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Aykroyd

Dan. born 1952, Canadian film actor and screenwriter, best known for the television show Saturday Night Live (1975--80) and the films The Blues Brothers (1980), Ghostbusters (1984), and Driving Miss Daisy (1989)
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Aykroyd claims the design is too similar to his PS40-a-bottle Crystal Head vodka.
com/ross_maclean/status/871321678046998528) appearance on the British TV show "Sunday Brunch," Aykroyd said that the reboot -starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Chris Hemsworth - cost too much to produce, making it very unlikely to get a follow-up.
Aykroyd, who watched an advanced test screening of the reboot, wrote on his Facebook page.
Cut off from the Welsh Valleys and his wife, Gwenno, he fell in love with Freda Aykroyd, who was married and months later was found dead with a bullet wound to his head.
Aykroyd took to Twitter saying that he was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of his brilliant, gifted, funny friend, co-writer/performer and teacher, the BBC reported.
Aykroyd issued a statement Monday, saying he was ''deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my brilliant, gifted, funny friend .
However, Aykroyd and Timberlake offer cheerful impersonations of the furry heroes and the underlying environmental message is delivered with a refreshingly light touch.
And now they've received the Hollywood movie treatment in a new film featuring the voices of Justin Timberlake and Dan Aykroyd.
YOGI BEAR (U) CAST: Dan Aykroyd, Justin Timberlake, Anna Faris, Tom Cavanagh PLOT: Yogi (Aykroyd) and little friend Boo Boo (Timberlake) live in Jellystone Park.
uk But Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake voice cheerful impersonations of the furry heroes and the underlying environmental message is delivered with a light touch between action set pieces.
Summary: Justin Timblerlake and Dan Aykroyd have channelled their inner Yogi and Boo Boo for their new film "Yogi Bear.
For his part, Aykroyd, an Ontario native, was unperturbed by the ban, which he said "kind of makes the product more appealing.