'Ghostbusters' Cast Reunites For 'Entertainment Weekly'

Entertainment Weekly has debuted the cover for its annual reunions issue, which features the casts of The Fabulous Baker Boys, Mean Girls, Sports Night and Ghostbusters.

Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver slapped the familiar logo on their lapels posed for the cover shot, which also commemorates the film's 30th anniversary. Director Ivan Reitman and co-star Annie Potts also took part in the reunion, and reminisce in the magazine about the film, the late Harold Ramis, and the franchise's legacy. The issue also features reunions for Monty Python, Little House on the Prairie, Napoleon Dynamite and Sisters.

A behind-the-scenes look at the Ghostbusters photo shoot was also aired on Today. The opportunity excited Al Roker, a self-professed Ghostbusters super-fan -- and there's a montage of Today clips to back up his claim.

When Roker asked the actors whether they knew Ghostbusters was going to be a hit, Murray was the only cast member to raise his hand. "At that point we were still watching Yankee Doodle Dandy on TV," he said, "so I thought we had a shot."

Murray also discussed what it was like to film the supernatural comedy on the streets of New York City. "In the uniforms with the car," he reminisced, "even the cops thought we were above them somehow."

You can check out the Today segment below.

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