Ghostbusters: Ernie Hudson talks about future sequels and his possible involvement

Ernie Hudson, face of Winston Zeddemore, has revealed what excites him most about the idea of ​​being able to take part in future Ghostbusters films.

Ernie Hudsonface of the unforgettable Winston Zeddemorecame back to talk about Ghostbustersand any future sequels he would like to be a part of for a particular reason.

The first Ghostbusters film, released in 1984, was a great success with audiences also thanks to the unforgettable cast. The actors then reprized their roles in Ghostbusters 2, released in 1989.

In November of last year, some of the original cast members such as Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson himself returned to the big screen to appear in Ghostbusters: Legacyof which in recent months, thanks above all to the positive feedback received from the film, a new sequel was announced, of which, however, there is still little news.

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In a recent interview with AV Club, reported by ScreenRant, Ernie Hudson returned to talk about the films and what excites him the most about the idea of ​​once again wearing the role of Winston Zeddemore in potential future sequels to Ghostbusters.

When asked if he would be interested in bringing back the character of Zeddemore in “appropriate wayon screen for another Ghostbusters movie, the actor replied: “If ‘adequate’ means being well paid, yes I do. I love Ghostbusters, I love Winston Zeddemore and in the movie he’s now a billionaire so that makes me very excited“.

In Ghostbusters: Afterlife, viewers learn that Zeddemore is now a wealthy entrepreneur and the film ends with him buying the old Ghostbusters firehouse in New York City.
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