehicle of Ghostbusters hasto be rebuilt. That's the ambitious thinking that's going on now.
"Taking on the model of Marvel, where we take all of the elements that are in this movie and we put them out there as different ideas."
He added: "I think a third movie with females, or a fourth movie with females, is definitely a possibility. We need to write it."
Dan was at the Opera Gallery to meet artists Eduardo Guelfenbein, The London Police and Nick Gentry who have created customised one-off versions of his Crystal Head Vodka bottles to celebrate the launch of the three-litre Jeroboam.
He said: "The whole project grew out of ideas by two artists, myself as a writer and my friend John Alexander who's an oil painter. It really is an artist's bottle, it's a designer's bottle.
"And when we put it out we began to get responses from all over the world on social media, from guys and girls who were just taking it and doing what they wanted with it in terms of their own medium.
"So we thought, 'Let's throw it out to the artistic community in Britain. Let's just give them a head and see what they want to use it for."
- See more at: http://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/aykroyd-reveals-ghostbusters-plans-30591531.html#sthash.oPJXRE5i.dpuf

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