Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Expected Release Date, Cast, storyline,plot, Trailer and everything a fan needs to know

Ghostbusters: Afterlife is an upcoming American film. The film is related to supernatural comedy. The Director of the film is Jason Reitman and the Producer is Ivan Reitman. The writers of the story are Gil Kenan and Jason Reitman.


Ghostbusters Afterlife is the official third part of the movie Ghostbusters following Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II (1990).


Ghostbusters Aftertime: Cast

The star cast of the film includes amazing actors. The cast and the characters of the film are:
Mckenna Grace (Phoebe)
Finn Wolfhard (Trevor)
Carrie Coon (Callie)
Paul Rudd (Mr. Grooberson)
Bill Murray (Dr. Peter Venkman)
Dan Aykroyd (Dr. Raymond Stantz)
Ernie Hudson(Winston Zeddemore)
Sigourney Weaver (Dana Barrett)
Annie Potts (Janine Melnitz)
Oliver Cooper (Elton)
Bokeem Woodbine (Sheriff Domingo)
Tracy Letts (Jack)
Marlon Kazadi (Thickneck)
Sydney Mae Diaz (Swayze)
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Ghostbusters Afterlife: Plot

The story revolves around the children and their mother, who moves to a farm in Summerville, Oklahoma, the residence of their late grandfather. The town faces several calamities of suspenseful earthquakes. Later on, children discover that they have a connection to the original Ghostbusters and their grandfather’s secret legacy.

The plot of the film seems mind-blowing and the film will be more adventurous and dramatic. Audience will definitely like the movie.

Ghostbusters Afterlife: Trailer

As of now, two teasers of Ghostbusters: Afterlife are out. The first teaser released in January 2019, depicting the Ecto-1 vehicle parked in a haunted barn. The trailer of the fil Ghostbusters: Afterlife released in December 2019, that revealed the film’s new characters and central plot.
To know more check out the teasers.

Ghostbusters Aftertime: Release Date 

The film Ghosterbusters: Aftertime will release on March 5, 2021. Originally it was scheduled to release on July 10, 2020 but postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak. The pandemic has affected several projects around the world. This means we have to wait quite longer for the film to arrive.