GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE Trailer Brings Ghosts Back Into The Real World...Along With A Familiar Face!

The first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife has been released, and it's clear that this is going to be a very, very different movie to the 2016 effort from Paul Feig. Check it out after the jump...

These kids ain't afraid of no ghosts! Although that's probably because they don't even know they exist, which is evident from what we see in this first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Interestingly, it's also revealed that spirits haven't been seen for thirty years, even though 1980s New York was pretty much The Walking Dead according to Paul Rudd's character.

A super quick shout out to the folks over at DeadEntertainment.com for the slightly altered version of the poster that they put together and we used in the banner! They did a bit of tweaking with colors and blending that really adds some life to the poster!  Maybe something for Sony to look into?!

However, things change when Phoebe (Mckenna Grace) and Trevor (Finn Wolfhard) uncover their grandfather's secret stash of Ghost-busting gear (he was clearly an original member) and ghosts once again start roaming the Earth.

Look closely in the final few moments of this teaser and you'll notice that they appear to be chasing down the iconic Slimer and there are actually a lot of fun Easter Eggs in this first look at the movie ahead of its release next summer.

This is clearly a very different beast to the female-led 2016 reboot both visually and tonally. That's no bad thing based on the reaction to that effort from Paul Feig, of course, and it looks like this sequel will be a fun ride. After all, Bill Murray's narration makes it apparent that this is connected to the original films, and that's obviously going to be welcomed by fans. 

Conspicuous by its absence? The classic Ghostbusters theme! 



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some new stills from Ghostbusters: Afterlife!


 

 

 

 

 
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