"I think it'd be funny to have a girl Ghostbuster. We don't have a girl Ghostbuster," The Daily Express quoted Murray, as telling MTV.com. He added: "I mean, they say like, 'What if you passed it to Chris Rock?' And I go, 'Well, I dunno. Is Chris Rock gonna save us?'' You know, I guess. "He's funny. I just think there're some funny girls I'd love to see be Ghostbusters."
London (ANI): Hollywood actor Bill Murray says that he would like to add a 'feminine aspect' in the third instalment of Ghostbusters. Murray, who acted in the 1984 hit flick and in its sequel is reportedly keen on reprising his role in the third instalment, and has branded the possibility of a third part 'a great idea'.