If it's crap ... We'll tell you
On a recent taping of the Dennis Miller radioshow, actor and writer Dan Akroyd spilled the beans on the oft-rumored 'Ghostbusters 3' and the current plot synopsis for the rebooted franchise. While the major sticking point in negotiations has always been Bill Murray's resistance to giving up his currently brilliant career for a quick namesake cash-in, Akroyd seems to think that the film would move forward regardless:
On said "new blood":
There you have it. When the original team gets too old to do the job, it's up to a brand new (most likely gender and ethnically diverse) team to take up the proton packs and fight the things that go bump in the night. However, according to Sony there is still no plans to begin work on the film, especially without Murray on board. However, with the aging subplot it would be rather easy for them to simply write Murray out of the script. However, still no love for Winston Zeddemore (Ernie Hudson)? Where's my "Team Winston" shirt at...