Ghostbusters 2020 Is Now Called Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Official Photos Released
The full-length trailer of Ghostbusters: Afterlife will be launching on Monday. The show is a sequel of Ghostbusters by Jason Reitman. A tweet from the official Ghostbusters gave information on the release of the upcoming trailer along with a poster depicting Ecto-1 barrelling through a vast wheat field.
The first images of Ghostbusters: Afterlife came into light by Vanity Fair in an article. The images feature some of the key characters such as Paul Rudd’s cast as a teacher who is unnamed, Carrie Coon, as the family’s matriarch, Finn Wolfhard, as Trevor, the son of Carrie. Mckenna Grace starred as Carrie’s daughter, Phoebe. The show has set in a rural theme, which is just the opposite of what we had seen in the original Ghostbusters. The original show was set in the busy environment of Manhattan.
About the story
The story revolves around a family who shifted to a small town in Oklahoma after inheriting some property. As they reach the old farm, they come to know about their relationship with the original Ghostbusters. Trevor and Phoebe are shown to discover who their grandfather actually is and whether they were ready to pick up the proton pack themselves.
The setting of the story has been done like the original classic in 1984. Director Jason has described it as an adventure that connects back to the Manhattan Crossrip of 1984. The original show was directed by Jason’s father, Ivan Reitman. He will return to Ghostbusters: Afterlife as a producer. The show will be releasing on 20 July 2020. With a complete change in the scene in which the show sets in, fans will be delighted to check out what’s going to be new in the sequel. What majors changes will take place and how will it impact the story, are the questions of the fans. We will have to wait to get the answers to end our curiosity.