Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson is in a State of Hate


Management for Hollywood veteran Ernie Hudson, best known for his recurring role as Winston Zeddemore in the 'Ghostbuster' films, has confirmed that the Michigan native is attached to star in the upcoming feature film, “A State of Hate” (Inspired by True Events) 

The screenplay for “A State of Hate” was penned by award-winning filmmaker, journalist and author Anthony Hornus (Story), who will direct, and New York Times bestselling authors Diane Carey and Greg Brodeur (Star Trek series).

While the final “Star Casting” continues for the project, which will be filmed on location entirely in Michigan, attached talent includes DJ Perry, who reprises his role as Detective Lynn Kendall from the recently released Special Edition of “An Ordinary Killer” (Based on a True Story), as well as Renee O' Connor, best known for Gabrielle on “Xena: The Warrior Princess”; Terence Knox (“An Ordinary Killer,” “Tour of Duty”); Tony Becker (“Dean Teaster's Ghost Town,” “Tour of Duty”); Renee Geerlings (“Halloween II”); and, actor-comedian-singer Johnny Dark, best known for his recurring comedic bits on “Late Night with David Letterman.”

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