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Juicy Details About ‘Ghostbusters 3’ Surfaced

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With the announcement of Ghostbusters 3, fans can’t wait to see the old gang back in action. It’s been 30 years since the beloved team answered the call. The plot of the film is something completely different from what everyone’s expecting. We look at some details surrounding this forthcoming sequel.

Home Sweet Home

The movie will revolve around a family moving back into their old town. After they originally left, things changed drastically on their block. Paranormal activities have been quietly taking over the region with no one to provide assistance. The film’s main villain will be something bigger than Gozer the Destructor or Vigo the Carpathian.

New Location, Same Madness

The first two Ghostbusters films were centered around the happenings in New York City. For Ghostbusters 3, the film is set in a rural area. A change in scenery will be a great way to shake things up. If they’re trying to keep the film near the city, upstate New York is the perfect location.

The Kids Are Alright

In 2013, the original plans for Ghostbusters 3 involved college students from Columbia University taking over the business. In a major shift, the new script for the film will now have kids controlling it instead. An intelligent girl and an adventurous boy will be leaders of a new Ghostbusters crew. Down the line, they’ll be joined by two other kids also craving a great escapade. When it comes to their ages, two of them will be 12 while the others will be 13. This change is heavily influenced by Netflix’s Stranger Things.

We Are Family

Thirty years have passed since the team got the keys to New York City. During that time, they’ve welcomed some amazing people into their family. These four kids will also be related to the Ghostbusters. Each child will have characteristics reminiscent of a specific Ghostbusters member. Discovering they’re connected to the original team could give them a boost in their hunting.

Who Ya Gonna Call?

The original Ghostbusters will appear in some capacity. Dan Aykroyd, who is working closely with the film, has talked to the others about returning. So far, Ernie Hudson has given the thumbs up for Ghostbusters 3. When it comes to Bill Murray, it’s up in the air for now. “I think Billy [Murray] will come. The story’s so good – even if he plays a ghost,” Aykroyd told Dan Rather in an interview.

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