Sigourney Weaver has shared what she knows about the possible plot point in "Ghostbusters 3". In an interview with UK's Channel 4, the actress revealed "I might be in it and I see nothing wrong with being in it, although I don't think I will have a big part in it. I think Bill Murray has a little more to do with it - he might be a ghost."
Later, Weaver claimed her character's son Oscar, who was kidnapped as a baby in the second film before being rescued, will be the main focus of the upcoming film. According to the actress, Oscar will have grown up in the story and becomes a Ghostbuster. He will also probably lead the current team.
For "Ghostbusters 3", Columbia Pictures has picked up Emmy-nominated screenwriting team, Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, to pen the script. Back in October, Bill Murray said he has not signed on to return to the third film as he has not read the script. "Well, I don't want to do it yet. There's still no script, it's just a bunch of talk. It's just a wish list for someone," the actor stated.
The new movie will reportedly feature the old team as the sage mentors of young Ghostbusters. Ivan Reitman, the man behind the lens of the first two "Ghostbusters" films, has been reported to be on board to produce. However, it is still unclear whether he will direct.