‘Ghostbusters’ and ‘Resident Evil’ News
In supernatural sequel news, Seth Rogen spoke to Collider about his unofficial attachment to the newly speculated Ghostbusters 3. The film reportedly involves the original Ghostbusters recruiting a new generation of spook-stalking experts, allegedly played by Judd Apatow favorites — namely Rogen.
Asked if anyone has formally spoken to him about the film, Rogen replied: "No. Not at all."
"It’s hard to imagine that [Ghostbusters 3] would be good, isn’t it?" Rogen admits. "I mean just as a movie fan, I am the first guy to be skeptical of that. It sounds like a terrible idea when you first hear it. At first, hearing it sounds like the worst idea ever."
That doesn’t mean Rogen’s totally out on the idea, but it’ll take a lot to get the actor on board.
"[Ghostbusters 3] would have to be one motherf***ing good script," Rogen says. "There is a point where it’s so bad, it’s really easy to say no."
Click here to check out Rogen’s thoughts on other projects, including The Green Hornet.
In other news, if you ain’t afraid of no ghost, then maybe you’re afraid of zombies. At least you should be if it’s Paul W.S. Anderson zombies we’re talking about. The director of the Alien vs. Predator, Death Race and the Resident Evil trilogy wants to return for more zombie bashing fun.
"I’m writing an adaptation of the Long Good Friday right now, set in present-day Miami," Anderson tells the Sunday Sun. "Then I will probably write Resident Evil 4."
The most recent Resident Evil: Extinction concludes with series star Milla Jovovich’s Alice in an Umbrella Corporation facility filled with hundreds of her clones. Taking a cue from Neo in The Matrix, Alice then calls Umbrella executives to tell them she’s coming for vengeance with an army of herselves. Certainly sounds sequel worthy, eh? Eh?!