Bill Murray appears to have hinted that a third film in the Ghostbusters series could be on the way.
A new film in the supernatural comedy series has been mooted since the 90s, with Murray's co-stars Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd proposing a new generation of Ghostbusters be introduced.
Murray had, however, seemed apathetic towards making a third Ghostbusters film, recently claiming he had been unimpressed with the previous efforts of the sequel's screenwriters.
And Sigourney Weaver admitted last year she would be unlikely to star in a Ghostbusters sequel without Murray on board.
But a third film could still be on the cards, judging by Murray's comments in a new interview.
Speaking to WGNTV about baseball after he threw the first pitch at a Chicago Cubs game, Murray was asked about Ghostbusters 3 and replied simply "It's a possibility".
There has been no official word on the status of Ghostbusters 3, but Murray's ambivalent response to a question about the film could be key to the film exiting development hell.