The Real Reason Directing Ghostbusters: Afterlife ‘Fear’ Jason Reitman


Jason Reitman says he has been constantly harassed by his famous father for years to do something about the “Ghostbusters” series. However, the fear of letting senior Reitman down prevented him from doing so.

“Certainly my dad always thought it would be a good idea if I made ‘Ghostbusters,’ and I stayed away from it,” Reitman explained to Variety. “My dad casts a big shadow.” Ghostbusters “creates a large shadow. And I’m definitely scared to pick up the proton pack, but that’s what this movie is about.” Ghostbusters: Afterlife “is about a family who develops the courage to pick up the proton pack themselves. “

Like young Reitman, there will be countless audiences and “Ghostbusters” fans who will be venturing into new but familiar territory when they see “Afterlife” hit theaters on November 19, of course, many viewers don’t The movie’s inevitability will also very likely, not even be out when the first “Ghostbusters” come out, or will be too young to watch when it does. Notably, that even happened to some members of the “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” cast.

“I was three years old when the original movie came out, so nobody took me to the theater to see it, but it was always on television,” actress Carrie Coon recalled in an interview with Variety. Coon plays Harold Ramis’ Egon’s daughter in “Afterlife,” and it seems the actor still can’t believe she’s part of the sequel. “It’s part of my DNA,” Coon confessed. “And now I’ll talk about it for the rest of my life!”

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