Friday, August 19, 2022

The Ghostbusters: Afterlife has confirmed the official Release Schedule 

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After several delays, the Ghostbusters: Afterlife sequel caused a wider than expectation gap in between the first peel at Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and while it is actually coming on to the theaters, it reveals that Sony currently has been set up a tighter schedule for the following.

After the director Jason Reitman and the co-writer, Gil Kenana had confirmed the sequel earlier this month, Sony has included with a planned theatrical schedule an official release date on 20th December 2023. 


In December 2021, while Ghostbuster Afterlife came to the theaters, it eventually grossed $200 million across the world, now the sequel is not a big surprise, now The Ghostbusters franchise also expanding with the latest animated series for Netflix that Reitman and Kenan are also making. 

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According to the schedule, the release date is also set up squarely against the pair of the long hitters like Paty Jenkins’ Star Wars: Rogue Squadron and they still become untitled for 22nd December 2023. We have seen the release dates also can shift in 18 months, now the watching of the series in local theaters going to be very different. 

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Read: Sex Education (Season 4): Asa Butterfield’s Popular Sex-Drama series reveals New Cast Members and Estimated Release Date 

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