This marks the return of one of my favorite movies!
Sony has hired Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, Emmy-winning writer-producers on the Steve Carell version of “The Office,” to script a “Ghostbusters” sequel that would reunite Venkman, Stanz, Spengler and Zeddemore.
Harold Ramis, who co-wrote the earlier “Ghostbusters” movies and portrayed Egon Spengler in those comedies, is in post-production on next summer’s Jack Black period comedy “Year One,” which was directed by Ramis from a screenplay by Ramis, Eisenberg and Stupnitsky.
Ramis has also directed episodes of “The Office” and is involved in the scripting of the soon to be released Ghostbusters video game for all next gen systems.
“Office” episodes scripted by the duo include “The Convention,” “Traveling Salesmen,” “The Return,” “Women’s Appreciation,” “Dinner Party” and “Job Fair.”
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