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Retrieved December 17, Ghostbusters was the first comedy film to employ expensive special effects. There was concern about the budget it would require, and little faith in its potential for box office success.

Competition for special effects studios among various movies in development at the time meant that part of the budget was used to co-found a new studio under Richard Edlund.

He used a combination of practical effects, miniatures, and puppets to deliver the ghoulish visuals. Ghostbusters was released on June 8, , to critical acclaim and became a cultural phenomenon.

It was well received for its deft blend of comedy, action, and horror, and Murray's performance was repeatedly singled out for praise.

In , the Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry , finding it "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Its theme song, " Ghostbusters " by Ray Parker Jr. With its effect on popular culture, and a dedicated fan following, the success of Ghostbusters launched a multi-billion dollar multimedia franchise.

This includes the popular animated television series The Real Ghostbusters which itself spawned a media franchise , its sequel series Extreme Ghostbusters , video games , board games, comic books , clothing, music, books, food, toys, collectables, and haunted attractions.

Ghostbusters was followed in by a sequel, Ghostbusters II , which fared less well financially and critically. Repeated attempts to develop a further sequel had ended following Ramis's death in A reboot, also called Ghostbusters , was released to mixed reviews and financial failure.

A second, direct sequel, Ghostbusters: Afterlife , is scheduled for release in Following their first encounter with a ghost manifesting at the New York Public Library , the dean fires them and dismisses the credibility of their research.

In response, they create "Ghostbusters", a paranormal investigation and elimination service. They convert a disused firehouse, develop high-tech equipment to capture and contain ghosts, and convert a combination car into the "Ectomobile" to support their business.

Seeing their television ad, a skeptical cellist, Dana Barrett, is initially dismissive but reluctantly calls them after a paranormal encounter in her kitchen.

Recounting the event, she describes opening her refrigerator and seeing a creature that utters a single word: "Zuul.

Business is slow until they are hired to remove a ghost from the Sedgewick Hotel. There, Egon warns the group never to cross the energy streams of their proton pack weapons, as this could cause a catastrophic explosion.

They capture their first ghost and deposit it in a special containment unit in the firehouse. Soon their business booms as paranormal activity increases across New York City.

To cope with demand, they hire a fourth member, Winston Zeddemore. Suspicious of their operation, Walter Peck, an Environmental Protection Agency inspector, asks to evaluate their equipment but leaves after Venkman insults him.

Privately, Egon warns the team the increase in supernatural activity is becoming dangerous and their equipment is at risk of failing under the stress.

Venkman meets with Dana. He shares that Zuul was a demigod worshiped as a servant to "Gozer the Gozerian," a shape-shifting god of destruction.

He convinces Dana to discuss her case further over dinner. However, when Dana returns home, she is supernaturally assaulted and possessed by Zuul.

In a nearby apartment, a nearly identical entity manifests, then chases and possesses her neighbor, Louis Tully. Peck returns with law-enforcement and city workers to have the Ghostbusters arrested and orders the deactivation of their ghost containment system.

Stressed beyond capacity, the shutdown causes an explosion that releases the captured ghosts, and the Ghostbusters are detained.

In jail, Ray and Egon reveal that Dana's building is the true source of the supernatural increase. The architect, Ivo Shandor, a genius and leader of a Gozer-worshipping cult, designed it to channel ghosts for the purpose of ending the world.

Faced with chaos in the city, the Ghostbusters convince the mayor to release them despite Peck's protests.

Gozer, in the form of a woman, arrives, and Ray attempts to reason with her first. When this fails, Gozer attacks, forcing the Ghostbusters to attempt to trap her, but she disappears.

Her disembodied voice demands the Ghostbusters "choose the form of the destructor. Egon tells the team to ignore his earlier advice and cross their proton energy streams at Gozer's portal.

The resulting explosion destroys Gozer's marshmallow man form, banishes it from this dimension, and closes the portal. The Ghostbusters rescue Dana and Louis from the wreckage and are welcomed on the street as heroes.

Kasem's wife Jean appears in the film as the tall guest at Louis' party. The film also features appearances by porn star Ron Jeremy , and a young Debbie Gibson.

