The actor, who starred in the original films alongside Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson, had previously revealed details of his upcoming role.
However, he told the Daily Star: "It's just really the movie studio. They love the franchise, they'd just like to re-create it again.
"All this talk is just talk. It drives me nuts, it's just people talking. Until someone actually creates a great script it's just hogwash, it doesn't mean anything."
The star continued: "It's interesting that people are interested in it, they'd like to see it. It was a great thing, it really was fun. Maybe it should [happen]. And if it's such a good idea, then someone will write the screenplay.''
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