Ghostbusters back in a new film - 'Called up from the reserves': Original Ghostbusters returned to film

Ghostbusters back in a new film - 'Called up from the reserves': Original Ghostbusters returned to f ...

The new movie Ghostbusters has a family affair, so for the writer and director Jason Reitman brings his father's film franchise to the new generation.

He said he would have known the characters for "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" for a long time, and when he consulted with his father Ivan Reitman who directed the first two films, he cried.

"I knew that the movie was time, and the ending was the result," Jason said at the film's premiere in New York on Monday night. "At the moment I knew it was time," said Jason in his opening speech.

In that new film, we see a single mother and a father, Carrie Coon, moved her children to the small town on which they remarried their family with her son. They ended up learning things they couldn't have imagined.

The original Ghostbusters, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson are all set for the new film and called the experience a joy.

"I felt like I was being called up from the reserves for going back into service and taking care of things," said Aykroyd. "I think it was really organic because I was in there", said Aykroyd.

"This movie was very big in my life for a couple of years," Hudson said. "When we entered the jumpsuits, I was emotionally moved, and was able to breathe. It was amazing."

The film highlights the key to female empowerment and love in the film.

She said, that the center of our story is a nerdy girl scientist. I mean, I think that that's a fantastic invitation for the future.

The new outing is packed with young stars, including Finn Wolfhard, Logan Kim and McKenna Grace, who are a song in the film's soundtrack.

In the film, and most of the new sexist man live at People magazine. The actor Paul Rudd and JK Simmons also play in the movie.

The film is coming on Nov. 19 in the U.S. theaters.

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