Steve Guttenberg And His Bros Don’t Believe That ‘Ghostbusters 2’ Was Ever Made

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07.10.14 9 Comments

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Every once in a while, someone asks the all-important question: Hey, what’s Steve Guttenberg up to? That’s when TMZ cameramen really come in handy, since they seem to appear out of thin air whenever a Q-list or higher celebrity appears, just like this guy did with the star of Short Circuit while he was out in New York City last night. The photog actually asked a pretty good question, wondering if Guttenberg ever reflects on the lost role of Dr. Peter Venkman and what he thinks about the possibility of a third Ghostbusters film. Guttenberg was one of the actors who was always rumored to have been considered for the role of Dr. Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters back in 1984, despite the fact that it was written for John Belushi before Bill Murray eventually made it part of his legacy.

Guttenberg, though, wasn’t sure if he ever actually turned the role down, but he had nothing but high praise for Murray. Then he very seriously denied the existence of Ghostbusters 2, and it’s hard to tell if he’s joking through that excellent straight face. But then his redheaded bro jumped in and cut a wrestling promo and the whole thing became confusing as hell.

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