Comedic actor John Hodgman appeared on Tom Scharpling's radio program The Best Show, where he seemed to indicate that he had a role in the sequel Ghostbusters 3. Here's what he had to say below.

"If you were hypothetically offered a role in Ghostbusters 3... would you take the role? Let's say you're [playing] sort of the dissolute son of Egon, the Harold Ramis character, and you're kind of like John Candy in Splash, you're kind of a mess. But it turns out you're a natural ghost-whisperer, a natural psychic. But here's the thing: Bill Murray's not going to be in this movie, and probably not happy that you are. But you get to be in a major role, in a major movie and one of the greatest franchises of all time. Would you do it?"
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He added more confusing fuel to the fire by later tweeting that Tom Scharpling was also cast as the son of Harold Ramis' Egon. It turns out to be a joke, as John Hodgman confirmed on Twitter earlier today.

John Hodgman Ghostbusters 3 tweet
"ANSWER THREE: I am not appearing in Ghostbusters 3. Nor is @scharpling. That was a radio #fakecastingnews joke."

It seems the mystery surrounding Ghostbusters 3 will continue, for now.