Ghostbusters was inspired by Dan Aykroyd 's fascination with and belief in the paranormal. In , he read an article on quantum physics and parapsychology in The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research , which gave him the idea of trapping ghosts.

He likened them to normal pest control workers, saying that "calling a Ghostbuster was just like getting rats removed. After his successes with Animal House , Meatballs , and Stripes , Aykroyd felt Ivan Reitman was the logical choice for director.

It contained the Ghostbusters' logo and elements such as the Marshmallow Man that were in the finished script. Reitman met with Aykroyd over lunch at Art's Delicatessen in Studio City, Los Angeles , and explained to him that his current treatment would be impossible to make.

He suggested setting it entirely on Earth would make the extraordinary elements more humorous. He felt if they focused on realism from the beginning then the existence of the Marshmallow Man would be believable by the end.

Reitman also conceived the idea of detailing the Ghostbusters' origins working at a university before starting their business, saying "this was beginning of the s: everyone was going into business.

Reitman had worked with him on Animal House , Meatballs , and Stripes , and believed he could better execute the tone he intended for the script than Aykroyd.

Despite the script requiring considerable changes, Reitman pitched the film to then— Columbia Pictures executive Frank Price in March Price recounted finding the concept funny but the project itself controversial, as comedies were seen to have a ceiling on profitability.

The film would require a big budget due to the special effects and a cast whose fame continued to grow thanks to Saturday Night Live.

Price agreed as long as the film could be released by June Gross as associate producers , having collaborated with them previously. Gallop returned to head office reporting that Price was "out of control.

Several titles were considered for the film since "Ghostbusters" was legally restricted by the s children's show The Ghost Busters owned by Universal Studios.

Some options included "Ghoststoppers," "Ghostbreakers," and "Ghostsmashers. Given Hollywood's accounting practices, however, the film technically never made a profit for Universal to be owed a payment.

Aykroyd, Ramis, and Reitman began reworking the script, first at Reitman's office before sequestering themselves and their families on Martha's Vineyard , Massachusetts.

Aykroyd had a home there, and they worked day and night for about two weeks in his basement. He considered himself a "kitchen sink" writer who created the funny situations and paranormal jargon, while Ramis refined the jokes and dialogue.

They wrote separately and then rewrote each other. Many scenes had to be cut, including an asylum haunted by celebrities, and an illegal ghost storage facility in a New Jersey gas station.

Having written for Murray multiple times before, Ramis said he knew how to handle his character's voice. It was decided early on that Ramis' character would be the brains of the Ghostbusters, Aykroyd's was the heart, and Murray's was the mouth.

Ramis preferred they be in control "of their own destiny" and make their own choices. This led to the development of more distinct identities for the three central characters: Venkman as the cool, modern salesman; Stanz as the honest, enthusiastic technician; and Spengler as the factual, stoic intellectual.

It featured a man wearing a three-piece tweed suit, wire-rim glasses, with his hair standing straight up. He took the character's first name from a Hungarian refugee he attended school with and the surname of historian Oswald Spengler.

The most difficult part of the writing was determining the story's goal, who the villain was and their goal, why ghosts were manifesting, and how a towering Marshmallow Man appeared.

The Marshmallow Man was one of many elaborate creatures in Aykroyd's initial treatment, originally intended to emerge from the East River only twenty minutes into the film.

It stood out to Reitman but concerned him because of the relatively realistic tone they were taking. While this process was occurring, Reitman was searching for a special effects studio for the film, eventually recruiting Richard Edlund in the same two-week span.

Casting Bill Murray was considered essential to Ghostbusters ' potential success, but he was known for not committing to projects until the last minute.

Price agreed to fund The Razor's Edge , which Murray had co-written and was starring in. His rationale was that if it failed it would lose very little money, but he hoped the gesture would secure Murray's commitment to Ghostbusters.

Excited by the part, he agreed to the job for half his usual salary. The night before shooting began, he was given a new script with a greatly reduced role; Reitman told him the studio wanted to expand Murray's part.

Julia Roberts auditioned for the role of Dana Barrett, but it was Sigourney Weaver who attracted the filmmakers' attention.

There was some resistance to casting her because of the generally serious roles she played in Alien and The Year of Living Dangerously Weaver revealed her comedic background, developed at the Yale School of Drama , and began walking on all fours and howling like a dog.

