Invoice Murray says he’s joyful to make an look within the upcoming “Ghostbusters” sequel with Montreal’s Jason Reitman on the helm.

Talking to the press on the Cannes Movie Pageant, the actor reminisced about his father Ivan Reitman’s unique “Ghostbusters” movies from the ’80s.

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“This franchise paid for my son’s faculty,” he informed IndieWire. “We made this factor. We’re the caretakers of it. It’s an excellent factor and it was a very enjoyable film to make. It’s an actual film with some actually humorous stuff in it.”

Requested about his cameo in 2016’s gender-swapped reboot, Murray mentioned that got here all the way down to his friendship with stars Kate McKinnon and Melissa McCarthy, but additionally left open the potential for showing in director Jason Reitman’s deliberate sequel.

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“I used to be in that film simply because they requested me, and I knew if I mentioned no, I used to be saying I didn’t assist that film,” Murray mentioned. “I felt like, ‘Okay, I’m going to assist them as a result of I assist them as individuals.’ So I did that one and I might do that subsequent one.”

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The following “Ghostbusters” movie, which was introduced earlier this yr, will act as a direct sequel to the unique blockbuster comedies, ignoring the occasions of the 2016 reboot. Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace and Carrie Coon are hooked up to star.




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