In a surprising announcement, this week Sony pictures revealed they're planning yet anotherGhostbusters reboot, this one to feature an all-dog team of paranormal exterminators.
The film will reportedly follow the canine Ghostbusters team as they try to protect New York City from a plague of spectral cats. Rumor has it that internet sensation Grumpy Cat will star as Sir Moans-A-Lot, the ghostly feline antagonist.
The film will reportedly premiere along with Sony's previously announced all-female Ghostbusters film.
Writer/producer Dan Aykroyd and director Ivan Reitman are excited about the project, hoping it will inject new life into the stalled Ghostbusters franchise. In an interview Aykroyd said he envisions an entire universe of Ghostbusters films with various teams comprised of infants, Catholic nuns, Shriners, Pentecostal snakehandlers, television court show judges, mariachi band members, retired Borscht Belt comedians and disgraced former network anchormen.
Aykroyd also hopes to produce a film about a group of Ghostbusters cosplayers who attend a convention that's attacked by actual ghosts, and have to defend the con from the real-life spirits. The film will reportedly be titled Fauxbusters and is expected to premiere sometime in 2018.