Ghostbusters Afterlife Trailer: Fans Think This Paul Rudd-Finn Wolfhard Film Is A Stranger Things' Rip-Off

The trailer of Paul Rudd and Finn Wolfhard’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife is out now and with Finn’s presence, fans think that this film is a rip-off to Netflix’s popular show, Stranger Things

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Ghostbusters Afterlife Trailer: Fans Think This Paul Rudd-Finn Wolfhard Film Is A Stranger Things' Rip-Off
All the Ghostbusters fan, here’s a reason for you to rejoice! The trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, which happens to the third part of this spooky franchise, has been recently dropped on the internet. The film has been helmed by Jason Reitman, son of Ivan, who had directed the original Ghostbusters. Ghostbusters: Afterlife chronicles the life of a mother portrayed by Carrie Coon, who moves to an inherited farm in Oklahoma’s small town with her two kids.

The trio happens to be the descendants of Egon Spangler, essayed by late Harold Ramis in the original two films. Ghostbusters: Afterlife also stars Paul Rudd as a summer school teacher, along with Bill Murray reprising his role. And, oh, in the trailer, we also get to see a glimpse of the Ghostbusters’ original and spooky Ecto-1 ambulance getting out of the retirement zone. Right from an intriguing storyline to a lot of spine-chilling moments and some ghost-hunting; the trailer promises horror and, of course, fun.

Check out the trailer below:

Let’s not miss how Finn Wolfhard’s presence in the trailer gave us all the Stranger Things feels. In fact, a couple of netizens felt how it’s a rip off to Stranger Things. A user wrote, “The new Ghostbusters movie is gonna be a Stranger Things ripoff,” while another tweeted, “Just watched the new Stranger Things season trailer, and it's called 'Ghostbusters' for some reason.” A fan wrote, “why do the new ghostbusters look like a ripoff of stranger things? when they had that shot of the 2 kids walking down the road I laughed out loud.”

Ghostbusters: Afterlife is slated to hit the big screens on July 10, 2020.

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