'Ghostbusters': Where are they now?Updated 7:38 PM ET, Tue January 27, 2015'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosKristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones will star in the new "Ghostbusters." What's the original cast up to? Click through the gallery to find out.Hide Caption 1 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosIt's been 30 years since the "Ghostbusters" first suited up, strapped on their proton packs and changed pop culture with comedy, special effects and an irresistible theme song. As we celebrate the anniversary, there's also news of a new "Ghostbusters" movie that will star some "hilarious" women. While we wait to see what could become of that idea, let's catch up with where the original paranormal-fighting crew is now. Hide Caption 2 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosAs the charming Dr. Peter Venkman, Bill Murray could do no wrong in the eyes of the audience. Not much has changed since then. Most recently Murray acted in "Monuments Men" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel," and this fall stars in the buzzworthy "St. Vincent." In 2015, he'll provide voice work in a movie that would make Venkman proud: the animated comedy "B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations."Hide Caption 3 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photos"Ghostbusters" was the brainchild of "Saturday Night Live" vet Dan Aykroyd, who has a thing for ghosts. The writer/actor/producer, who played Dr. Raymond Stantz, most recently starred in the 2014 James Brown biopic, "Get on Up." Hide Caption 4 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosHarold Ramis was at the heart of the success of "Ghostbusters" -- as both the co-writer and the lovable nerd Dr. Egon Spengler. Ramis died in February 2014, but the legacy of his work lives on: from "Caddyshack" to "Stripes" to Egon's perennial safety tip ("Don't cross the streams!"). Hide Caption 5 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosAs the fourth addition to the "Ghostbusters" team, Ernie Hudson provided the everyman comic relief. Since "Ghostbusters," Hudson has bounced between movies and TV, including a stint on the well-received HBO series "Oz." Yet he still has a soft spot for Winston Zeddmore -- if a third "Ghostbusters" ever happens, he sees himself as "the C.E.O. of the Ghostbusters franchise."Hide Caption 6 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosNo one could pull off being possessed while in full '80s glam like Sigourney Weaver. Her Dana Barrett was equal parts alluring and hilariously scary. These days, Weaver is devoting her talents to another huge franchise -- she's at work on the sequel to 2009's "Avatar," due out in December 2016. Hide Caption 7 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosLouis Tully was also a demonic force to be reckoned with, but you couldn't help but feel badly for the guy with Rick Moranis playing him. After creating more family-friendly fare with the "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" franchise and "The Flintstones," Moranis decided to retire from on-screen acting in 1997 to be a stay-at-home dad following his wife's death. Hide Caption 8 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosAnnie Potts' Janine Melnitz may not have fought the ghosts like her employers did, but the secretary was just as tough as the boys. There's much to recommend when Potts is around -- from "Ghostbusters" to "Designing Women" to "Pretty In Pink." In November 2014, she'll star in the comedy "As Good As You."Hide Caption 9 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosWilliam Atherton has a knack for playing annoying characters -- remember Richard Thornburg in "Die Hard"? -- and he put his talents to good use in "Ghostbusters" as a skeptical government official who kept getting in the way of the team's work. This year, he'll appear in the second season of Syfy's "Defiance."Hide Caption 10 of 11'Ghostbusters': Where are they now? 11 photosYou can't talk about "Ghostbusters" without mentioning director Ivan Reitman, who also helmed another '80s comedy classic -- "Stripes." Reitman's work has been received with more ambivalence since then -- neither 2011's rom-com "No Strings Attached" nor 2014's "Draft Day" was as universally liked as "Ghostbusters." The filmmaker has been dancing around a sequel to 1988's "Twins" that would star Arnold Schwarzenegger, Eddie Murphy and Danny DeVito. It would be called "Triplets."Hide Caption 11 of 11It's been 30 years since the "Ghostbusters" first suited up. Let's catch up with where the original paranormal-fighting crew is now. More from showbizSAG Awards: See who's nominated5 surprises about CNN's Roger Ebert film, 'Life Itself'