Reitman said this solved issues with the last act by giving the characters personal stakes in the events. John Candy was offered the role of Louis Tully.

Reitman recalled it was a few days before Candy called him back to say he did not understand the character. Candy suggested portraying Tully with a German accent and multiple German Shepherds , but the filmmakers felt there were already enough dogs in the film.

They and Candy passed on the casting. Reitman was already aware of Rick Moranis from their work together in Toronto and sent him the script.

He called Reitman back about an hour later and accepted the part, saying he understood the character completely.

As she arrived for her first day of filming, Reitman rushed Potts into the current scene. She quickly changed out of her street clothes and borrowed a pair of glasses worn by the set dresser.

Her character ended up wearing the glasses throughout the film, provided to her by the dresser before each scene.

The role was described to Atherton as akin to Margaret Dumont 's role as a comedic foil to the Marx Brothers. I have to be outraged.

Reubens passed on the idea, and it went to Yugoslavian actress Slavitza Jovan. The role changed to one inspired by the androgynous looks of Grace Jones and David Bowie.

On a separate day, the crew drove around the city filming spontaneous scenes at iconic locations, including one shot at Rockefeller Center where the actors were chased off by a real security guard; it appears in the film.

This prompted associate producer Joe Medjuck to contact the studio urging them to secure permission to use the word as the title.

Filming on location in New York lasted for about six weeks, finishing just before Christmas. In the early s, many saw the city as synonymous with fiscal disaster and violence, and Los Angeles was seen as the center of the entertainment industry.

The building at 55 Central Park West served as the home of Weaver's character and the setting of the Ghostbusters' climactic battle with Gozer.

The art department added extra floors and embellishments using matte paintings , models, and digital effects to create the focal point of ghostly activity.

This affected traffic across a large swath of the city. Gross remarked that, from the top of the building, they could see traffic queuing all the way to Brooklyn.

At various points, a police officer drew his gun on a taxi driver who refused orders; in a similar incident, another officer pulled a driver through his limo window.

Aykroyd encountered science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov , a man he admired, who complained: "You guys are inconveniencing this building, it's just awful; I don't know how they got away with this!

The Irving Trust Bank on Fifth Avenue served as the bank where Aykroyd's character takes out a third mortgage to provide the Ghostbusters' startup money.

Location scouts searched for buildings that could replicate the interiors of buildings being filmed in New York. Interior firehouse shots were taken instead at the decommissioned Fire House No.

The building design, while common in New York, was a rarity in Los Angeles. An archival photograph of an active crew in Fire House No.

As the film used practical effects, they needed skilled technicians who resided mainly in the city, and soundstages that, at the time, were non-existent in New York.

The stacks were destroyed in a fire, and the area now serves as space for storage and shipping. The short production schedule and looming June 8, , release date meant that Reitman was editing the film while shooting it.

There was often time for only a few takes. As Gross described it: "[Y]ou storyboard in advance, that's like editing in advance. You've got a scene, they're going to approve that scene, and we're going to spend nine months doing that cut.

There's no second takes, no outtakes, there's no coverage. You can cut stuff, but you can't add stuff. It made him Reitman so confined that it really bothered him.

One of the deleted scenes involved a segment at "Fort Detmerring" where Aykroyd's Ray has a sexual encounter with a female ghost.

The scene was intended to introduce a love interest for Aykroyd. The feeling was it was extraneous to the fast-moving plot, however, so Reitman used the footage as a dream sequence during the mid-film montage instead.

They not only allowed him to make changes, but he considered they also helped him understand how to better pace the film.

Kahn completed the first full cut of the film three weeks after filming concluded. It was orchestrated by Bernstein's son Peter and David Spear. He was hired before filming had begun or all the cast had been signed.

He did not want the music to tell the audience when something was funny. Bernstein had to bring a musician from England to play the instrument because there were so few trained ondists.

He also used three Yamaha DX7 synthesizers. He found it a challenge to balance the film's varying comedic and serious tones.

He created an "antic" theme for the Ghostbusters he described as "cute, without being really way out.

Early on Reitman and Bernstein discussed the idea that Ghostbusters would feature popular music at specific points as well as Bernstein's original score.

