Ghostbusters Legacy: Sony unveils the release date with the new trailer
Ghostbusters Legacy, the third installment of the series on Ghostbusters, is shown with a new trailer and announcing the release date.
Waiting for a possible first trailer for Spiderman No Way Home, Sony Pictures has released the new full trailer of Ghostbusters: Legacy, also bringing the confirmation of the release date of the film at the cinema: November 11, 2021.
It seems impossible, but almost two years have passed since the arrival of the first trailer of this new chapter dedicated to the franchise Ghost catcher. Since then there has been little information and news on this film. We’ve had a few official Empire shots, showing the cast grappling with the Ecto-1, the now iconic car of the anti-paranormal team.
Inevitably, the global pandemic situation has also disrupted the production of this film, which should have been released. already in the summer of last year. Among the confirmations we have had in recent times, the co-star actor Finn Wolfhard he reassured the audience by clarifying that this project will remain faithful to the series. This is the third chapter, a sequel to the first two released in the 80s, if we exclude the 2016 reboot.
The first trailer had aroused some doubts in fans, given the atmosphere of the 80s with actors at a young age as protagonists (comparison to Stranger Things also due to the presence of Wolfhard himself, who plays Mike in the Netflix series). Finally after a long time Sony Pictures publishes the new official full trailer of Ghostbusters Legacy that illustrates the plot in its entirety, showing us that the boys protagonists (McKenna Grace and Finn Wolfhard) have a connection with the original Ghostbusters kept secret for a long time.
From what transpires from the images, the realization of the ghosts is distinctly different from the 2016 reboot, where they were characterized by a strong bioluminescence. Here, on the other hand, it seems that much more is aimed at improving the tangible idea that was in the first two films of the 1980s. Paul Rudd, given the number of promotional images in which we often see him with children, he could have a role as a reference figure. It all depends on how they will manage the nostalgia element, whether it will be intrusive or genuinely “son of the Ghostbusters”.
The film will be directed and co-written by Jason Reitman, son of the director of the first two Ghostbusters Ivan Reitman, and will be based on a script of a third chapter already in the air in 1989. Other historical actors of the films also return to the cast, including Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver And Annie Potts. The only member of the original quartet who will not be present is the late Harold Ramis.