Besides Slimer, the marshmallow man is arguably the most popular and iconic ghost in the "Ghostbusters" series. And it should not be missing in the new part "Ghostbusters: Afterlife", as a surprised Paul Rudd learns in a preview.
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man aka Mr. Stay-Puft aka the Marshmallow Man already played an important role in the original "Ghostbusters" from 1984. We get to know him as an advertising character for marshmallows - and in the end, Gozer transforms into a giant version of the white advertising man who trudges through New York.
The character, once invented by Dan Aykroyd, is an integral part of the "Ghostbusters" universe and almost always appears when the brand is used in any way - so it is not surprising that the marshmallow man is also involved in "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" or rather the marshmallow men ...
AN EVIL MARSHMALLOW MEN GANG
Because it seems as if in the new part of the successful series the sweet sugar particles, for which the character advertises, come to life themselves. And many little marshmallow men who are apparently snappy, like to grill themselves, and are sure to cause a lot of chaos, quickly get up to speed.
According to current planning, we will find out exactly what they are doing at the theatrical release of “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” on November 11, 2021.
When the clever Phoebe stumbles over her grandfather's strange, old utensils, it is clear to her teacher: Grandpa was part of the legendary Ghostbusters. And its equipment is quickly useful because an uncanny danger is brewing, which Phoebe has to face with her brother, among other things. And a couple of old Ghostbusters should stop by too.