Who ya gonna call?
General Mills decided to call Ghostbusters for an upcoming cereal collaboration.
The product, which hasn’t yet to get a release date, first appeared (mysteriously) on Walmart’s website. It’s possible that it may arrive on store shelves alongside the “Ghostbusters” sequel “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” which is set to be released in June 2021 after a COVID-19 delay.
While you can’t buy the cereal just yet, you can sneak a peek at the cereal box, which pulls inspiration from the 1980’s box. It features the “Ghostbusters” logo above a big bowl filled to the brim with reddish-orange cereal pieces. There also seems to be Slimer and ghost-shaped marshmallow pieces in green and white, respectively.
Will the box also glow-in-the-dark like the original? Will it feature Bazooka gum inside? Only time will tell!
Excitement has been building for the sequel, in which Bill Murray is set to reprise his role as Peter Venkman, a parapsychologist.
The actor's return comes 30 years after he appeared in the 1989 film “Ghostbusters 2.” Murray will be in good company as his ghostbusting friends, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson will also reprise their longtime roles as Ray Stantz and Winston Zeddemore, respectively.
The sequel stars Paul Rudd as a science teacher caught up in a ghostbusting mystery with his students.
After getting evicted from their home, broke and single mom Callie (“Gone Girl’s” Carrie Coon) and her two kids, Phoebe (“Fuller House’s” McKenna Grace) and Trevor (“Stranger Things'” Finn Wolfhard) move into their late grandfather’s creepy house and quickly learn of supernatural happenings in town.