This included "Magic" by Mick Smiley, which plays during the scene when the ghosts are released from the Ghostbusters headquarters.

Bernstein's main theme for the Ghostbusters was later replaced by Ray Parker Jr. Music was required for a montage in the middle of the film, and " I Want a New Drug " by Huey Lewis and the News was used as a temporary placeholder because of its appropriate tempo.

Reitman was later introduced to Parker Jr. During the film's thirteen-month production, all the major special effects studios were working on other films.

The remaining studios were too small to work on the approximately individual effects shots needed for Ghostbusters.

At the same time, special effects cinematographer Richard Edlund planned to leave ILM and start his own business. Edlund previously worked on the supernatural horror film Poltergeist It served as a reference for the ghost designs in Ghostbusters.

Gross said it was difficult to balance making the ghosts seem like a genuine threat while fitting the film's more comedic tone.

The day before his deadline, Johnson learned Aykroyd and Ramis had wanted Slimer to be an homage to John Belushi's likeness.

With that information and a series of Belushi headshots, Johnson took at least three grams of cocaine and believed that Belushi's ghost was visiting him to provide encouragement.

It was during this episode that he sculpted the final Slimer design that appears in the film. Smaller, egg-size models were made for less animated movements like flying around the ceiling of the Sedgewick Hotel ballroom.

Aykroyd tasked his friend, referred to as the Viking, with designing the Marshmallow Man, asking for a combination of the Michelin Man and the Pillsbury Doughboy in a sailor hat.

There were three different heads for the suit, built from foam and fiberglass, with different expressions and movements controlled by cable mechanisms.

The costume was filmed against scale models to finish the effect. The effects team were able to find only one model of a police car at the correct scale.

They bought several and modified them to represent different vehicles. The water from a burst hydrant hit by a remote-controlled car was actually sand as the water did not scale down.

The cream acted as a skin irritant after hours of filming, giving some of the cast rashes. Johnson also sculpted the Zombie Cab Driver puppet. Johnson based it on a reanimated corpse puppet he had made for An American Werewolf in London These had to be collected and reassembled for each take.

Reitman used a multi-camera setup to focus on the librarian and the cards flying around her and a wider overall shot. Randy Cook was responsible for creating the quarter-scale stop-motion puppets of Gozer's minions Zuul and Vinz, the Terror Dogs, when in motion.

The model was heavy and unwieldy. It took nearly thirty hours to film it moving across a foot stage for the scene where it pursues Louis Tully across a street.

A rubber door was used to allow distortion as if something was trying to come through it, while grips concealed in a trapdoor beneath the chair, burst through it while wearing demonic dog-leg gloves.

It took up to three weeks to create a second of footage. Hardware consultant Stephen Dane was responsible for designing most of the Ghostbusters' iconic equipment, including the "proton packs" used to wrangle ghosts, ghost traps, and their vehicle, the Ectomobile.

The equipment had to be designed and built in the six weeks before filming began in September It was highly machined but it had to look off-the-shelf and military surplus.

Following Reitman's tweaks to the design, on-screen models were made from a fiberglass shell with an aluminum backplate bolted to a United States Army backpack frame.

Gaspar used rubber molds to create identical fiberglass shells [49] The neutrino wand had a flashbulb at the tip, giving animators an original point for the proton streams.

The Ectomobile, was in the first draft of Aykroyd's script, and he and John Daveikis developed some early concepts for the car. Dane developed fully detailed drawings for the interior and exterior and supervised the transformation of the Cadillac Miller-Meteor ambulance conversion into the Ectomobile.

It also had fantastic features such as the ability to dematerialize and travel inter-dimensionally. Two vehicles were purchased, one for the pre-modification scenes.

In the script, Aykroyd described the Ghostbusters clothing and vehicle as bearing a No symbol with a ghost trapped in it, again crediting his friend the Viking with the original concept.

Gross, who had volunteered to serve as art director for the film. As the logo would be required for props and sets, it needed to be finalized quickly, and Gross worked with Boss Film artist Brent Boates who was also working as a creature design consultant for the film.

According to Gross, two versions of the logo exist, with one having "ghostbusters" written across the diagonal part of the sign.

