Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night (June 8) to promote the new Ghostbusters reboot, but got a surprise when the original stars paid them a little visit.
Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts dropped by the studio during a game of “Who’s Most Likely to…”, and stayed for the whole show, giving the upcoming movie the thumbs up, videochatting with Ghostbusters megafans from around the globe, and even sharing the sofa with the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
The best part? When Ray Parker Jnr appeared and they danced along to the Ghostbusters theme tune.
We’re going to level with you here: the following clip mostly shows a bunch of A-listers shuffling awkwardly for 3m 53s. But if the sight of Bill Murray jumping up and down and singing along to the line “Bustin’ makes me feel good!” doesn’t put a huge grin on your face, then you need to book an appointment with your doctor—you may be clinically dead:
Has there ever been a better theme tune to a movie? If there has, we can’t think of it.
The whole thing coincided with the 32nd anniversary of the original movie. Ghostbusters opened in theaters June 8, 1984—while this year’s reboot, pitting four female paranormalists against New York City’s ghouls and ghosts, opens July 15.Read More