Looks like something strange is coming back to the neighborhood. After months of Ghostbusters' lore and rumor (including a debunked Judd Apatow/Seth Rogen Ghostbusters reboot). The trades are finally announcing that Columbia Pictures wants to make the Ghostbusters 3 dreams come true. The original cast of New York's supernatural finest are possibly coming together to ask you all one more time: Who ya' gonna call?Dan Aykroyd, Dr. Raymond Stantz himself, hinted at the third coming, saying that "two sharp young writers" were working on the impending Ghostbusters 3 script. According Variety, those two writers hired by Columbia are The Office co-exec producers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky. Rumors are still flying on what kind of Ghostbusters movie this will be, though many think it's going to be a "next generation" type flick with a new crew of busters capturing ghosts in today's world. Supposedly, the studio is hoping to bring back the entire original cast which would include not only Ray, but Dr. Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis), Winston Zeddmore (Ernie Hudson) and the classic Dr. Peter Venkman (Bill Murray). I am sublimely happy about the resurrection of this movie, and I hope the new script will keep in the same classic one-liner humor that gave Ghostbusters possibly one of the most quotable dialogues around. Or in the top 10 at least. [Variety]
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If they're going old school, somebody get Aykroyd and Ramis on an exersize plan.