Home » Arts & Entertainment » Humor » Rick Moranis improvised his entire Louis Tully speech in Ghostbusters at his apartment party, none of that was scripted. He decided he’d be a tax accountant and riffed all that gold. “I’m giving this whole thing as a promotional expense, that’s why I invited clients instead of friends.”

Rick Moranis improvised his entire Louis Tully speech in Ghostbusters at his apartment party, none of that was scripted. He decided he’d be a tax accountant and riffed all that gold. “I’m giving this whole thing as a promotional expense, that’s why I invited clients instead of friends.”

The Great, Random Ghostbusters Moment That Rick Moranis Apparently Completely Made Up

You never really need an excuse to watch Ghostbusters. The 1984 classic is the perfect concoction of humor, special effects, and sci-fi goodness. Obviously, the impending Ghostbusters reboot has led to increased chatter regarding the first film, which means that further unknown tidbits regarding its production have been unearthed. The latest being that Rick Moranis completely improvised one of the funniest scenes of Ghostbusters, which saw Louis Tully revealing the business and tax details of a couple that have just arrived at his party, which the accountant has only invited his clients to so that he could write it off. Director Ivan Reitman, who returned to oversee the sequel and is also working as a producer on the reboot, made this revel… Continue Reading (3 minute read)

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