It may have been 30 years since the first Ghostbusters movie hit the big screen, but the franchise is still as popular and beloved as ever. But while the original cast will sadly not be reuniting for a third movie, they have all managed to come together again to grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s ‘Reunions’ issue.

The cover marks the first time stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts and director Ivan Reitman have come together since the film’s release three decades ago. Sadly co-star Harold Ramis passed away earlier this year and Rick Moranis, who played Louis Tully, declined to participate in the shoot.

The photo shoot was covered by 'The Today Show', which aired a behind-the-scenes interview segment on Wednesday (November 5th). Interviewing the cast was Al Roker, a super fan of the movie who said he’d watched it more than 100 times.

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In the interview, Bill Murray, who played Dr. Peter Venkman, revealed that he always knew the film would be a success. “I knew it was going to be a huge movie," he said. Adding, "At that point, we were still watching 'Yankee Doodle Dandy' on TV, so I thought we had a shot.”

Murray also dished a priceless piece of Ghostbuster’s trivia, revealing that the slime used in the film was actually made up of "corn syrup and starch and some sort of an adhesive and a kind of poison that's used on cinch bugs.”

While we can't expect to see the cast back again for another Ghostbusters outing, there is an all-female reboot of the franchise currently in development with Paul Feig directing.

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Suggestions for the movie’s title offered up by Sigourney Weaver on the 'Today Show' included "Ghostbabes" and "Ghostbuster Babes”. While Roker joked to the actress, "You could still be in that!”

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The ‘Reunions’ issue of Entertainment Weekly hits news stands on Friday (November 7th) and also features the casts of Mean Girls, 'Sports Night', 'Monty Python', The Fabulous Baker Boys, Napoleon Dynamite, 'Sisters' and 'Little House on the Prairie' back together again.