The Ghostbusters franchise will continue with Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and there’s already so much we know about the film. So far, the movie franchise includes 1984’s Ghostbusters, 1989’s Ghostbusters II, and the 2016 female-led Ghostbusters reboot. Here is everything about the upcoming series.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Release Date
Ghostbusters: Afterlife originally had its sights set on becoming a huge summer hit, formerly being scheduled for release on July 10, 2020. That was until the Coronavirus pandemic arrived to throw the world into disarray. Ghostbusters: Afterlife will now release in theatres on March 5, 2021, placing it into direct competition with Warner Bros.’ new Tom and Jerry movie, and between the February 12 release of Marvel’s Eternals and the March 19 release of Sony’s Marvel spinoff Morbius.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer
Here’s the trailer of Ghostbusters: Afterlife:
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Plot
Ghostbusters: Afterlife moves the franchise out of New York City for the first time, relocating to the small town of Summerville, Oklahoma. Siblings Phoebe and Trevor move with their mom into a house owned by their late grandfather, who none of the three knew well. It turns out he was none other than Egon Spengler, and when mysterious events of a possibly paranormal origin begin happening, the family uncovers their connection to the now long forgotten original Ghostbusters.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Cast
The film casts Paul Rudd as Mr. Grooberson, Bill Murray as Dr. Peter Venkman, Carrie Coon as Callie, Finn Wolfhard as Trevor, Mckenna Grace as Phoebe, Logan Kim as Phoebe’s classmate, Oliver Cooper as Elton, Celeste O’Connor as Trevor’s classmate, Ernie Hudson as Winston Zeddemore, Bokeem Woodbine as Sheriff Domingo and Dan Aykroyd as Dr. Raymond “Ray” Stantz.