The Wrap Up: Ernie Hudson Gets Brutally Honest About ‘Ghostbusters’
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Ernie Hudson reflects on Winston Zeddemore, 'Star Trek' and 'Mission: Impossible' prepare theme park rides, and 'Black Sea' gets a cool new poster.
FEATURED: Ernie Hudson looks back on 'Ghostbusters' in this bittersweet, brutally honest assessment:
Winston wasn’t included in the movie poster or the trailer and all that stuff. I felt, had the original character been in play at the beginning, that would’ve been different because it would’ve clearly been four guys. It would’ve sent a signal to the studios and very likely impacted my career in a different way. I think the fans see the Ghostbusters as four characters. I do some of the conventions, and I’ve met thousands of people, and I deputize kids as Little Ghostbusters. And the question I always used to get was, “Where does Winston go?” That’s the thing with Winston: He will pop up and then disappear.
EW has the whole thing.
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