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Coming Soon: Everything to Watch on Netflix, HBO Max and Disney+ and in Theaters in November 2021
Time flies, and 2021 is almost over. The good news is that fall movie season is very much underway with lots of big upcoming titles — Eternals is finally here; so are Ghostbusters: Afterlife and the Dwayne Johnson spy movie Red Notice . Some of November’s film releases may have more than a few chances of getting trophy nominations. I’m talking about Belfast , Spencer and King Richard , but if you want to know more about the Oscars don’t miss our story on early predictions and frontrunner contenders .
November is also a great month for watching TV, especially during the long Thanksgiving holiday. John Cho stars in Cowboy Bebop , Hailee Steinfeld doubles in the last season of Dickinson and the new show Hawkeye , and Michael C. Hall returns to his serial killer roots in Dexter: New Blood.
As usual, here’s our selection of new TV shows, returning series, films on streaming and titles you’ll only be able to watch in cinemas. And if you need even more watching suggestions, you can catch up on previously released titles with our recommendation lists for October and September .
Some of November’s Most Anticipated New Shows
The Shrink Next Door (November 12), Apple TV+: Call this your new excuse to watch Kathryn Hahn in action after WandaVision . This eight-episode limited series is inspired by true events and stars Will Ferrell as Marty Markowitz and Hahn as his sister, Phyllis. The series follows Marty as he starts seeing the psychiatrist Ike Herschkopf (Paul Rudd) and details how the relationship evolves into manipulation and exploitation on the doctor’s part.
The Wheel of Time (November 19), Prime Video: Based on Robert Jordan’s fantasy series of books , this eight-episode first season stars Rosamund Pike ( Gone Girl ) as Moiraine, a member of the all-women organization Aes Sedai that can channel magic. Moiraine arrives in the small town of Two Rivers and ventures on a journey with five young women and men. According to prophecy, one of them could save humanity — or destroy it.
Cowboy Bebop (November 19), Netflix: It doesn’t get cooler — or sexier — than John Cho ( Star Trek ) garbed in a bespoke double-breasted indigo blue blazer, slim pants and white shirt with the collar up. In this live-action adaptation of the anime series of the same name , Cho plays a space bounty hunter named Spike who joins forces with Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir) and Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) to chase solar system criminals for money. The first season of Cowboy Bebop has 10 episodes.
Hawkeye (November 24), Disney+: Set in post-Blip New York City, this new Marvel Cinematic Universe show sees Jeremy Renner returning to his role of former Avenger Clint Barton, a.k.a. Hawkeye. In the six-episode series, Barton is prevented from returning to his family for Christmas due to a threat from his past. He’ll reluctantly join forces with the 22-year-old archer Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld).
The Beatles: Get Back (November 25, 26 and 27), Disney+: The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit director Peter Jackson isn’t famous for his ability to make short films. That’s probably why this started as a documentary feature and morphed into a six-hour docuseries. Get Back takes the audience to January 1969 as the Beatles were writing songs ahead of their first live concert in two years. Jackson drew upon 60 hours of unseen Beatles footage that was shot over 21 days, as well as more than 150 hours of unheard audio.
Must-See Returning TV on Streaming
Dickinson , Season 3 (November 5), Apple TV+: All good things must come to an end, and we’re going to miss seeing Hailee Steinfeld playing poet Emily Dickinson. The 10-episode third and final season of Dickinson — the show has made our list of the best TV in 2021 — will see Emily facing her most productive time as a writer as the country battles the Civil War and her own family is divided.
Dexter: New Blood (November 7), Showtime: Technically this isn’t Dexter season nine but a new and rebooted show. Dexter : New Blood sees Michael C. Hall returning as our favorite serial killer. The show is set 10 years after the events of Dexter’ s finale when he drove his boat into Hurricane Laura. He’s been living under a false name in the fictional small town of Iron Lake, New York, and rocking the lumberjack look. The 10-episode first season also stars Julia Jones ( The Mandalorian ) as Chief of Police Angela Bishop and Dexter’s girlfriend, Jack Alcott as Dexter ‘s teenage son Harrison, and Jennifer Carpenter returning as Dexter ‘s sister.
Tiger King , Season 2 (November 17), Netflix: When season one of this true-crime docuseries first streamed in March 2020 it became a viral sensation — helped in part by the fact that half the planet was sheltering at home due to the pandemic. Prepare to be entertained by the feline owners again. “Old enemies and frenemies, including Jeff Lowe, Tim Stark, Allen Glover, and James Garretson return for another season of murder, mayhem, and madness. Thought you knew the whole story? Just you wait,” reads Netflix’s synopsis of season two.
