“Ghostbusters: The Legacy” brings back news with a trailer that will appeal to fans of the early hours. Sony plays on nostalgia and completely manages to make us want to see the film by Jason Reitman.
Fans are still upset when it comes to the Ghostbusters by Paul Feig but they will soon have a film that promises to stroke them in the direction of the hair. Ghostbusters: The Legacy will try to be a worthy sequel to the two excellent first parts. Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman, replaces his father behind the camera, a sign that a new generation is ready to take up the torch.
In this scenario, a single mother (Carrie Coon) moves in with her two children (McKenna Grace and Finn Wolfhard) in a small town in the United States. At the same time, she recovers her father’s old house, abandoned since his death. Shortly after the arrival of the trio, the town was struck by paranormal phenomena. The brother and sister will find out who their ancestor really was. Helped by a teacher (Paul Rudd), their turn has come to fight monsters.
A film that claims its heritage
The first trailer for the film dates back to December 2019. In the meantime, the health crisis has taken its toll and Sony has preferred to postpone Ghostbusters: The Legacy at a more convenient date. It is now expected November 10 in French theaters. To keep the promotion of the film alive, a new trailer has just been released. She allows to see unpublished images and decides to bet on nostalgia to reach the former fans. Various reminders to the original team can be seen in the trailer. We feel that the notion of inheritance claimed in the title is important.
A new generation will take over to fight ghosts and monsters (there are many of them in this preview), but that doesn’t mean that the old ones won’t be there. The film will reunite Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson, while paying tribute to the deceased Harold Ramis since the two characters played by Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace are grandchildren of Egon Spangler. The very last seconds of the trailer tease the return of the old ones, with Ray Stantz picking up the phone. Sigourney Weaver will also reprise her role, as will Annie Potts, who can be seen in the new footage.