Gross did not like how it looked and flipped the diagonal bar to read top left to bottom right instead, but they later removed the wording.

According to Gross, this is the correct version of the sign that was used throughout Europe. The bottom left to top right version was used in the United States as that was the design of the No symbol there.

Medjuck also hired John DeCuir as production designer. It was one of the largest constructed sets in film history and was surrounded by a degree cyclorama painting.

The lighting used throughout the painting consumed enough power the rest of the studio had to be shut down, and an additional four generators added, when it was in use.

The first three floors and street-front of Dana's building were recreated as sets for filming, including the climactic earthquake scene where hydraulics were used to raise broken parts of the street.

When people went home early in the evening everything was normal, and when the little old ladies came out to walk their dogs in the morning, the whole street had erupted.

Apparently, people complained to the New York Police Department and their switchboard lit up. The film was first screened for test audiences on February 3, , with unfinished effects shots to determine if the comedy worked.

Even at this point, Reitman was still concerned audiences would not react well to the Marshmallow Man because of its deviation from the realism of the rest of the film.

It was during the opening librarian scene that Reitman knew the film worked. Audiences reacted with fear, laughs, and applause as the Librarian Ghost transformed from a lady into a monster.

Price recalled laughing as the rest of the audience sat deadpan, rationalizing that an industry audience wants failure.

In the months before its debut, a teaser trailer was released focused on the "No ghosts" logo, helping the icon to become recognizable far in advance, and generating interest in the film without mentioning its title or its stars.

It became the second highest-grossing film of the year behind Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. The film briefly regained the number one spot the following week before spending the next five weeks at number two, initially behind Red Dawn and then the thriller Tightrope.

It began a gradual decline and fell from the list of the top ten grossing films by late October. It left cinemas in early January after thirty weeks.

Ghostbusters opened to generally positive reviews. Ebert noted the effects existed to serve the actors' performances and not the reverse, saying it is "an exception to the general rule that big special effects can wreck a comedy.

He was critical of Hudson's late addition to the plot as Winston Zeddemore and the character's lack of development, saying it makes "him appear as only a token box office lure.

Richard Schickel similarly praised Murray, and the grace of Aykroyd and Ramis in allowing Murray to outshine them. Schickel considered Murray's character Peter Venkman a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to develop fully his patented comic character.

Ultimately he believed praise was due to all involved for "thinking on a grandly comic scale. Kehr said Reitman is adept at improvisational comedy, but lost control of the film as the special effects gradually escalated.

Arthur Knight appreciated the relaxed style of comedy saying while the plot is "primitive," it has far more style and finesse than would be expected of the creative team behind Meatballs and Animal House.

He singled out editors Sheldon Kahn and David Blewitt for creating a sustained pace of comedy and action. Travers appreciated how Murray, Aykroyd, and Ramis worked together.

Joseph Gelmis described the Ghostbusters as an adolescent fantasy, comparing their firehouse base to the Batcave with a Fireman's pole and an Ectomobile on the ground floor.

He said the film works as a collaborative effort by the three main Ghostbusters, particularly Murray, who dismisses the serious situations to keep them comedic.

He felt they reached for more creative humor and genuine thrills instead. Hicks singled out Murray saying he "has never been better than he is here.

On a more critical note, Janet Maslin said that Murray's talents were in service to a film lacking wit or coherence.

She noted many of the characters had little to do, leaving their stories unresolved as the plot began to give way to servicing the special effects instead.

For Maslin, Ghostbusters worked during the small ghost-catching scenes, but was out of hand during the apocalyptic finale.

However, she did praise Weaver's performance as an "excellent foil" for Murray. Variety also singled out Murray for his "endearing" physical comedy and ad-libbing.

She praised Murray, but felt that other actors did not have much material to contribute to the story; she concluded, "Murray's lines fall on dead air.

Ray Parker, Jr. It spent a total of 21 weeks on the charts. None of the actors were paid for participating, but did so as a favor to Reitman.

According to Parker, Jr. Regarding his case against Lewis, Parker, Jr. They alleged the Ghostbusters logo was based on their character Fatso.

