If there’s one high-budget comedy sequel that the movie fans have pretty much given up on, it’s gotta be "Ghostbusters 3." But as long as there are discussion panels out there, the questions will never die. Ernie Hudson was on such a panel recently, and (of course) someone asked the guy about a "Ghostbusters" sequel…
From IGN FilmForce, the website that works on weekends: "At the "Snoop Dogg Hood of Horror" panel, Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson added fuel to the rumor fire, when he responded to the "will there be a sequel?" question. Hudson said: "I’ve been hearing about "Ghostbusters 3" for 20 yearsï¿½ Harold (Ramis) would love to [do it] and Dan (Aykroyd) wouldï¿½ Bill (Murray) is the hold-out."
From a while back: "Harold Ramis, the co-star of the first two Ghostbuster movies, indicated recently the sequel was further along than ever, hinting that he would like to cast Ben Stiller as one of the Ghostbusters."
Yikes. Let it go, fellas — although I find it kind of weird that Bill Murray would do "Garfield 2" and not "Ghostbusters 3."