New Ghostbusters: Afterlife featurette video uncovers a more critical glance at the smudged old Ecto-1. The world initially went gaga for the Ghostbusters in 1984 when Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson originated the characters, with Ivan Reitman behind the camera as chief.
Given how the Ghostbusters establishment has now passed starting with one Reitman then onto the next, it’s appropriate that Ghostbusters: Afterlife is itself a generational handoff film including the kids and grandkids of the late Ramis’ Egon Spengler. However, similar to a genuine inheritance continuation, Ghostbusters: Afterlife actually has space to give proper respect to the first also. One component from the old Ghostbusters film that’s back for the new is the exemplary Ecto-1 vehicle, which has effectively been prodded a great deal in Afterlife trailers, and is by all accounts a major piece of the new film. A just delivered featurette zeroed in on the father-child Reitman coordinating pair incorporates one more glance at the Ghostbusters’ vehicle as it anticipates a re-visitation of activity. See the video in the space beneath:
The Ecto-1 is obviously quite possibly the most notorious vehicles in film history. So if there will be another Ghostbusters film that arrangements with the tradition of the first group, the Ecto-1 absolutely must be included. The new film’s more youthful characters in a real sense acquiring the Ecto-1 and setting it up is really a decent similitude for how the more youthful Reitman is presently acquiring his father’s establishment and attempting to likewise tidy it up and make it sparkling for another generation. In any case, what stays not yet clear is the manner by which Ghostbusters: Afterlife will indeed propel the Ghostbusters brand. It’s unmistakable the film will prevail at honoring the past, however what’s not satisfactory is the means by which it will set up another tradition of its own. It’s conceivable obviously that simply giving proper respect will be sufficient to satisfy fans, particularly after the 2016 reboot so seriously came up short.