Murray coy on 'Ghostbusters' sequel

Bill Murray has denied rumours that he is confirmed to star in the third 'Ghostbusters' film.

The 58-year-old made up the ghost-fighting trio alongside Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis in the classic 1980s comedy, and there are plans for another sequel.

“There are two fellas from 'The Office' writing the script, but I have yet to see it,” he admitted at the press conference for 'City Of Ember' in New York.

“It’s all about the script. If it’s funny, then I’ll take the part. I have no obligation to the franchise.”

He joked: “I’m more involved in trying to get the dessert than the Ghostbusters sequel.”

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