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The original 'Ghostbusters' stars will appear in the new movie.
A third instalment in the comic franchise is currently being written, and writer Harold Ramis - who starred as Dr. Egon Spengler in the first two films - has promised he, Bill Murray and Dan Akyroyd will all made appearances in the new story.
He said: "We're all going to be in it in different kinds of roles. We're going to be the sage mentors. There are going to be young Ghostbusters.
"Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, both of whom I mentored, are now writing the new 'Ghostbusters'. I'm consulting with them, as is Dan Aykroyd and original director Ivan Reitman.
However, Harold admits that 'Groundhog Day' star Bill may take some persuading to appear.
He joked to MTV News: "Bill Murray is just waiting for the truckload of money to arrive to get him out of his office.
"He is in. I haven't talked to him about it. I want to talk to him about it eventually. I think we just need a script, because he's the thorniest of the group."
Despite rumours circulating over who will star as the new generation of Ghostbusters, Harold insists no definite casting decisions have been made.
He said: "Here's how old the rumours are. Chris Farley was one of the rumours. It was going to be Chris Farley, Ben Stiller and Chris Rock.
"Someone asked Seth Rogen, and he said, 'What?' That would have to be one great f**king script for anyone to touch that.' He's right about that."
The original Ghostbusters - a group of parapsychology professors offering a ghost removal service - were Harold's Egon, Bill's character Peter Venkman and Ray Stantz, played by Dan. They were later joined by Winston Zeddmore, played by Ernie Hudson.