Moranis is not lending his voice to Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Moranis is not lending his voice to Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Published On June 23, 2008 | By Chris Taylor | News

The main cast are all lending their voices to the upcoming Ghostbusters game, set for release in September this year. Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Ernie Hudson will all be featured, plus more. However, the news comes that Rick Moranis, who played the hilarious Louis Tully, will not be reprising his role for the game.

Sierra Entertainment have said that Moranis has made enough money over his career spanning films such as “Honey, I Shrunk The Kids” and “Little Shop of Horrors” that he was able to retire and doesn’t want to work any more due to personal issues.

This is a huge disappointment to any fans of the films, as Rick Moranis had some of the most brilliant lines and pulled them off fantastically. However, we can’t really complain as developers Terminal Reality have managed to get the majority of the main cast on board.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game is released on Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360 on September 26th in Europe and October 21st in the US

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Chris is a Northern lad with a passion for video games. With his opinions on video games and his need to force these onto other people, Chris began writing for Console Monster in 2006. Chris is a bona fide nerd who enjoys any decent game that can keep his interest. Being a keen music fan, in his spare time (what little he has) he likes to go to gigs and spends most time with some music on.