#AfterlifeIn3D: Ghostbusters casts The Reunion

Image copyright Sony Image caption The movie is a box office hit that has reaped rave reviews

Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters franchise has used the internet community to reinvigorate interest in the popular films ahead of a fourth outing.

Afterlife, a sequel in the deadly ghost movie, asks fans to share what they think of the new scheme.

The original Ghostbusters film, starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, debuted in 1984.

The new movie saw the original team re-formed 30 years later and saw them working alongside a new group.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife was panned by critics but struck a chord with audiences. It took more than $300m (£244m) at the box office.

The Reunion

In the sequel, Jennifer Lawrence, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon join Sigourney Weaver as the fourth Ghostbusters.

Sony Pictures Pictures told BBC News it wanted to create a film that would “excite and inspire fans” who have missed the original movies.

Some 14,000 fans were asked to submit short videos, photos or any of the other kind of content with the hashtag #AfterlifeIn3D.

Some people joined the movement while others were re-imagined as a late teenagers who take an early vow of silence.

Some of the fan art was posted on Twitter and some people took to the This Is Ghostbusters Tumblr.

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Ghostbusters was originally made in 1984 by Sony Pictures. It tells the story of New York’s only Ghostbusters – original team members Murray, Aykroyd, Ramis and Wiig. The original Ghostbusters is an American science fiction comedy film starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Sigourney Weaver. The film tells the story of New York’s only Ghostbusters – original team members Murray, Aykroyd, Ramis and Wiig. The film, directed by Ivan Reitman, was co-written by Aykroyd, Ramis and Dan Aykroyd. It stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Sigourney Weaver. Announced in 1985, Ghostbusters was a feature-length version of the ABC TV series, which was about three women that work to eradicate ectoplasmic creatures, also known as ghosts. The world premiere of Ghostbusters was in New York and follows the story of three FBI agents, also known as Ghostbusters, in New York who are seeking answers for a recent museum disappearance. The film was funded by a lot of private funding.

The Official ‘Why the Backwards Style’ YouTube channel has picked out some of the most popular fan art from the new film.

The final video (0:57), shared by Sony Pictures on Twitter, asks fans to share their stories and hopes. The Ghostbusters Twitter account has seen a huge increase in followers.

Amazing! We’ve already seen so much #AfterlifeIn3D! Make sure you share your story with us here: https://t.co/tfo9lPTR86 #GBSDubs pic.twitter.com/2JDWhwm4nN — Ghostbusters (@Ghostbusters) October 28, 2016

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