… According to Ramis, who cowrote and starred in the first two Ghostbusters, a third journey into the comedic supernatural is in the cards. And yes, the original cast will return: Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis, and even the elusive Bill Murray. "Everybody said they'd do it," says Ramis …If Entertainment Weekly isn’t jumping to conclusions, Moranis’ return to the role of accountant Louis Tully is big and exciting news. The SCTV vet hasn’t appeared in a movie since 1996’s “Big Bully.” More “III” info: * The script won’t be finished earlier than summer because screenwriters Gene Stupinksy and Lee Eisenberg are busy with their days jobs as senior writers on NBC’s “The Office.” * Ramis, a successful director (“Caddyshack,” “Groundhog Day”) who has not directed a “Ghostbusters” movie, doesn’t intend to direct the third one either. * Dan Aykroyd’s “Ghostbusters III” premise that would have sent Peter Venkmen and his crew to Hell is not part of the Stupinksy/Eisenberg version of “III.” Find all of Entertainment Weekly’s story on the matter here.