Why Ghostbusters: Afterlife’s Chances Of Getting A Sequel Just Got Stronger


30 years after Ghostbusters 2 hit theaters, Ghostbusters: Afterlife proved to be the right vehicle to reinvigorate the media franchise. Keeping a steady box office over two weeks signaled a potential future for more Ghostbusters films. While there’s no official word on a sequel, a recent development may point toward that becoming more of a reality.  

According to Deadline, Ghostbuster: Afterlife co-writers Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan inked a lucrative overall deal with Sony Pictures. The Reitman-Kenan deal isn’t too much of a surprise given Sony serves as the home for the beloved franchise. The duo’s writing and Reitman’s direction proved to be the right combination for putting the franchise back on top. After all, the Ghostbusters reboot held strong in its second weekend with $35.3 million.



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