Thirty-five years after the premiere of the American film “The Ghostbusters,” they announce that they will return. Entertainment Weekly broke the news and said the director will be Jason Reitman, the son of the original Ghostbuster filmmaker of 1984, who said he was the number one fan of the film and remembered his visits to the set with his father during filming.

Ghostbusters was released in 1984. The film, a sci-fi comedy directed by Ivan Reitman, was recorded as the highest grossing of that decade. Its soundtrack was composed by Elmer Bernstein and the song Ghostbusters, by Ray Parker Jr., won the Bafta award for the best original song in 1985.

The first Cadillac 59 bought for the film was black, but, since it would be filmed at night, it had to be painted white. And producer Joe Medjuck added the logo and the red lines. Nobody imagined that later, after “shooting with art” in several films, he would become famous by hunting ghosts.