ComingSoon.net have been chatting with the legendary Bill Murray mostly about his role in the coming soon attraction 'City of Ember'. But he also touched upon the newly announced Ghostbusters sequel that's being written by 'The Office's' Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky.
"It's a great idea that they hired these two guys to do it, 'cause I think it could be a fresh look at it. And it could be funny. We did a sequel and it was rather unsatisfying for me, because the first one to me was 'the goods,'" Murray tells the site. Regarding his commitment to a third movie, the actor says, "It's mostly all about the script. I don't have any obligation to the franchise or anyone. If the script were good and I thought we could do it, it'd be fun. But, you know, it's only now that this has ever been a prospect. No one's ever talked about it for a long time, 'cause the second one was the way it was."
Sounds pretty good to me. I often feel in the past that Murray has tried to disassociate himself quite a bit from any further ghost busting exploits, but it's nice to think if the script is solid enough he might be up for making an appearance.
You can read the full interview here: Bill Murray Interview