Following the huge success of the first two Ghostbuster movies fans have been calling for a third one to get made for years and, while there has been plenty of talking about it happening, the film has yet to arrive. It has now been claimed that Ghostbusters 3 will finally hit the big screen and Ivan Reitman has been talking about the movie sequel.
Ivan Reitman directed the first two Ghostbusters movies and will serve as producer on Ghostbusters 3 and he has admitted that the film is still all go. While talking about the project, Ivan also admitted that actor Bill Murray, who played the role of Peter in the movies, could still sign up for the film, despite insisting on numerous occasions that he has no interest in reprising the role.
Reitman was chatting to People.com when he explained, "All the other movies I made with Bill, he never told me he was doing it until... well, the longest was two weeks. Meatballs, he told me he was doing it the day before. There will be many people from the original cast."
Ivan then went on to admit that Ghostbusters 3 will miss Harold Ramis, who played the role of Egon and passed away in February, "Harold brought a groundedness (sic) to everything he did. He was a smart guy, and I think that will be missing. There's something about Harold that nobody can replace. (Ghostbusters 3) will be good, but it won't be what it could have been," he added.
There is still no word on when Ghostbusters 3 will begin production or when the film will finally hit the big screen but we cannot wait to see what they come up with.