Rick Moranis has famously been very selective about his film choices since stepping away from Hollywood in 1997.
Bill Murray really missed working alongside Harold Ramis and Rick Moranis while filming the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
Rick Moranis is bringing a 20-year acting hiatus to an end with the 'Honey, I Shrunk The Kids' reboot. But these actors have managed to stay away, for now at least.
It's official – Rick Moranis will be coming out of retirement for Disney's forthcoming Honey, I Shrunk The Kids sequel.
Disney is in talks with director Joe Johnston to make a sequel to his family classic Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.
A reboot of 80s child-shrinking classic Honey, I Shrunk The Kids is in the pipeline, with Frozen star Josh Gad attached to star.
80s film comedy legend Rick Moranis is to make a rare appearance – by voice at least – on TV, reprising one of his most famous roles.
Test audiences loved the 1986 horror musical until the conclusion arrived. Its director talks to Yahoo Entertainment about how the film was made, what he thinks about its altered ending, and how it all might be perceived now.
There was talk of him returning for 'Ghostbusters III’ back when that was a prospect. “I guess I’m interested in where [Louis Tully] is now. As the faithful and long-suffering wife of Rick Moranis’s inventor Wayne, Marcia Strassman was put through the wringer by her husband’s antics, but no struggle would compare to that which she faced finding work in a post 'Honey I Shrunk The [Blank]’ universe.
What self-respecting Lego collector wouldn’t want to have in their possession a replica of the firehouse from ‘Ghostbusters?’ And given the chance, could said Lego collector ever find a better place to present that set than outside the real firehouse itself? Obviously, Lego’s answer to those questions was a resounding, “d’uh!” And so, via Entertainment Weekly, the iconic toy company have presented their take on the headquarters from director Ivan Reitman’s 1984 classic, in the shadow of the actual building, Hook & Ladder 8, in New York City.
The production of Paul Feig’s ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot has brought with it news of cameo roles from many of the key players from the 1985 original and its 1989 sequel. One by one, Dan Ayrkoyd, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts were confirmed to be making an appearance - but one key figure whose name has not come up is Rick Moranis. - Sigourney Weaver Confirmed For Ghostbusters Reboot - New Ghostbusters Character Names Revealed - 1st Image Of Chris Hemsworth In Ghostbusters Addressing the matter, the now-reclusive comedy star (who hasn’t been in a live action movie since 1997) has given a rare interview to The Hollywood Reporter, confirming that he was asked to appear in the new ‘Ghostbusters’ - but said no. “I wish them well.