In addition to appearances from original Ghostbusters cast members Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, Paul Feig’s upcoming film will also have a cameo from Ernie Hudson, which makes the original lineup of remaining Ghostbusters complete. Now if only Feig could get Annie Potts and Rick Moranis to appear. If only.
Although the Black Panther movie isn’t slated to hit theaters until July 6, 2018, the character will make his first appearance in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War, where he will be played by Chadwick Boseman. And it looks like we may get a glimpse at some of the African superhero’s family as well. New internet buzz suggests that Ernie Hudson may take on the role of Black Panther’s father, King T‘Chaka.
In early 1984, the team behind ‘Ghostbusters’ was fairly confident that they had a hit. Test screenings had gone well, but for director Ivan Reitman, something was missing. What Reitman wanted was a song, only 20 seconds or so in length, near the opening of the film as the then soon-to-be Ghostbusters -- Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Ray Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) and Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis) –- enter the New York Public Library.
The CW's 'Arrow' remains on break for the next few weeks, but what of the proposed 'Flash' spinoff, where last we saw Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) bathed in electrified chemicals and speeding toward his destiny? The first casting snippets for the 'Flash' TV series have emerged from 'Ghostbusters' star Ernie Hudson, revealing some surprising changes to the DC mythology!
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from TNT's Frank Darabont-helmed noir drama ‘Lost Angels‘ (formerly ‘L.A. Noir‘), so much so that we'd nearly forgotten the Upfronts passed without any mention of the series. Now set to film its first season in the coming summer months, the period piece has added 'Ghostbusters' star Ernie Hudson in a recurring role, but as whom?