If there’s still something strange in your neighborhood, 30 years later, it looks like you can still call on the Ghostbusters.
As part of EW‘s annual reunion issue, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, and director Ivan Reitman revisited the iconic 1984 film’s legacy. For the cover shoot that brought the crew together, Al Roker from Today spoke to the cast and director about their memories of the film, including just what exactly was in Slimer’s ectoplasmic goo.
The cast has spent the last few months exploring Ghostbusters‘ place in both film and New York City’s history, with Ernie Hudson even taking EW on a tour of some of the film’s most famous locales.
The cast and Reitman also briefly commented on the potential of the third Ghostbusters, a task that Bill Murray says is “really hard to recreate something that was so beautiful, so wonderful.” While fans now know the next, all-female Ghostbusters rests in the hands of Paul Feig, Sigourney Weaver had a title of her own to suggest—Ghostbabes.
EW‘s reunions on Today continue all week. Tune in tomorrow morning for a reunion of The Baker Boys‘ Beau Bridges, Jeff Bridges, and Michelle Pfeiffer.
For more classic TV and movie reunions, including Mean Girls and Sports Night, pick up a copy of the latest Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday.