The ongoing drama regarding Bill Murray's role in the upcoming, long-in-the-making Ghostbusters 3 may not have been as over as we were lead to believe.
In a recent interview with Chicago's WGN TV, Murray, when asked about his upcoming movie projects said of the oft-mention sequel (albeit in an offhand way,) that "it's a possibility." -- After which, he also took an opportunity to mention his immediate upcoming project with director, Wes Anderson, Moonrise Kingdom, in which he co-stars with Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Tilda Swinton. (Even though he didn't seem to know its name.)
This, of course completely contradicts what we were told just a few months ago by co-star, Dan Aykroyd when he gave what seemed to be a definitive answer, saying that it was "a surety" that Murray would NOT do the film, adding that "he doesn't want to be involved."
Thus, with one small statement, Murray may have reignited loads of speculation.