Ghostbusters Afterlife Clip Ft Paul Rudd And The Return of Terror Dog

One of the finest films Ghostbusters to feature Paul Rudd, the terror Dog and a wrecked Walmart in an afterlife clip. In the previous Ghostbusters the monster leaves for shopping, whereas in the new instalment of the movie Ghostbusters there is a bigger plot involved, the further details regarding it are kept under the wraps.

In the movie Ghostbusters: Afterlife recent teaser, Gozer the Gozerian’s faithful terror dog can be seen all ready to make a fierce comeback. Not only that, but it’s also oppressing the movie’s product placement.

Recently, Playstation made a post on Twitter about the movie in which we can witness a lone terror dog in a Walmart aisle, as it tries to get some large bags of pet food for itself, but all his actions go in vain when a Roomba driven by a mini-stay puft marshmallow men crashes into his leg, giving a new outcome to the whole situation.

Following this is a sequence of events involving chase where Grooberson takes his chance to get back to his car while the terror dog aims to destroy clothing displays and the Walmart’s sliding doors in order to get back at him. The clip makes you laugh at the end with a funny scene of the dog making the car stop in a very unusual manner.

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Checkout Playstation’s Tweet also starring Paul Rudd

Ghostbusters Afterlife Starring Paul Rudd

Looking at the wider picture it’s still not clear whether Gozer will return in the new movie of the Ghostbusters franchise Ghostbusters: Afterlife which will also be starring Paul Rudd. We get to see a lot of new characters in the film’s latest IMAX poster displaying a larger-than-life threat.

The main emphasis of the movie Ghostbusters: Afterlife is on late Ghostbuster Egon Spengler’s daughter Callie, who takes her children to a town of Summerville called Oklahoma, where they explore ‘the secret legacy left behind by their grandfather’ along with some old and new Ghostbusters gear.

The new volume of the movie is all set to hit the theatres on November 19.

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