Ghostbusters: Afterlife is introducing a new version of a classic franchise character – and it's not a gritty reboot of Slimer. The Stay Puft Man, the marshmallow mascot-turned-demonic-vessel who once terrorized New York in the original 1984 movie, has seemingly spawned younger, cutesier offspring – and a new scene from the movie reveals what sort of hijinks they'll be getting up to. Eternally youthful Paul Rudd, who plays Mr. Grooberson in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, is seen shopping for some ice cream when he suddenly stumbles across a rapidly inflating bag of marshmallows. Then, out pops Mini Stay Pufts, the Gremlins-style creatures. But they're only soft in appearance: one bites Rudd's Grooberson before a large group of Stay Puft Jrs knock into him after commandeering a Roomba. More shenanigans follow: the Stay Pufts roast themselves on an open fire in one cartoonishly dark moment, while another tucks themselves up into a bed made of smores. Tasty. Stay Puft isn't the only familiar face making a comeback. Bill Murray has confirmed he's returning to the franchise , saying at a Santa Barbara International Film Festival presentation that the upcoming Afterlife “really brings it back to life” and that “it really has the feel… Read full this story
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