Ernie Hudson Compares Ghostbusters: Afterlife Reunion to A Spiritual Experience

Posted on June 25 2020 @ 20:06 PM BST

Ernie Hudson had an "almost spiritual" experience making Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Hudson was really happy to reunite with his Ghostbusters co-stars after all of this time, even though he sees a lot of them outside of the movie sets. Jason Reitman is behind the camera this time around and he's promising that the upcoming sequel is a love letter to fans. Hudson seems to think the same way, as does Dan Aykroyd, who was also recently interviewed about the movie.

As for jumping on board Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Ernie Hudson knew it was going to be a solid outing when Jason Reitman stepped up. Hudson knows how much the franchise has meant to the young director throughout his life, so he was excited to see what was going to happen. However, nothing prepared him for getting back on set with his former co-stars. He explains.

While it was nice to see everybody on the set of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Ernie Hudson and the rest of the cast definitely missed the late Harold Ramis. In a separate interview, Dan Aykroyd noted that Ramis, "will be very well represented in the new film, I can tell you that. He's very honorably represented." Hudson went on to say that even though he still sees a lot of the cast from time to time, it was wearing the jumpsuits with his fellow cast members that got him excited. Hudson had this to say.

Dan Aykroyd also heaped a lot of praise on the young cast of Ghostbusters: Afterlife. The franchise is something that Jason Reitman would like to continue, but that will be up to the fans and the box office numbers when all is said and done. Ernie Hudson is excited for fans to see the movie, and he doesn't normally get too excited about his projects. You can read what he had to say below.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife was originally supposed to open in theaters next month, but that won't be happening. Instead, the sequel is aiming for release early next year. We just have to wait a little bit longer to see what Jason Reitman has cooked up for the Ghostbusters fans. A positive factor about the later release date is that Reitman will have longer to perfect the post-production process with all of the CGI. The interview with Hudson was originally conducted by ComicBook.

Topics: Ghostbusters 2020, Ghostbusters