Movies on Streaming
The Harder They Fall (November 3), Netflix (in select theaters October 22): Jay-Z produces and Jeymes Samuel co-writes and directs this stylized western starring Regina King, Idris Elba, LaKeith Stanfield, Jonathan Majors, Delroy Lindo and Zazi Beetz. Majors plays Nat Love, an outlaw who makes justice his last name but is set on revenge against Rufus Buck (Elba). When Buck is released from prison by his gang of professional killers, Love only has one objective in mind: killing his longtime enemy.
Finch (November 5), Apple TV+: Call this Cast Away set on a post-apocalyptic Earth. Plus Wilson is now a dog. Tom Hanks plays Finch, a robotics engineer who survives a cataclysmic solar event that leaves Earth uninhabitable. He lives in an underground bunker and creates the robot Jeff (Caleb Landry Jones) to take care of his dog, Goodyear. The three of them embark on a road trip into the American West looking for safety.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain (November 5), Prime Video: This story based on real events has the potential to delight many cat people. Benedict Cumberbatch plays Louis Wain, an extravagant artist who popularized the notion of cats as pets with his illustrations of anthropomorphized felines in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The movie is also a beautiful love story between Wain and his wife, Emily Richardson (Claire Foy), who adopted and named him Peter.
Passing (November 10), Netflix (in select theaters October 27): Actress Rebecca Hall directs and writes this adaptation of Nella Larsen’s novel of the same name . Set in 1929 New York, Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga play two childhood friends who find each other again later in life. They’re two Black women who can pass as white, but one of them has chosen to live as her true self and the other as white. Both actresses could receive Oscar nominations for their roles here.
Red Notice (November 12), Netflix: Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds star in this globe-trotting action-comedy. Johnson plays the FBI’s top profiler John Hartley, someone charged with capturing the world’s most wanted art thief, “The Bishop” (Gal Gadot). He partners with the world’s greatest art thief Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds), and the three of them end up on a cat-and-mouse chase around the world.
King Richard (November 19), HBO Max and theaters: Will Smith vies for yet another Oscar nomination with this story directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green where Smith plays Richard Williams, Venus and Serena Williams’ dad. The movie depicts teenage Venus and Serena as they train on abandoned tennis courts in Compton, California, guided by the vision and a 78-page plan their father follows. He’s determined to have his daughters make history.
tick, tick… BOOM! (November 19), Netflix (in select theaters November 12): Prolific playwright and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda makes his feature directorial debut with this adaptation of the autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, the creator of Rent . The film is set in New York in 1990 when Jon (Andrew Garfield) is juggling his work as a waiter in a diner with that of a theater composer hoping to write the next great American musical.
Bruised (November 24), Netflix: You may get Million Dollar Baby vibes from this film starring and helmed by Halle Berry, making her directorial debut. In Bruised Berry plays Jackie Justice, a mixed martial arts fighter forced to leave the sport. Misguided by her manager and boyfriend (Adan Canto), she ends up in the underground fight circuit and is promised a new way into the fight league by a promoter who sees her talent. Jackie will also have to confront her past when her biological son (Danny Boyd, Jr.) shows up in her life.
And a Few Movies You’ll Only Be Able to Watch in Theaters
Eternals (November 5): Marvel’s latest big cinematic spectacle is directed by the Oscar-winning Chloé Zhao and stars Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry and the Game of Thrones alums Kit Harington and Richard Madden. You can read our full review of this story about a group of immortal superheroes who’ve been calling Earth home for thousands of years and protecting humans from the villainous Deviants.
Spencer (November 5): If you enjoyed season four of The Crown or if you were a fan of Pablo Larraín’s Jackie , with Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy, you’ll want to check out Spencer . Kristen Stewart stars as Princess Diana and has pretty much secured an Oscar nomination. As he did with Jackie , Larraín doesn’t make conventional biopics but focuses on very particular moments in his characters’ lives. Spencer follows a Christmas celebration at the Queen’s estate in Sandringham where the full royal family gathers and when Diana and Charles’ (Jack Farthing) marriage has already imploded.
Belfast (November 12): This could be one of the big titles in terms of Oscars nominations this year. Written and directed by Kenneth Branagh, Belfast is set in Branagh’s hometown and based on his own experiences growing up in Northern Ireland during the late 1960s. The black and white film stars Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds, Caitríona Balfe and the 10-year-old Jude Hill.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife (November 19): Paul Rudd and Finn Wolfhard from Stranger Things star in this new chapter from the original Ghostbusters universe. The movie is co-written and directed by Jason Reitman ( Up in the Air ), who happens to be the son of the director of the first and second Ghostbusters flicks, Ivan Reitman. Ivan Reitman also produces.
