The living stars of the Ghostbusters cast have reunited in the latest edition of Entertainment Weekly to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary.

Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Sigourney Weaver posed for the cover of the upcoming Entertainment Weekly magazine. Harold Ramis, who played the fourth Ghostbuster Egon Spangler in the films, passed away earlier this year. Ghostbusters celebrated its 30th anniversary this year and rumors have been swirling recently surrounding a sequel, a remake, or a reboot.

It was recently announced that director Pual Feig was gong to make a new Ghostbusters film, though it is expected to be a female cast instead of a third entry into the original franchise. Entertainment Weekly released a statement regarding the new cover and subsequent article in the magazine:

“We called up the original Ghostbusters and convinced Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts to don the famous ghost logo once more as they shared stories about auditions, the Ghostbusters legacy, and the late Harold Ramis.”

As the cover shows Murray, Aykroyd, Hudson, and Weaver, Annie Potts will appear inside the magazine in some capacity. The only actor missing from the scene, aside from Ramis, is Rick Moranis.

Moranis, who played nerdy accountant Louis Tully in both Ghostbusters films, left Hollywood after his wife passed away so he could raise his children and write music. Murray is notoriously difficult to track down for publicity photos such as this, however, he has been busy promoting his new film St. Vincent so he has been visible lately.

Ghostbusters was the biggest box-office hit in 1984, and the sequel in 1989 pulled in over $112 million during its release. While a third Ghostbusters film has been announced, there is no confirmation regarding the all-female cast or whether or not it is a straight sequel.

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