There's something strange in the neighbourhood ... is that the ghost of '80s classic sci-fi comedy Ghostbusters coming back to haunt cinemas?
After years of talk about reviving the popular Bill Murray-Dan Aykroyd series, moves are finally being made to get the third Ghostbusters film off the ground.
Original director Ivan Reitman is set to start filming as soon as mid-2013, according to movie industry insider Deadline.
There is no confirmation yet about whether it will be a sequel or a remake, but No Strings Attached director Reitman has strongly suggested it'll be a reboot.
"Well, I'd like to go forward and make new things," the director recently told movie site Collider.
"I think Ghostbusters probably should be remade, if we can get it all right. We're working on it, so we'll see."
Don't expect Bill Murray to jump back into the iconic ghoul-fumigating jumpsuit.
Earlier this year, the film's co-writer Dan Aykroyd told the UK's Telegraph the lay of the land.
"The studio, the director, Ivan Reitman, and [actor and co-writer] Harold Ramis feel there must be a way to do it, but Bill Murray will not do the movie," Dan revealed.
"He doesn’t want to be involved. He’s got six kids, houses all over America. He golfs in these tournaments where they pay him to turn up and have a laugh. He's into this life and living it."
"I know we'd have a lot of fun [but] I can't be mad at him. He's a friend first, a colleague second. We have a deep personal relationship that transcends business and he doesn't want to know."
In August, Aykroyd told Metro confirmed that "it's time to make the third one".
So … do we need a Ghostbusters movie for a new generation? Should it be sequel or a remake? Tell us below.
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