Seth Rogen Thinks Ghostbusters 3 Is "A Terrible Idea"

Seth Rogen tells Collider that despite internet rumors, he has not yet been contacted about being part of Ghostbusters 3. Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky are currently working on the screenplay. The writing duo last worked on Year One, a film directed by Harold Ramis, an original Ghostbuster who also played Rogen's father in Knocked Up. See the connection? Anyways, Rogen says he probably wouldn't be part of a third Ghostbusters film, because, well, it sounds like the worst idea ever.

"It's hard to imagine that would be good, isn't it?" asks Rogen. "I mean just as a movie fan I am the first guy to be skeptical of that. It sounds like a terrible idea when you first hear it. At first hearing it sounds like the worst idea ever. I dunno. Maybe. I mean, that would have to be one mutherfucking good script."

But what are the chances that it will be a good script?