The previous Cast is to return in the sequel under Gil Kenan’s direction with Jason Reitman
More Ghostbusters are on the way but as for now, its sequel is set to be in making by Jason Reitman (the director behind Afterlife) and Gil Kenan working on a live-action series for Netflix.
Sources from Deadline declared that Jason who directed the previous films will step up to his writing and production role, along with Kenan. Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan jointly had written the live-action sequel, and it seems that the two amazing industry members are trying to live up to the high expectations already set for their work.
Jason Reitman declares officially, handing over the direction to Gil Kenan for the upcoming sequel of Ghostbusters: Afterlife. “Words can never express how thankful I am for Jason Reitman for making a movie with my dad next to me. I can only hope to give Gil Kenan the same kind of production care and support my dad showed me,” says Reitman.
Signing the entire producing deal with Sony Pictures, Kenan and Reitman are proud of their success of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, working on and again for the sequel to match the base they created themselves. They began working on the script and production now is being targetted as one of the tops of 2023, and with casting already getting under for some new roles the extra added cast list is still set to be confirmed officially.
The co-writer plans to extend a franchise of The Afterlife created by the late, Ivan Reitman. While there isn’t anything official announced about the sequel as it is still under process, sources informed us that plans are in place to go around New York again and also the iconic Firehouse which was made famous by the original Ghostbusters films. The cast may include Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon, returning to their place for the sequel.
Filmmaker Gil Kenan achieved an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Film for his film House Monster released in 2006, and his other works of filmmaking include Cities of Ember and A Boy Called Christmas.