Sony Pictures just promised a new trailer for Ghostbusters: Legacy yesterday and has now kept its word: The video focuses above all on the two children dressed as the “legacy” of real ghost hunters in a small American town.
The second trailer doesn’t immediately mention that either, but: Ghostbusters: Legacy isn’t a solo show or re-branded reinterpretation, but a direct continuation of the second Ghostbusters movie from 1989. There are many stars too at the time. Again, but only in supporting roles, because this time the focus is on single mom Kali (Carrie Coon) and above all her two children Phoebe (McKenna Grace) and Trevor (Finn Wolfhard). The three move to a seemingly boring small town in Oklahoma, but soon discover their connection to the original ghost hunters and their grandfather’s mysterious legacy.
Ghostbusters: Legacy (US: Ghostbusters: Afterlife) The show was originally supposed to start in theaters last year, but due to the pandemic, the date had to be pushed back to 2021. November 11th is currently planned.