Dan Aykroyd claims that if the all-female Ghostbusters is a hit, it could pave the way for a true Ghostbusters 3 sequel.
Original Ghostbusters creator Dan Aykroyd calls the new cast the most magnificent women in comedy.
Dan Aykroyd revealed the focus of a new Ghostbusters is not just about one more movie, while addressing news of an all-female reboot.
A replacement director for Ivan Reitman still has not been found, but Dan Aykroyd believes that pre-production will start next year.
Dan Aykroyd will serve as a producer on this film starring Emile Hirsch as John Belushi. The story will stay focused on the comedian's early years.
Dan Aykroyd says there will always be a spot in the cast open for Bill Murray, should he change his mind and join the sequel.
Melissa McCarthy is starring in, and making her directorial debut with, this comedy about a downtrodden woman who goes on a road trip with her obscene grandmother.
The actor/screenwriter believes they will need to make one or two more before exploring the rumored 'Ghostbusters in Hell' storyline.
Former writers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky are out, with Dan Aykroyd hoping to get the script 'perfect' in this latest round of rewrites.
Dan Aykroyd announced the project on his Facebook page today, although no story details were given.
The long-awaited sequel is on permanent hold, and may never become a reality.
The actor denies that Bill Murray shredded the sequel script, but says they might find another actor to replace Peter Venkman.
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis star in Jay Roach's political comedy about two fierce Congressional rivals in South Carolina.
Judy Belushi and SNL writer Anne Beatts have penned a pilot script that finds Elwood searching for his dad in a cross between Route 66 and Glee.
Dan Aykroyd is eyeing Criminal Minds actor Matthew Gray Gubler for one of the new Ghostbusters that will take over this franchise.
The Star Trek icon will appear on a panel for this animated project, in which he plays Tugg the Wise Tree.
Lea Michele, Dan Aykroyd, James Belushi, and Kelsey Grammer lead an all-star voice cast in this animated tale set in the world of Oz.
The creator of the franchise says that Anna Faris and Bill Hader are likely to appear in the sequel.
The actor reveals that they're scrapping the script by The Office's Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg and starting over from scratch.