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Another interview, another rumor about the possibilities of a Ghostbusters 3, more than 20 years after part two. Dan Aykroyd gave a recent interview to Esquire magazine and, naturally, one of the first topics to come up was Ghostbusters 3, especially seeing as how Aykroyd has been the sequel's "biggest cheerleader."

"I've worked on every draft in the last three years, as Ivan [Reitman, the director] has, and now we have a story and a draft that everybody seems to agree would make the third movie," Aykroyd tells Esquire. "At this point, I think we're closer than we ever have been. And because of the ever-shifting sands and nature of the motion-picture business, I will just say that hopefully, at some point, it will be morphing into what is known in the business as a [Aykroyd mimes air quotes] "production number XP39789." Then I will begin to rent cars, get hotel rooms, and bill for writing. But that point hasn't come. »


- Alyse Wax

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