Rick Moranis — star of films including "Ghostbusters" and "Honey I Shrunk the Kids "— was assaulted by a stranger in New York City on Thursday.
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EXCLUSIVE: Rick Moranis, the SCTV alum and comedy star of such hit pics as Ghostbusters, The Flintstones, Spaceballs and Parenthood, has closed a deal to return to the next Honey, I Shrunk the Kids sequel Shrunk. The movie will be made for the theatrical side, not Disney+. Disney was trying to quiet rumors that Moranis was […]
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Rick Moranis in ‘Spaceballs’ (Everett) By Ryan Parker, The Hollywood Reporter Rick Moranis tells great stories — so great, in fact, that THR couldn’t fit them all into this week’s magazine, where Moranis revealed that he’s not retired (just looking for the right project) and explained why he ultimately decided to pass on a cameo in the new Ghostbusters. Of all his films, Moranis says he was “luckiest” to land one part in particular.
Moranis, photographed Oct. 2 at his home in New York City (Wesley Mann) By Ryan Parker This story first appeared in the Oct. 16 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. When the new all-female Ghostbusters reboot arrives in theaters next summer, nearly all the living actors from the original 1980s films — Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, et al. — will be doing cameos.