The animation series project of ‘Ghostbusters’ is underway on Netflix The code name of the live-action movie series sequel is also revealed

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Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan, the “Ghostbusters / Afterlife” duo, are working with Sony to plan a new “Ghostbusters” anime series on Netflix.

In this “Ghostbusters” anime series, Ghost Corps’ Lightman and Keenan will be executive producers. The two have just co-wrote the script for “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” which was released in Japan this year, and Lightman was also the director. However, for now, the details of the plot of the new anime series remain tightly confined in the ghost trap.

The news of the production of the “Ghostbusters” anime series was announced yesterday, June 8th. June 8th is also known as “Ghostbusters Day” every year after the first “Ghostbusters” was released nationwide in 1984.

This year’s Ghostbusters Day isn’t just about Netflix’s anime series. Lightman and Keenan also told The Hollywood Reporter about a new live-action movie that will be the sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife. According to the two, the next sequel movie will be codenamed “Firehouse.”

Lightman said: “At the end of ghostbusters / Afterlife’, Ecto-1 will run through Manhattan and return to where it used to be. When no one knew the title’Afterlife’, we called it’ I used to call it “Rust City”. You can’t understand the meaning of this title without watching the movie. The code name of the next work is “Firehouse”. Of course, this points to 80. It’s the headquarters of Ghostbusters that appeared in the two works of the 1980s. “

In addition to this live-action sequel, the two also revealed that a new animation film is underway in collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation. According to Reitman, the animated film, alongside Netflix’s animated series, will “return to the point where Dan Aykroyd first talked about the idea of ghostbusters and delve into it.”

The social phenomenon of “Ghostbusters” began in 1984 when the first film directed by Ivan Reitman was released. Since then, the series has continued to grow at a speed that surpasses Marshmallow Man, and in addition to various sequels, reboot works, and related goods, anime works such as “Real Ghostbusters” and “Extreme Ghostbusters” have been produced.

Decades later, Jason Reitman’s “Ghostbusters / Afterlife” was released nationwide last year, and the director’s real father drew it in the blockbusters “Ghostbusters” and “Ghostbusters 2”. The story of the series will continue. “Afterlife” features Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, as well as the original Busters Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson.

“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” has a 63% critic review on the critic site “Rotten Tomatoes” and a Metascore of 45 points on “Metacritic”. On the other hand, in the IGN US review, it was rated 9 out of 10 points, and “Ghostbusters / Afterlife” was written by Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson “Ghostbusters”. It’s a fun and wonderful movie that will satisfy those who have grown up and those who watch it for the first time will be absorbed in the new generation of “Ghostbusters”.

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