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Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer debuts as children unearth grandpa’s past

Ghostbusters: Afterlife first official trailer! The clip shows kids unearthing grandpa’s past which leads to their town being haunted as Bill Murray appears briefly

The first official trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife was shared on Tuesday morning.

The clip shows two children that seem irritated when their broke single mother moves them to grandpa’s run down farmhouse ‘in the middle of nowhere.’ But soon the kids unearth the past which leads to their town being turned upside down.

At the end of the clip, Bill Murray – who starred in the original 1984 Ghostbusters movie – is heard as he picks up a red telephone when the kids seek help fighting the demons.

New: The first official trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife was shared on Tuesday morning

The movie is scheduled to be released on November 11, 2021 after it was pushed from July 2020 due to COVID-19.

During the clip the original stars are seen in a video from what looks to be a YouTube channel. The grab is taken from the 1984 movie.

Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and the late Harold Ramis, who passed in 2014, are all seen on screen.

Bill and Dan have smaller roles in the new movie Afterlife.

New life: The clip shows two children that seem irritated when their broke single mother moves them to grandpa's run down farmhouse 'in the middle of nowhere.' But soon the kids unearth the past which leads to their town being turned upside down

New life: The clip shows two children that seem irritated when their broke single mother moves them to grandpa’s run down farmhouse ‘in the middle of nowhere.’ But soon the kids unearth the past which leads to their town being turned upside down

This new Ghostbusters film focuses mostly on the children who wind up in the dusty old farmhouse that seems to be haunted.

The children are played by Finn Wolfhard and McKenna Grace; Carrie Coon stars as their desperate mother who hopes to start a new life. Paul Rudd is also seen in a supporting role as Mr Grooberson. 

The clip begins when the single mom is on a road trip with her kids. She is seen telling Rudd’s character at an old diner that her son is fine but she has problems with her daughter.

He knows this is not good: Paul Rudd plays a man who looks into the small box grandpa left

He knows this is not good: Paul Rudd plays a man who looks into the small box grandpa left

They are back! A ghost is seen terrorizing the small town as the kids try to track them down

They are back! A ghost is seen terrorizing the small town as the kids try to track them down

Paul assures here they will be OK.

Then the family of three is seen moving into an old weather beaten farm house in the country. The paint is peeling off and it looks as if nothing works inside.

The son is seen telling a woman that they are broke and all they have is this old house that their grandfather left them.

The kids look around the house and they find a box that appear to lead to trouble.

It soon becomes clear the little ones have dug up the past as ghosts start appearing here and there.

The old Ghostbusters car is also brought back to life by the son because it was the only car in the garage ‘that had an engine.’

The original team: Here the stars of the 1984 film are seen: from left, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd

The original team: Here the stars of the 1984 film are seen: from left, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd

The station wagon is seen roaring through town with dust and dirt all over it.

 The towns people notice there are changes: even though there are no fault lines anywhere near the area, the land keeps shaking. It’s clear the ghost want to shake things up.

Next thing the folks know, the town is being overtaken by ghosts and the living dead.

The kids want to get help and track down the old Ghostbusters.

But when one of them calls the number listed for the ghost hunters, a man (Murray) picks up the phone and says they are ‘closed.’ 

The film is written by Jason Reitman & Gil Kenan.

The movie is scheduled to be released on November 11, 2021. 

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