The case was decided in Columbia's favor. Murray left acting for four years following the release of Ghostbusters. He described the film's success as a phenomenon that would forever be his biggest accomplishment and, compounded by the failure of his personal project The Razor's Edge , he felt "radioactive".

Aside from a bit-part in Little Shop of Horrors , Murray chose to avoid making movies until when he appeared in the Christmas comedy film Scrooged.

Hudson for his part looked on the film fondly and with lament. He regretted the marginalization of his character from the original script, as many of Winston's major scenes were passed to Murray.

He felt Ghostbusters did not improve his career as he had hoped, or been promised, and in some cases, it had cost him roles. Hudson turned to television after Ghostbusters appearing in several shows.

He considered his experience had taught him how to adjust when things did not go his way. In a interview, Hudson said: "I love the character and he's got some great lines, but I felt the guy was just kind of there.

I love the movie, I love the guys. Ghostbusters has been analyzed as an era-appropriate example of Republican or Libertarian ideology, in particular Reagan era economics popularized by then United States President Ronald Reagan.

Reaganomics focused on limited government spending and regulation in favor of a free market provided by the private sector of entrepreneurship, profit motives, and individual initiative.

Analysts point to the film's premise of a small private business obstructed by an arrogant, incompetent bureaucrat Walter Peck from a government agency the Environmental Protection Agency.

It is because of this interference that the Ghostbusters' ghost containment unit is compromised, unleashing spirits upon the city and triggering Gozer's arrival.

He had worked in the private sector where, "They expect results. The Washington Examiner notes that it is the private sector that arrives to combat the increasing supernatural activity in New York, for a fee, while the government is incapable of doing anything.

Reitman, in particular, considers himself a "conservative-slash-libertarian". Paramount had scheduled the film for release the day before Ghostbusters.

In response, Columbia moved Ghostbusters ' release a week earlier. The film was released in on LaserDisc , a format then experiencing a resurgence in popularity.

Ghostbusters was released as a one-disc CLV version, and a two-disc special edition CAV version featuring deleted scenes , a split-screen demonstration of the film's effects, the screenplay, and other special features.

In a interview for the first DVD release of the film, Reitman admitted that he had not been involved in the LaserDisc version and had been embarrassed by the visual changes that "pumped up the light level so much you saw all the matte lines", highlighting flaws in the special effects.

Blu-ray disc editions were released to celebrate the film's 25th, 30th, and 35th anniversaries in , , and respectively.

They featured remastered 4K resolution video quality, deleted scenes, alternate takes, fan interviews and commentaries by crewmembers and actors including Aykroyd, Ramis, Reitman, and Medjuck.

The 35th-anniversary version came in a limited edition steel book cover and contained unseen footage including the deleted "Fort Detmerring" scene.

It includes four unreleased tracks, and commentary by Bernstein's son Peter. Following its release Ghostbusters was considered a phenomenon and highly influential.

The Ghostbusters ' s theme song was a hit, and Halloween of was dominated by children dressed as Ghostbusters. Ghostbusters also confirmed that the merchandising success of Star Wars was not a fluke.

A successful, recognizable brand could be used to launch spin-offs, helping establish a business model in the film industry that has since become the status quo.

Once Ghostbusters ' popularity was clear, the studio aggressively cultivated its profile, translating it into merchandising and other media such as television, extending its profitable lifetime long after the film had left theaters.

Entertainment industry observers credit Ghostbusters and Saturday Night Live with reversing the industry's negative perception of New York City in the early s.

Central Park West, and Tavern on the Green, and the horses in the park, and the doorman saying, 'Someone brought a cougar to a party'—that's so New York.

When we come down covered with marshmallow, and there are these crowds of New Yorkers of all types and descriptions cheering for us as a New York—it was one of the most moving things I can remember.

Talent agent Michael Ovitz said before Ghostbusters television actors were never considered for anything but minor roles in film.

Ghostbusters ' s positive reception has lasted well beyond its release, and it is considered one of the most important comedy films ever made.

Big-budget special effects and comedy are cleverly interwoven in this fantasy adventure Empire ' s reader-voted list of the Greatest Movies placed the film as number Ghostbusters is considered one of the best films of the s, appearing on several lists based on this metric, including: number two by Film.

