More Ghosts in a New Japanese Trailer for Paul Feig's 'Ghostbusters'

June 7, 2016
Source: YouTube

Ghostbusters International Trailer

"Who's in the mood to save New York City?" Sony Pictures Japan has release a new international trailer for Paul Feig's Ghostbusters, which hits theaters in late July. We've already seen at least two trailers for this remake reboot so far, and fans have been arguing about them ever since. This latest trailer has a few more ghosts in it and some extra footage to check out. Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones star, along with Chris Hemsworth as their secretary. Slimer makes an appearance in this, as does the big redux marshmallow man (in the teaser image above). I like the editing in this trailer, it makes this seem like this might be more entertaining than the other trailers have shown. Fire this up below.

Here's the new Japanese trailer for Paul Feig's Ghostbusters movie, found on Sony's YouTube:

For more info on the new Ghostbusters, follow director Paul Feig on Twitter @paulfeig. Any better?

30 years after Ghostbusters took the world by storm, the beloved franchise makes its long-awaited return. Director Paul Feig brings his fresh take to the supernatural comedy, joined by some of the funniest actors working today. The upcoming Ghostbusters movie will star Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones as the new 'busters. The main villain is supposedly a "creepy mechanical genius". Michael Kenneth Williams and Andy Garcia also star. Sony Pictures will release this brand new Ghostbusters movie, directed by Paul Feig (of Unaccompanied Minors, Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy) from a screenplay by Katie Dippold and Paul Feig, in theaters everywhere starting July 22nd this summer.

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The best part of the trailer was the overly Japanese pronunciation of Ghostbusters.

rickvanr on Jun 7, 2016



Devin Rodriguez on Jun 7, 2016


I just had to watch it after you put that up!!

Steven on Jun 7, 2016


This looks awful, does that make me a misogynist? No just some with good taste. This was a bad idea from the start and most of the fans said this as well, now soon you all will get to watch the train wreck.

TXSteadyEddie on Jun 7, 2016


Yeah, it makes you a misogynist. But, don't worry, it's felt all the way through many other posts around here. First installments were bad, but this is obviously worse since they are women in it. Every other reason to make people say otherwise is, unfortunately, a lie ...

shiboleth on Jun 7, 2016


Ewwww... japanese!

capitandelespacio on Jun 7, 2016



DAVIDPD on Jun 7, 2016


What a nonsense. The whole idea ...

shiboleth on Jun 7, 2016


In my opinion this culture is sort of gone crazy!! The "Internet" is so furiously angry with Paul and this truly HARMLESS re-make of an AMAZING comedy. That WILL in NO way affect the original film or hurt or injure it's many fans. Meanwhile a film called - "Me Before You" about a disabled man who chooses to kill himself rather than be a bordon to the woman he loves skates along without any protest internet rantings and ravings. In film school they taught us the power of cinema, and how dangerous sending the wrong messages can be - In my opinion this film's message (intended or not ) is that Handicapped and disabled people are useless in our society and they should do the right thing and kill themselves. GhostBusters on the other hand portrays women as funny, flawed, inventive and introverted, geniuses who through friendship and teamwork help the people of their city overcome supernatural evil. You don't have to see either film but maybe temper the hatred and pay closer attention to the messages Cinema is putting out. I believe Paul Feig's harmless film will have been forgotten by Christmas or the day after it opens. BTW did you know last year one of my all time favorite films the MASTERPIECE Poltergeist was remade? Ha ha ha ha nope neither did anyone else!

Ryan Macri on Jun 7, 2016


Sorry but I don't share with you your optimism. I am against reboots that bring nothing new to the table. And this is a dull and clumsy reboot. Do I hate it ? No. But I will not pay stupid execs that are flooding us with unoriginal and lazy sequels reboots remakes.

tarek on Jun 7, 2016


Dude, as a creative person and as someone looking to enter the film industry, I Share, support and echo your feelings about unoriginal content. The truth is that films Like GhostBusters, Star Wars, Back to the Future, or any other truly original magnificent works of cinema can easily get made today. Studios think they have found the magic formula to create Money out of first draft screenplays. Re-boot, re-make, re-interpret existing properties. I do agree with you for sure and it makes me happy to know people are out there looking for something NEW and FRESH! Now I am not saying I have that or know what that is but I think we'll all know it when we see it.... If we get to see it. But yes perhaps this Anti-Re-boot movement will send a message and help young film makers have the chance that Steven, Martin, George, And Robert had in the 70's and 80's when studios didn't know what people wanted so they took chances! Thank you for your comment Bro! 🙂

Ryan Macri on Jun 7, 2016


Hear hear. I wish you all the best. We are in a real need of a true revival in the cinema industry. Save few unexpected little gems, now the landscape is really morose and depressing, between brainless billion $ blockbusters and soulless reboots/remakes/sequels/prequels, it became almost impossible to leave the cinema with a blissful smile that stays with you for a while.

tarek on Jun 7, 2016


Thank you Tarek, that means a lot to me 🙂

Ryan Macri on Jun 8, 2016


As William Shakesman once said: Brevity is the soul of wit. That means: STOP WASTING MY TIME.

capitandelespacio on Jun 8, 2016


Yikes! If Shakespeare thinks you've written too much! ha ha ha.

Ryan Macri on Jun 8, 2016


I would love nothing more than to like this film, as I adore the first 2... But my god is this bad, really really bad.

Th3 Ugly on Jun 7, 2016


PMT Avengers!!

LV 426 on Jun 8, 2016


This looks worse and worse with every trailer.

chuckpenz on Jun 8, 2016


oke shoot me, but i think this is not so bad. Indeed the timing in jokes is not oke, but Paul feig i believe in. Liked heat very much and melissa McCarthy has a great talent of comedy.. Yup, ready to receive the insults in one two three

ari smulders on Jun 8, 2016

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