New 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Movie Delayed Again Due To COVID-19
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The long-awaited sequel to the Ghostbusters franchise was originally due for release in 2020. Its cinema release has now been pushed back a second time until late 2021.
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What We Know About The Movie
- The movie will be released in March 2021
- Jason Reitman will direct and co-write the movie
- The plot revolves around one of the original Ghostbuster's grandchildren
- Paul Rudd will star in the movie as a teacher, Mr. Grooberson
- Finn Wolfhard will star in the movie
- Carrie Coon will star in the movie
- Mckenna Grace will star in the movie
- Bill Murray will return as Peter Venkman
- Dan Aykroyd will return as Ray Stantz
- Sigourney Weaver will return as Dana Barrett
- Annie Potts will return as Janine Melnitz
- Ernie Hudson will return Winston Zeddemore
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