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"Ghostbusters" Star Bill Murray On "Ghostbusters 3": "I Think We'll Try Again"

From Digital Spy:Bill Murray on 'Ghostbusters 3': 'I think we'll try again' - video

Bill Murray says he may reprise his role as Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters 3.

Bill Murray has suggested that he may still reprise his role as Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters 3.

The Moonrise Kingdom star, who reportedly turned down an offer to star in the sequel after reading the script, told The Late Show's David Letterman that reporters at the Cannes Film Festival were constantly asking him about the project.

Murray hinted that he is still willing to "try again" for a big screen reunion with Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson.

"You've just got to have a really good script. It's hard," he said. "Even the second Ghostbusters wasn't as funny for me as the first one. It's hard to make a sequel.

"It's got to be really funny and that first one was so darn funny. I think we'll try again. I always drag my feet on it."


"The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" Returning To UK TV Screens; To Be Shown On Comedy Central Extra From Monday 23rd July 2012 At 10.30pm

From Broadcast:The Daily Show returning to UK screens

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart is to air on Comedy Central UK after the broadcaster acquired the exclusive rights.

The satirical show, which has been awarded nine consecutive Emmy's, will help UK viewers stay abreast of the US Presidential election as the race heats up.

The series has run on Comedy Central in the US since 1996, comprising more than 2,200 episodes.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart was dropped by More4 in 2010 in favour of the weekly The Daily Show Global Edition.

Comedy Central's director of programming Chris Collie said: “Our launch timing is perfect as The Daily Show will be the UK’s destination to find out the latest news and the satirical take on the presidential election.”

It will air on Comedy Central Extra during the week from 23 July at 10.30pm [repeated on Comedy Central Extra's plus one (+1) timeshift channel 'Comedy Central Extra +1'] - just a day after its US broadcast.

BSkyB Commissions "This is Jinsy" For A Second Series'; To Be Broadcast On Sky Atlantic In 2013

From MediaGuardian:BSkyB gives comedy This is Jinsy a second series

Quirky comedy series renewed for eight new episodes to air on Sky Atlantic in 2013

Justin Chubb and Chris Bran in This Is Jinsy

BSkyB has commissioned a second series of quirky comedy This is Jinsy.

The series, which has featured guest appearances from David Tennant and Harry Hill, will return for an eight part run on Sky Atlantic in 2013.

This is Jinsy, a comedy about the bizarre residents of the fictional island of Jinsy, was nominated for Best Sketch Show at this year's British Comedy Awards earlier this week.

The Welded Tandem Picture company, the production firm behind This is Jinsy, will produce eight new 30-minute episodes.

Pilot episodes of This is Jinsy were broadcast on BBC3 in 2010

"We are thrilled that Sky Comedy is bringing This is Jinsy back to Sky Atlantic," said executive producer Chris Carey and producer James Dean. "Series two will be bigger, better and funnier".

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