Paul Feig wants to show his 3 and a half hour version of Ghostbusters (2016)

The film of Ghostbusters (2016) by Paul Feig is already more than forgotten, but its director says that there is a montage of more than 3 hours that he wants to show the world.

After they announced that they will be doing Zack Snyder Cut's vision of Justice League on HBO Max and that it will last more than 4 hours, it seems that it will become fashionable to rescue movies that were sliced ​​into editing montages and leave the director's version . Who knows if someday we will see David Ayer's version of Suicide Squad, but who wants to launch his 3 and a half hour edition of Ghostbusters (2016) is the director Paul Feig.

In Ghostbusters (2016) by Paul Feig they tried to revive the beloved saga with a new cast starring women. However, he ran into trouble almost immediately as fans who had always demanded a third installment didn't want such a reboot. Which resulted in a very low collection that was even lower than the one obtained in the original film in 1984.

Still, Paul Feige said, "There is a three-and-a-half hour Ghostbuster cut, which I would love to share." With the hashtag #FeygerCut. We don't know if it will be successful, but … Does anyone really want to see that version of the movie?

The saga will premiere the third installment.

After the failed reboot, Ghostbusters seem to want to give the franchise another shot. This time it will be a continuation of the first two films of the 80s. Titled Ghostbusters: Beyond, will be directed by Jason Reitmanson of the mythical Ivan Reitman.

The story will be about children who move to a new house and there they will discover their relationship with the original Ghostbusters. It will be a story that will try to take advantage of the nostalgia of the two mythical films of the group of most famous ghost hunters in New York.

In short, if there is a 3 and a half hour version of Ghostbusters (2016) by Paul Feig, it would be better if she stays locked in a drawer and never sees the sunlight.

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