Well hell, I seem to remember hearing that Dan's first version of the Ghostbusters was huge. It was going to be extremely expensive for that day. He had to cut down a lot, but I seem to recall something about there being like, multiple gods, or destructors or something like that. I think it would be fun to see a comic about his original vision with designs based directly off the concept art.Harold was brought in the bring it down to reality. It involved time and space travel. Stay Puft was something that came in the beginning or mid through the film. I love Dan, but he tends to go crazy with ideas. Harold really toned things down.
I love crazy ideas. Bring it on I say!I love Dan, but he tends to go crazy with ideas.... just a little.
I'm not sure who this Tristan fellow is from earlier in the thread(and apologies for my ignorance) but you say you have a copy of Dan's script? Any chance of you putting it on the inter webs perhaps? Pretty please. I'll totally give you a crisp thumbs up!
In some ways, I feel so grateful that we've been given a comic book series instead of a third film because there are so many things that can be done with a comic book universe that can't be done with Hollywood movies.
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