Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer

by Jay Cochran
December 09, 2019
Everything happens for a reason. Watch the new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife in theaters next summer, July 10th, 2020.



From director Jason Reitman and producer Ivan Reitman, comes the next chapter in the original Ghostbusters universe. In Ghostbusters: Afterlife, when a single mom and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind. The film is written by Jason Reitman & Gil Kenan.

Directed by: Jason Reitman

Written by: Gil Kenan & Jason Reitman

Based on the 1984 film “Ghostbusters”
An Ivan Reitman film written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis

Produced by: Ivan Reitman

Executive Producers:
Dan Aykroyd
Gil Kenan
Jason Blumenfeld
Michael Beugg

Cast:
Carrie Coon
Finn Wolfhard
Mckenna Grace
and Paul Rudd
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mako - 2019-12-11 @ 11:00 am

What's really sad here is, as bad as the "Chickbusters" movie was, I at least had high hopes leading up to it as the trailer for that one captured the appropriate"flavor." It promised a certain type of movie. Minus the Ghostbusters iconography, all this trailer promises is a lackluster entry in the Stand By Me, Goonies, Lost Boys kiddie adventure genre at best, or a blatant Stranger Things mockbuster (ironically featuring the LEAST interesting member of that shows cast) at worst.

I'm also struggling not to read to much into the fact they're exploiting the real-life death of one of the original cast as a plot-point for their sleazy cash-grab.

At least they're not gonna "Carrie Fischer" him into the movie to try and appease the fans they screwed over with the last train-wreck . . . I hope.

JayC - 2019-12-10 @ 8:19 pm
6 hours ago, Belmont13 said:

Indeed, I loved that show one of my favorites growing up.

While I watched the Real Ghostbusters and thought it was a decent cartoon of the time, its not one I generally rate up there as one of the greats, but thats just me. I also don't put it in the same category as the movies since I don't think it was ever really considered cannon???

Belmont13 - 2019-12-10 @ 1:48 pm
8 hours ago, MRT said:

Yeah but it spawned the Real Ghostbusters cartoon too. Thats show's great. I'm a bigger fan of that show then the movie honestly.

Indeed, I loved that show one of my favorites growing up.

Belmont13 - 2019-12-10 @ 1:44 pm

-Trailer looks good overall, I don't really like the whole kids thing but I guess that's probably where most of the movie humor will come from: the kids fooling around with the Ghostbusters gear.

-It does give off a a Strangers Things vibe, just like with GOT a few years back it seems the cool thing is to cast someone from Stranger Things in your movie in order to attract attention. On the other hand it has Paul Rudd who I always find entertaining.

-I am getting the impression that the house and everything belonged to Egon, it would make sense him being the dead grandfather with Harold Ramis being dead. Plus I always got the impression that Egon was the awkward genius, more committed to his work than anything so it would make the most sense for him to end up in a house in the middle of nowhere with his paranormal research and the Ghostbusters equipment, but that's just my opinion.

-There's a good chance that I might be wrong but I'm getting the sneaking suspicion that they might be pulling a Force Awakens where they cast the original actors for nostalgia's sake and to show people that they care about the legacy but the final product it's all about the new characters and the original cast is just there with little screen time, again just my opinion, hope I'm wrong.

-Like Jay C mentioned Ghostbusters is one of those franchises that has reached a sort of mythical status in people's mind. The thing with that is fans develope near impossible standards and odds are nothing they come up with will live up to those standards. When this movie is released we'll see if we get Mad Max Fury Road or Tron Legacy.

MRT - 2019-12-10 @ 5:41 am
1 hour ago, JayC said:

And truth is Ghostbusters was a one hit wonder that the the myth far outweighs the actual content. The first Ghostbusters was a good movie but Ghostbusters II was not.

Yeah but it spawned the Real Ghostbusters cartoon too. Thats show's great. I'm a bigger fan of that show then the movie honestly.

SpiderS - 2019-12-10 @ 4:25 am

I was never fun of original series but original caseabsence is sorta disappointing, even if they do havesignificant roles in the actual movie, I think starting first teaser without them is a mistake marketing wise, movie does have significant and vocal fanbase thatsnot going to take it positively. However, on its own trailer does lookkinda interesting, it seems Sony desperately wants to get thisfranchise working.

JayC - 2019-12-10 @ 4:16 am

Hell in all honesty even the original Ghostbusters wasnt really anybetter than other Bill Murray /Dan Akroyd movies of the time. For instance I think Stripes is a more funny movie than Ghostbusters was and had a better overall cast to boot. Why dont we get a Stripes sequel?

JayC - 2019-12-10 @ 4:09 am

And truth is Ghostbusters was a one hit wonder that the the myth far outweighs the actual content. The first Ghostbusters was a good movie but Ghostbusters II was not.

JayC - 2019-12-10 @ 4:06 am

If anyone thinks there wont be funny moments in the movie I would say they rcrazy. Idk if I would ever call Ghostbusters a comedy, action comedy maybe but the four main stars arent comedians anymore, you had that with the female version and you all hated it. Maybe save the venom spewing until we see a little more???

mako - 2019-12-10 @ 2:37 am
8 hours ago, Satam said:

Also, just curious, did anybody catch any jokes in that trailer? Any jokes at all?

Only the one where they're calling it Ghostbusters.

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