House of Gucci (November 24): After The Last Duel — which we liked a lot —, here comes Ridley Scott’s second big movie this year. Inspired by the true story of the family behind the Italian fashion house of Gucci, the film stars Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, Salma Hayek, Al Pacino and Lady Gaga speaking in delightful Italian-accented English. The story follows the murder of Maurizio Gucci (Driver), head of Gucci. Gaga plays his wife, Patrizia Reggiani.
Licorice Pizza (November 26): Paul Thomas Anderson does a coming-of-age story in this movie set in the San Fernando Valley, California, in 1973. The film stars Alana Kane (Alana Haim) and Gary Valentine (Cooper Hoffman) as they fall in love. The film also features Bradley Cooper and Anderson’s real-life partner, Maya Rudolph.
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The pandemic and its logistical hurdles are still shadowing the results of Hollywood’s theatrical releases, but a recent box office win suggests the industry is entering a new phase.
This weekend, Sony’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife , with an estimated budget of $75 million, pulled in a respectable $44 million at the box office, despite the fact that the film was only available in movie theaters. In contrast, Warner Bros.’ King Richard , starring Will Smith and simultaneously released in theaters and on HBO Max, only earned back $5.7 million of its $50 million budget.
The two weekend releases cater to somewhat different audiences but hint at the still tricky prospect of Hollywood’s hybrid movie release strategy, in which studios release a film in movie theaters and on streaming services on the same day.
Earlier this month, Disney veered farther away from its early pandemic hybrid strategy by releasing Marvel’s Eternals exclusively in theaters instead of simultaneously on Disney+ as it did with Black Widow this summer. That decision yielded a successful $71 million weekend box office for the little-known Marvel characters, compared to the much higher profile Marvel film Black Widow , which pulled in just a bit more for its opening at $80 million.
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At the time, the studio’s early test of the hybrid release strategy didn’t seem to damage Black Widow ’s revenue, but concerns around streaming cutting into profits led to a lawsuit and eventual settlement between the studio and the film’s star, Scarlett Johansson. The ongoing potential diminished revenue concerns around hybrid releases, as well as increased covid-19 reopenings, saw the studio modify its approach by releasing Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in theaters first in the fall, and then on Disney+ a couple of months later. The result was a strong $71.4 million opening weekend at the box office.
“Debuting movies simultaneously in theaters and at home is devastating to our collective businesses,” Josh Greenstein, the president of Sony Motion Picture Group, said during CinemaCon, an annual gathering of theater owners in August. “Our movies will be seen exclusive first in our movie theaters… Movie theaters and the theatrical movie experience will triumph.”
The path back to traditional theatrical film releases is beginning to emerge
As covid-19 concerns wane in some of the biggest cities in the US, Greenstein’s prediction appears to be coming true. King Richard was released in roughly 3,300 theaters, while Ghostbusters: Afterlife debuted in about 4,300 theaters. And while the former played in fewer theaters, Smith’s biopic about Richard Williams, the father of tennis stars Venus and Serena, had an additional 70 million (pdf) potential viewers through HBO Max. However, it’s not possible to know what real impact the HBO Max option had on the release since the streaming service doesn’t release its viewership numbers.
Although it’s difficult to compare a tentpole franchise sequel like Ghostbusters to a dramatic, Oscar-nomination-bait release like King Richard , the success of Sony’s theaters-only release nevertheless stands out. And the studio plans to continue its “exclusively in theaters” strategy next month Spider-Man: No Way Home is released.
Hollywood is cautiously testing reopening strategies, but keeping streaming close as an option
Other theater-exclusive releases coming up this year include MGM’s House of Gucci , as well as Disney’s West Side Story and The King’s Man in December. Disney’s announcement of a return to theater exclusives came in September following a rocky period of experimentation during the pandemic. Similarly, Warner Bros. plans to return to theater-only releases starting in 2022, with its HBO Max service getting its films 45 days after theatrical release.
“The U.S. government’s approval of vaccines for five- to 11-year olds and the reopening of borders to fully vaccinated international travelers are both important steps toward the recovery of our business,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek said during a conference call with analysts and investors earlier this month.
“We’re sticking with our plan of flexibility because we’re still unsure in terms of how the marketplace is going to react when family films come back with a theatrical-first window.”
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Ghostbusters (Chapter 20): Keymaster
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Keymaster is the twentieth chapter on the DVDs of Ghostbusters. In this chapter Egon and Janine meet Vinz Clortho.
