Ghostbusters Firehouse

Gil Kenan and Jason Reitman have confirmed that filming on the sequel to Ghostbusters Afterlife is officially underway!

Fire up the proton packs because the long-awaited sequel to Ghostbusters Afterlife has officially started filming. It’s been a minute since we heard anything fresh about the sequel – known only as Firehouse, but now Gil Kenan and Jason Reitman have sent news from the set. And if you’re hoping for a nostalgia trip back to New York, you’re in for a treat.

The duo has been pictured on the set of the classic Firehouse from the original movies. And Gil Kenan is grasping the iconic click board featuring the working title. Check out the image below.



As of press time, details about the sequel’s plot are a closely guarded secret. Known only to Reitman, Kenan, and the inmates of the containment unit. However, we do know that Afterlife stars Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace have been retained for the next adventure. As has Carrie Coon who will reprise her role as Egon Spengler’s daughter Callie. And if that isn’t enough to have you waving your PKE meter around, Ernie Hudson is officially returning as Winston Zeddermore.

Sadly, there’s no word on whether Hudson’s fellow original Ghostbusters Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray will be making an appearance. Nor do we have confirmation of Paul Rudd’s involvement. But with the core of the story returning to New York, surely they’ll all be on hand to help guide the film home.

Ghostbusters Afterlife


Initially, Jason Reitman was going to take the director’s chair. After all, he had captured lightning in a bottle with the last outing. But in a shock twist, Gil Kenan has officially taken on the burden of steering the sequel to the screen. And he will be directing from a storyline penned by the duo. But can they do the unthinkable and deliver another win for the fans?

That remains to be seen. But with the same team of creatives on hand to bring the project home, surely a sensational new adventure will greet us when Ghostbusters: Firehouse arrives in cinemas on Wednesday, December 20, 2023.

Ghostbusters Firehouse

Are you excited about the sequel? Can the duo strike gold again and deliver a movie with waiting for? Sound off below with your thoughts.

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