Since literally nobody else involved in the creative process of Ghostbusters 3 gives a shit about it ever coming to fruition, Dan Aykroyd has taken it upon himself to push the 20-years-too-late sequel on suspecting audiences everywhere by personally reprising the role of every single cast member, regardless of age, sex, or race. GPS got an exclusive look at some early production photos as Aykroyd attempts to insert his face into every possible frame.
"Someone's got to get the job done," Aykroyd said while editing some footage he shot in his basement. "It doesn't matter what they look like. Despite my face, the characters will stay true to who they really are."
Aykroyd pictured left, center, and right. He's ready to believe you.
When confronted with the fact that there are women and black people in Ghostbusters, Aykroyd didn't seem phased. "It's not like I haven't donned the blackface before. Hello, Trading Places?"
Aykroyd is no stranger to playing a different race.
If any casting choice was questioned, it would be that of Dan Aykroyd playing the role of Janine Melnitz. "Eh, whatever," Aykroyd posited while testing out red hair dye in his bathroom. "Just give me a pair of gigantic, circular glasses and I'll be fine. No, just...just shut up. I know what I'm doing. Ghostbusters 3 is GOING TO HAPPEN!" Aykroyd started crying at this point, so we left him alone for a while.
Janine has seen better years.
According to Aykroyd, Ghostbusters 3 will arrive in cinemas "...whenever the time is right, or when anyone else besides me finally decides to be a decent human being."
Ghostbusters 3 is currently slated for release sometime in 2045, once everyone who doubted the project is dead and buried. Aykroyd's digital face will remain indefinitely.