Plans are underway for a third Ghostbusters film, which will feature an all-female team as well as be a reboot directed by Paul Feig.
Feig previously stated he was open to having the original cast return, but in new roles for the film.
Well, the cast of the original Ghostbusters appeared on the Today Show to promote the new Ghostbusters Blu-Ray that is now available, with Al Roker bringing up Ghostbusters 3.
Roker directly asks Bill Murray, "When is there going to be a Ghostbusters 3?"
Murray responds by stating it's hard to recreate the magic, but hears there will be a female cast.
"It's really hard to recreate something that was so beautiful. So wonderful," Murray said. "The studio would like to make a movie and continue the franchise. I hear there is going to be one that is all women."
"Ghost babes," Sigourney Weaver interjected.
"Ghost babes. Something like that," Bill Murray stated.
"Ghostbuster babes," Weaver added.
Roker then suggested Sigourney Weaver could still be in it with her reaction less than enthusiastic as she rolls her eyes.
Murray then suggested Ernie Hudson could also have a roll, with the cast laughing and Hudson saying, "Go for it. I'm an actor."
Hudson previously made comments where he was dismissive to the notion of a rebooted ghostbusters as well.
Check out the video for the full interview.