Who ya gonna call after thirty years of ghosts? Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson are back in the second sequel for Ghostbusters and are bringing along some fresh new faces for the ride for the new generation.
In Ghostbusters: Afterlife, when a single mom and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.
This week in New York, Ghostbusters: Afterlife held the World Premiere Red Carpet where some of the stars from the film were in the mix with some of today's greatest stars on film to chat about the new film and the expectations fans can expect.
"This is about legacy, about family, and I hope people will pull the importance of resolving resolutions," said Ernie Hudson, who also starred in the original film. "I know it seems like it's a little bit away from Ghostbusters, but that's what it's all about and there's something in this movie for everybody."
We caught up with Bill Murray, who also starred in the original, who told us that he is excited for fans to see a mix of "emotional yet excitement" in the new film. He also shares if he were to catch ghosts with someone besides his onscreen partner, he would've loved to have caught them with the late Annie Potts and the late Hank Aaron.
'On My Block' star Brett Gray appeared on the carpet as well, and played a quick game with us called "Who Ya Gonna Call?" and told us if he could go on a wild adventure with anyone, he said he would choose Chlöe Bailey.
"A wild adventure? Well, I have two or three names juggling in my mind right now but I'm going with Chloe Bailey. I feel like right now, we would have too much fun."
Grab your crew and head to theatres to watch 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' this Friday.