Bill Murray Would Be Happy To Make A Come Back As A Ghostbuster
The actor changed his mind, and now awaits to be offered his role again.
For years, Bill Murray was opposed to the franchise Ghost Buster coming back to life, before he took part in the shooting of the reboot of the iconic movies in 2016. This time, the new Ghostbusters expected in 2020 would be a sequel of the ones in the 1980s, which asks the question of a potential return of the original cast.
Although Bill Murray refused all these years, it appears he is now open to the idea to come back one last time, Indiewire reports. Talking about his appearance in Paul Feig-directed Ghostbusters in 2016, he mentions his friends Kate Mc Kinnon and Mellissa McCarthy and explains:
"I was in that movie just because they asked me, and I knew if I said no, I was saying I didn’t support that movie. I felt like, OK, I’m going to support them because I support them as people. So I did that one and I would do this next one."
Grateful towards the franchise which "paid for (his) son’s college", he talks about the original cast which was made of "wonderful people".
Although he is ready for a comeback, Bill Murray seems unsure that Jason Reitman, the director of the upcoming movie, will ask him to be a part of it, saying:
"I have no Twitter followers, I’m not a bankable person in their world. I’m a big negative on a movie."
Bill might be right, but the original fans surely expect him to be Martin Heiss once again in this sequel.
By Eléna Pougin, published on 16/05/2019