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Ghostbusters: Afterlife – New trailer breakdown and analysis

Carrie Coon is the daughter of Egon Spengler

Callie (Carrie Coon) is the daughter of Egon Spengler and a single mother of two. After losing their home and just breaking up, they move to Summerville, Oklahoma, where Egon had owned a dilapidated, old house. At this point, Egon is dead, however, how long has not yet been explained.

Find Wolfhard as Trevor from Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Finn Wolfhard is Trevor, Egon’s grandson

Finn Wolfhard is Trevor, Callie’s eldest child. Shown as something of a mechanic, he digs Ecto-1 and is able to get it running again. Although it is more of a necessity as it is the only car in the shed with a working engine.

Grace McKenna as Phoebe from Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Grace McKenna is Phoebe, Egon’s granddaughter

His sister is Phoebe, played by Grace McKenna. She is more of a nerdy outsider who keeps to herself. She is able to discover the hiding place of Egon’s equipment, shown at least as a ghost trap and the PKE meter.

Paul Rudd as Mr.  Grooberson from Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Paul Rudd is apparently still immortal

While Phoebe does not seem to get respect from her classmates in summer school, she gets along well with her teacher, Mr. Grooberson (Paul Rudd). Grooberson seems to not only be a mentor character to Egon’s grandchildren, but given the opening of the trailer shows that he had dinner with Callie, he could take the role of “father figure” a little too literally.

Mr.  Grooberson, Podcast and Phoebe in Ghostbusters: Afterlife

“Lucky and” Podcast “

Less is known about Lucky (Celeste O’Connor), who appears to be framed as a love interest in Trevor, and Podcast (Logan Kim), who appears alongside Phoebe and Grooberson in their Ghostbusters research.

Annie Potts as Janine from Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Did Janine marry Egon?

Annie Potts quickly looks like Janine, the original team’s former secretary. She tells Callie, “Your father was not very much at home. He could hardly keep the power on. When asked if Egon left them anything, she mentions, “I would not say ‘nothing.'”

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