Zombieland: Double Tap Writers Wanted To Do A Full-On Ghostbusters Reunion

One of the highlights of the first Zombieland was without a doubt Bill Murray’s extended cameo, which would go on to become one of the most memorable moments of the entire movie. It took a full ten years to get a sequel made, but Zombieland: Double Tap is now in theaters and earning solid reviews, which marks a change of pace from most long-delayed sequels.

Star Jesse Eisenberg has already hinted that the decade-long gap between installments had a lot to do with writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick’s continued involvement in the Deadpool franchise, and the writers themselves have inadvertently revealed how long it took for the script to come together in a recent interview.

In an effort to top Bill Murray’s cameo in the original movie, Reese and Wernick were hoping to take things one step further and stage a full-blown Ghostbusters reunion at the
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