Back in the mid-80s, there was a small group of Ghostbusters that take care of paranormal problems. But after the 2016 remake and Ghostbusters: Afterlife, getting a new set of characters that are not afraid of no ghosts to join the party.
A new Ghostbusters animated feature film was announced today in celebration of Ghostbusters day, celebrating the date that the first film was released in 1984.
Back in May, a new movie had already been teased by Sony chairman Tom Rothman. In an interview, the studio boss confirmed not only that Ghostbusters 5 was in process and also suggested that the franchise universe would soon be enlarging.
The new animated series was announced this morning for Netflix, the franchise shared plans for an animated feature with all new characters and a new viewpoint. Jennifer Kluska and Chris Prynoski are attached to helm the new movie that is written by Brenda Hsueh for Sony Animation.
Ghostbusters was first premiered in 1984 and it cast Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, and Sigourney Weaver. Ghostbusters suddenly became a box office hit, grossing almost $300 million against a $30 million budget.
Sony will be further revealing details for the new Ghostbusters movie, including cast, director, and release window.