Ghostbusters came ninety-fifth. Ghostbusters had a significant impact on popular culture and is considered a highly influential film, credited with inventing the special-effects driven comedy.

In , the Ghostbusters phenomenon was referenced across dozens of advertisements for everything from airlines to dentistry and real estate.

The "-busters" suffix became a common term used at both local and national stages, being applied to topics like the United States national budget "budgetbusters" , agriculture "cropbusters" , Bs "nukebusters" sanitation "litterbusters" , or Pan American Airlines "pricebusters".

Similarly, the "no ghosts" logo was modified to protest political candidates like Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale to Mickey Mouse by striking Disney workers.

This is thought to be the first historical usage of "toast" as a slang term. Ghostbusters quickly developed a dedicated fan following that has continued to thrive in the years since.

Describing why Ghostbusters ' popularity has endured, Reitman said "kids are all worried about death and It became this movie that parents liked to bring their kids to — they could appreciate it on different levels but still watch it together.

Ghostbusters was turned into a special-effects laden stage show at Universal Studios Florida , that ran from to , based mainly on the film's final battle with Gozer.

The Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Florida will host a haunted maze attraction featuring locations, characters, and ghosts from the film.

In the years since its release, Ghostbusters merchandise has included: soundtrack albums, action figures, books, Halloween costumes, various LEGO and Playmobil sets including the Ecto-mobile and Firehouse, [] [] board games, [] [] slot machines , [] pinball machines , [] bobbleheads , statues, prop replicas , neon signs, ice cube trays, Minimates , coin banks, [] Funko Pop figures, [] footwear, [] lunch boxes, and breakfast cereals.

The film's success spawned the Ghostbusters franchise , comprising animated television shows, film sequels, reboots, video games, music, and a wide variety of merchandise.

It ran for episodes over seven seasons across six years, and itself spawned a spin-off Slimer-centric sub-series, comic books , and merchandise.

It was followed by a sequel series with 's Extreme Ghostbusters. Ultimately it earned less than the original's total gross and received a less positive critical reception.

Despite the sequel's relative failure, the name recognition and popularity of the actors and their characters meant a third film was still pursued.

In a interview, he said:. We did a sequel and it was sort of rather unsatisfying for me, because the first one to me was And the special-effects guys got it and got their hands on it.

And it was just not the same movie. There were a few great scenes in it, but it wasn't the same movie. So there's never been an interest in a third Ghostbusters , because the second one was disappointing In the years that followed, Aykroyd continued his attempts to develop a sequel throughout the s to the early s.

Set two years after Ghostbusters II , the story follows the Ghostbusters training a recruit the player to combat a ghostly threat related to Gozer.

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The Washington Examiner notes that it is the private sector that arrives to combat the increasing supernatural activity in New York, for a fee, while the government is incapable of doing anything.

Reitman, in particular, considers himself a "conservative-slash-libertarian". Paramount had scheduled the film for release the day before Ghostbusters.

In response, Columbia moved Ghostbusters ' release a week earlier. The film was released in on LaserDisc , a format then experiencing a resurgence in popularity.

Ghostbusters was released as a one-disc CLV version, and a two-disc special edition CAV version featuring deleted scenes , a split-screen demonstration of the film's effects, the screenplay, and other special features.

In a interview for the first DVD release of the film, Reitman admitted that he had not been involved in the LaserDisc version and had been embarrassed by the visual changes that "pumped up the light level so much you saw all the matte lines", highlighting flaws in the special effects.

Blu-ray disc editions were released to celebrate the film's 25th, 30th, and 35th anniversaries in , , and respectively.

They featured remastered 4K resolution video quality, deleted scenes, alternate takes, fan interviews and commentaries by crewmembers and actors including Aykroyd, Ramis, Reitman, and Medjuck.

The 35th-anniversary version came in a limited edition steel book cover and contained unseen footage including the deleted "Fort Detmerring" scene.

It includes four unreleased tracks, and commentary by Bernstein's son Peter. Following its release Ghostbusters was considered a phenomenon and highly influential.

The Ghostbusters ' s theme song was a hit, and Halloween of was dominated by children dressed as Ghostbusters. Ghostbusters also confirmed that the merchandising success of Star Wars was not a fluke.

