As indicated by star Paul Rudd, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is the perfect sequel to the original movie. The original Ghostbusters was released in 1984 with its sequel, Ghostbusters II, released in 1989. Albeit an all-female Ghostbusters reboot movie featuring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig turned out in 2016, the film neglected to catch the consideration of numerous original Ghostbusters fans and was censured in a large number of sexist remarks. Ghostbusters: Afterlife denotes a re-visitation of the original world that the 1984 film made and will see the arrival of stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson, among others.
In another meeting with The Kansas City Star, Rudd, who plays amiable instructor and seismologist Mr. Grooberson in the new film, says Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a “perfect” follow-up to the original movie. Rudd said he was “moved” by the new film and the manners by which returning characters are regarded. The actor added he thought Afterlife was an “astounding” venture to be associated with. Look at Rudd’s full remark beneath:
“What a perfect way of continueing this story about these individuals [from the original] and I was moved by it. What’s more, I thought, goodness, amazing, what a cool and astounding thing to be a piece of.”
At last, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is turning out to be the sequel that fans have now been sitting tight more than 30 years for. On the off chance that the film can address stories and characters of the past and adequately weave them together with new characters, it is certain to acquire a more good gathering than the much-defamed 2016 reboot. It’s not yet obvious to what degree the original Ghostbusters characters will highlight in the film (trailers have been mindful so as to not give too much away), yet it appears to be logical that Dr. Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, and Winston Zeddemore will return to their busting activity quickly, and direct a passing of the torch to another age in Ghostbusters: Afterlife.