The Hollywood Reporter further confirmed that Bill Murray (aka Dr. Peter Venkman, in the classics) will appear in the movie, even though he had been reluctant to return to the "Ghostbusters" world. According to THR, he had told David Letterman that part of his hesitation came from "Ghostbusters II" not being received as well as the original.
Murray is reportedly filming a cameo, which is what Dan Aykroyd also seems to have. Dan tweeted (then deleted) a note about filming a scene with Kristen Wiig, who stars in the new movie alongside Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones, with Chris Hemsworth in the old Annie Potts role.
"Ghostbusters" is scheduled for release July 15, 2016. Are you glad to see Bill Murray join the cast, in however small a role?
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