"Ghostbusters: Ftozen Empire" will be released a week early. Columbia Pictures has moved the release date from March 29 to March 22, 2024. This is due to the desire of the studio to start showing the film on spring break, when theaters go to the whole family. And thereby increase the reach of the audience.
The new picture is a sequel to "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" (2021), which, in turn, used the story and characters from movies made in the 80s. This time around, the plot has the Spengler family returning to where they started, a New York City fire station. They organize a super-secret lab to take their work to the next level. The unleashing of an ancient, sinister, force forces all the "hunters" to band together and get busy saving the world from a second Ice Age.
The new movie was directed by Gil Keenan from a script written with Jason and Ivan Reitman. The roles were performed by Carrie Coon, McKenna Grace, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and others.