Ghostbusters: Every few years, Dan Aykroyd or Harold Ramis give an interview where they float the idea of a third "Ghostbusters" film. The story gets picked up and circulated around the Internet, where the fanboys drool on cue. Then they read further and discover that Bill Murray wants no further part of the franchise and the drool turns to venom. Murray's reluctance to participate is a bit of a mystery, because he seems to have no problem doing "Garfield" movies. Perhaps Aykroyd or Ramis should talk to the "Garfield" producers and find out what incriminating evidence they have on Murray, then use it themselves.
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