With the Ghostbusters
videogame reminding everyone why it was we loved four middle-guys in boiler suits battling CGI ghosts, the rumour mill is currently doing overtime on the possibility of a third Ghostbusters
movie. With Dan Ackroyd having been on board for years, Bill Murray confirming he'd be up for it, director Ivan Reitman um-ing and ah-ing over it and even Rick Moranis claiming he'd come out of retirement for it (but not the game, sadly), what does Harold Ramis reckon to the chances of the movie?
Here the writer/actor and now director discusses the likelihood of the project, as well as Indiana Jones and the Pillaging of the Childhood
and visual effects, among other things.