I’ll be honest, I was excited when I saw the trailer. I usually don’t, this time I did.
I enjoyed the all-female Ghostbusters movie they made some years back. It was funny and it was a new take on a great story. I thought they cast it perfectly with Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones. But this time around, they got Paul Rudd to star in the film.
I always wondered how they would pick up the story and continue where the legends left it in the 1980s. It seems like they may have figured it out. A quick synopsis of the new movie. It looks like Dr. Egon Spengler has died, Harold Ramis, who played the character passed away a few years ago, so that’s how they are going to play out that role. Dr. Egon Spengler’s daughter moves out to an old house he owns and his granddaughter starts looking around and finds granddads old ghost hunting equipment. She finds the old ghost trap, shows her teacher, Paul Rudd, and he’s like, wow, what a great replica. The only thing, it’s not a replica.
That’s all we got so far, but I did see that Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, and some of the original cast will be present. “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” comes out sometime in 2020. If you haven’t seen the trailer, check it out!