Paul Feigs GhostBuster reboot will definitely be crossing the streams, or at least the generations, with the Hollywood Reporter stating that Bill Murray is now on-board in some sort of acting capacity. Details are as of yet scarce, and its not known if Murray will be reprising the role of Peter Venkman (got to be the best case outcome) or just popping up in a blink and youll miss it cameo, but either way is good news. Murray has always been hesitant about a Ghostbusters 3 due to the second movies ignoble reputation, and "and was often name-checked by co-stars Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd as the reason a third film didn't materialise sooner". But if Murrays down to lend his chops here, it probably means whats hes seen of Paul Feigs reboot is really up to snuff. Plus, when is a Bill Murray cameo not a good thing? Hes in Zombieland for about 4 minutes and arguably steals the movie, and if youll recall, last Christmas he made a snappy but very funny contribution to the otherwise stagnant Dumb & Dumber To. More movie could probably do with 45 seconds of random-Murray action to be honest. Ill admit Ive been a little reluctant to fully embrace the notion of a Ghostbusters movie without the errGhostbusters, but this news has really done my heart good. Its the sort of omen you want on a Monday morning. You can rejoice in the reunion of Murray and ghouls July 22nd next year.