This year we will see the return of one of the franchises most loved and relevant in pop culture. Ghostbusters: Beyond will hit movie theaters across Spain in early December.
Born from the minds of Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis In the 1980s, Ghostbusters became an instant hit, worthy of a 1989 sequel, comics, animated series, and all the fanfare.
After many years away from the big screen, the franchise returned in 2016 with the reboot directed by Paul feige, which generated enormous controversy and had a very hostile reception in much of the fandom.
In 2019 it was announced that Jason reitman, son of the director of the original Ghostbusters movies, Ivan Reitman, would direct a direct sequel to his father’s tapes.
Ghostbusters: Beyond will ignore the 2016 reboot, something that has also had its share of controversy, and will continue the original timeline.
The movie will see the return of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts to his papers from the eighties. Some appeared in cameos in the reboot, but as different characters.
Talking with CinemablendErnie Hudson has suggested that a fourth Ghostbusters movie (fourth according to the main timeline, fifth if we count the reboot), could be in the works.
The actor stressed that “he has heard rumors that they are already working on a script for a new Ghostbusters movie.”
“If they do, I would be honored to be able to participate. I heard they were writing a new script, so we’ll see …” Hudson commented.
Those lucky enough to preview Ghostbusters: Beyond at CinemaCon and New York ComicCon have had mystical reactions to the Jason Reitman film.
A new movie may not be confirmed (or scrapped) until the box office responds with figures to Ghostbusters: Beyond, which will not arrive in Spain until December 3.
However, it will be released on November 11 in many countries, so watch out for spoilers on social networks.