A successful, recognizable brand could be used to launch spin-offs, helping establish a business model in the film industry that has since become the status quo.

Once Ghostbusters ' popularity was clear, the studio aggressively cultivated its profile, translating it into merchandising and other media such as television, extending its profitable lifetime long after the film had left theaters.

Entertainment industry observers credit Ghostbusters and Saturday Night Live with reversing the industry's negative perception of New York City in the early s.

Central Park West, and Tavern on the Green, and the horses in the park, and the doorman saying, 'Someone brought a cougar to a party'—that's so New York.

When we come down covered with marshmallow, and there are these crowds of New Yorkers of all types and descriptions cheering for us as a New York—it was one of the most moving things I can remember.

Talent agent Michael Ovitz said before Ghostbusters television actors were never considered for anything but minor roles in film.

Ghostbusters ' s positive reception has lasted well beyond its release, and it is considered one of the most important comedy films ever made.

Big-budget special effects and comedy are cleverly interwoven in this fantasy adventure Empire ' s reader-voted list of the Greatest Movies placed the film as number Ghostbusters is considered one of the best films of the s, appearing on several lists based on this metric, including: number two by Film.

Ghostbusters came ninety-fifth. Ghostbusters had a significant impact on popular culture and is considered a highly influential film, credited with inventing the special-effects driven comedy.

In , the Ghostbusters phenomenon was referenced across dozens of advertisements for everything from airlines to dentistry and real estate.

The "-busters" suffix became a common term used at both local and national stages, being applied to topics like the United States national budget "budgetbusters" , agriculture "cropbusters" , Bs "nukebusters" sanitation "litterbusters" , or Pan American Airlines "pricebusters".

Similarly, the "no ghosts" logo was modified to protest political candidates like Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale to Mickey Mouse by striking Disney workers.

This is thought to be the first historical usage of "toast" as a slang term. Ghostbusters quickly developed a dedicated fan following that has continued to thrive in the years since.

Describing why Ghostbusters ' popularity has endured, Reitman said "kids are all worried about death and It became this movie that parents liked to bring their kids to — they could appreciate it on different levels but still watch it together.

Ghostbusters was turned into a special-effects laden stage show at Universal Studios Florida , that ran from to , based mainly on the film's final battle with Gozer.

The Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Florida will host a haunted maze attraction featuring locations, characters, and ghosts from the film.

In the years since its release, Ghostbusters merchandise has included: soundtrack albums, action figures, books, Halloween costumes, various LEGO and Playmobil sets including the Ecto-mobile and Firehouse, [] [] board games, [] [] slot machines , [] pinball machines , [] bobbleheads , statues, prop replicas , neon signs, ice cube trays, Minimates , coin banks, [] Funko Pop figures, [] footwear, [] lunch boxes, and breakfast cereals.

The film's success spawned the Ghostbusters franchise , comprising animated television shows, film sequels, reboots, video games, music, and a wide variety of merchandise.

It ran for episodes over seven seasons across six years, and itself spawned a spin-off Slimer-centric sub-series, comic books , and merchandise.

It was followed by a sequel series with 's Extreme Ghostbusters. Ultimately it earned less than the original's total gross and received a less positive critical reception.

Despite the sequel's relative failure, the name recognition and popularity of the actors and their characters meant a third film was still pursued.

In a interview, he said:. We did a sequel and it was sort of rather unsatisfying for me, because the first one to me was And the special-effects guys got it and got their hands on it.

And it was just not the same movie. There were a few great scenes in it, but it wasn't the same movie. So there's never been an interest in a third Ghostbusters , because the second one was disappointing In the years that followed, Aykroyd continued his attempts to develop a sequel throughout the s to the early s.

Set two years after Ghostbusters II , the story follows the Ghostbusters training a recruit the player to combat a ghostly threat related to Gozer.

The game was well-received, earning award nominations for its storytelling. Aykroyd has referred to the game as being "essentially the third movie".

Several Ghostbusters comic books have continued the original group's adventures across the globe and other dimensions.

Following Ramis's death in , Reitman chose to no longer serve as director for a potential third film. He and Aykroyd set up a production company called Ghost Corps to continue and expand the franchise, starting with the female-led reboot Ghostbusters directed by Paul Feig.

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