Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ is an exciting and exceptionally thrilling, awfulness horror comedy film facilitated by Jason Reitman and Reitman, and Gil Kenan wrote it.
Starting late, Sony conceded the release of the upcoming Ghostbuster film because of the advancing coronavirus pandemic. Theaters were shut down so people can keep up social distancing. It isn’t the only movie that is influenced by the virus. Big movies like Black Widow, The Eternals, Candyman, and some more, which were reserved for showing up this year, But now moved to another release date with the objective that these movies can show up in the theaters.
So Sony has made this walk with the objective that people will watch the film in theaters when the effect of the deadly coronavirus ends. To begin with, Ghostbusters Afterlife was planned to show up on July 10, 2020, and now it will arrive for the fans on March 5, 2021.
Trailer For The Movie
Here’s the trailer of Ghostbusters: Afterlife:
Ghostbusters Afterlife is the upcoming fourth film in the Ghostbusters foundation. It is set thirty years after the second film; a family moves to an unobtrusive network, where they feel their adoration and warmth with the first Ghostbusters and their granddad’s riddle legacy.
- Paul Rudd as Mr. Grooberson
- Bill Murray as Dr. Lessen Venkman
- Carrie Coon as Callie
- Finn Wolfhard as Trevor
- Mckenna Grace as Phoebe,
- Logan Kim as Phoebe’s associate
- Oliver Cooper as Elton,
- Celeste O’Connor as Trevor’s associate
- Ernie Hudson as Winston Zeddemore
- Bokeem Woodbine as Sheriff Domingo
- Dan Aykroyd as Dr. Raymond “Bar” Stantz
The Theme of Ghostbusters: Afterlife says, ‘When an isolated mother and her two kids come up in a community, they start to examine their relationship to the first Ghostbusters and the secret heritage their granddad relinquished.’
The new film follows mother-of-two Callie, who acquires a property in Oklahoma from the dad she never knew (who ends up being one of the first Ghostbusters team… ). Mckenna Grace plays her science-fixated little girl Phoebe, while Finn Wolfhard plays her petrolhead child.