Weaver: Ghostbusters needs Murray!
Published 19/09/2011 | 14:06
Sigourney Weaver has admitted she would only star in Ghostbusters 3 if Bill Murray returned too.
The actress said she would reprise her role as haunted home-owner Dana Barrett in the third follow-up, but it would depend on her co-star's involvement.
"No, I don't think any of us would do it, if Bill said no. Why would we do that? I think the whole point is to get together and have fun," she told Collider.
It is thought that Bill, who played Peter Venkman, has yet to read the script.
Sigourney, who said she hasn't read the script either, previously said she would like her screen son to join in the new adventures, a request that has been taken on board by director Ivan Reitman.
"I talked to Ivan Reitman and I said, 'I only have one request, and that is that my little son, Oscar, would grow up to be a Ghostbuster', and he said, 'That's already done!'" she said.
"So, I don't know anything about it and, frankly, I'm glad because I don't want to get attached to doing it, if Bill is not going to come through. We'll see what he wants to do."