Ghostbusters 3 moving ahead without Harold Ramis


From Digital Spy

Ghostbusters 3 will continue to move ahead following the death of Harold Ramis.

The script for the film is being reworked after the actor and writer passed away this week at the age of 69.

Ramis was due to reprise his role as Egon Spengler in Sony Pictures' film.

Director Ivan Reitman is scheduled to meet with Sony bosses about the future of the project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Ramis was said to only have a small role in the sequel, which will apparently centre around a new team of Ghostbusters.

Dan Aykroyd remains attached to the project.

Ramis held a stake in the third film alongside Reitman, Aykroyd and Bill Murray, which will pass to his estate.

The progress on the Ghostbusters 3 script means that the film will not begin shooting in 2014.

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