Ghostbusters Promotional Reel for an Industry Convention
In 1984, while the filming of Ghostbusters was still in progress, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray made a promotional film to be shown at ShoWest, a convention in Las Vegas for theater distributors. The original presentation had movie clips (without music or special effects) between the intro and outro, which have been deleted from this version. However, this article describes which clips were once there. Ray Parker Jr.'s theme song wasn't selected for the movie until after this promotion.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Merchandise Contains Spoilers
Ghostbusters: Afterlife opened in theaters last weekend, and is not yet available for legal streaming. The long-delayed sequel to the 1984 movie Ghostbusters was sometimes referred to as Ghostbusters: The Next Generation because it starred a group of much younger characters. Now that it has been released, we know that there are a couple of twists that the producers kept under wraps for a couple of years now. If you are planning to see the movie and want to avoid spoilers, don't go to the toy aisle and see the Ghostbusters: Afterlife-themed merchandise. However, if you already know what the surprises are, or you don't care about spoilers, go to Gizmodo and check out the packaging for one particular set of action figures. The post also discusses the ill-advised tagline proudly displayed on the box.#Ghostbusters #GhostbustersAfterlife #spoiler
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