- 2 Equipment
- 4 Locations
- 7.1 Ghostbusters (1984) Trivia
- 7.2 Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trivia
- 7.3 Ghostbusters: The Video Game Trivia
- 7.4 Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular Trivia
- 7.5 IDW Comics Trivia
- 7.6 Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed Trivia
- 7.7 Miscellaneous Tertiary Canon Trivia
- 10 References
- 11.1 Selected Screen Grabs
- 11.2 Secondary Canon Images
- 11.3 Tertiary Canon Images
- Louis Tully (possessed by Vinz Clortho )
- Police Sergeant
- Janine Melnitz
- Egon Spengler
- Dana Barrett (possessed by Zuul )
- Peter Venkman
- Winston Zeddemore
Equipment [ ]
- P.K.E. Meter
- Aura Video-Analyzer
- CWU-27p Flight Suit (Uniform)
- Wise Foods Products
Locations [ ]
- Central Park
- Columbus Circle
- 550 Central Park West
Louis Tully emerged from the southern part of Central Park at the Merchant's Gate and entered Columbus Circle. Louis stated he was the Keymaster. A woman shrieked "Ah!" A man held her as Louis scampered by. A young couple left some money for the street performers at the U.S.S. Maine National Monument. One man danced as the others played their instruments. Louis stated "The Destructor" was coming then also called it "The Traveler" and "The Destroyer." He paused near the performers and looked around. A horse was heard nearby. Louis perked up and mistook the horse for The Gatekeeper. Louis approached a white horse attached to a coach and started talking to it. He introduced himself as Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer, Volguus Zildrohar, Lord of the Sebouillia . He asked the horse if it was the Gatekeeper. The Coachman got Louis's attention and remarked the horse pulled the wagon but he made the deals. He asked Louis if he wanted a ride. Louis's eyes flared red. He was clearly possessed by Vinz Clortho. The coachman was surprised. The horse turned and looked at Louis. His eyes returned to normal. Louis leaned in closer to the horse and told it to wait for the sign then all prisoners will be released. Louis ran off, plowing right through a woman's bags as she looked in a trash can. She yelled at him. Louis yelled humanity will perish in flame. He yelled for the Gatekeeper. The coachman remarked what an asshole he was.
A police sergeant knocked on the front door of the Firehouse. Janine Melnitz answered the door. She asked him if he was dropping off or picking up. The sergeant answered he was dropping off. She told him to wait just a moment. Janine closed the inner door. A paddy wagon was parked outside the Firehouse. A short time later, Egon Spengler came outside with Janine. The sergeant asked Egon if he was a Ghostbuster. Egon confirmed he was. The sergeant explained they picked up a perp but they had no idea what to do with him because Bellevue Hospital refused him and he was concerned about placing him in the lock-up. He knew about the Ghostbusters and figured they should confer with them. Egon agreed to weigh in. They walked over to the rear of the paddy wagon. Louis was in the van in a straight jacket. Louis wearily asked Egon if he was the Gatekeeper. Egon scanned Louis with the P.K.E. Meter and watched as the readings quickly surged. Egon turned it off and turned to the sergeant and suggested they better bring him into the Firehouse. The sergeant nodded. Janine wrapped around one of his arms as they walked back to the Firehouse. The officer inside and the sergeant lifted Louis, as he stood in place, out of the van. Janine told Egon he was so kind to take care of that man and called him a real humanitarian. Egon remarked he do not think Louis was human. Janine turned her head to look at Louis as they entered the Firehouse.
Egon interviewed Louis on the second floor. Louis was hooked up to Aura-Video Analyzer. The helmet he wore was once a normal colander. The screen displayed the image of a Terror Dog . Egon stared at the screen and turned it off. He asked Louis what he said his name was. Louis replied he was Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer. Janine looked at Louis's wallet and told Egon his name was Louis Tully and he lived on Central Park West. Janine held the wallet out to Egon. He took it and looked at it. Louis mimicked Egon and also extended his arm to take it. Janine offered Louis some coffee. Louis asked Egon if he did. Egon told him, "Yes, have some." Louis repeated what Egon said. Janine made a face and walked over to the kitchen area. Egon placed the wallet in a coat pocket and sat down. There was a lot of drinks and food on the dining table. A Wise Chips bag, a Perrier bottle, and a TaB can. Egon recalled Vinz talked about waiting for a sign and asked him what the sign was. Louis answered it was the coming of Gozer in one of the pre-chosen forms. He reminisced about some of Gozer's past conquests. There was the Rectification of the Vuldronaii , when the Traveler came as a large and moving Torb . Egon looked towards Janine. He also recalled during the Third Reconciliation of the Last of the Meketrex Supplicants, they chose a new form for him, that of a giant Sloar . Janine looked back at Egon. Vinz chuckled at the thought of how many Shubs and Zulls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of a Sloar that day. On the counter were boxes of Sunshine Hi-Ho crackers, Uncle Ben's, and Lays Potato Chips, Honey Oat cereal,and Multi Grain cereal at the end. More articles about the Ghostbusters were posted all around. Janine called Egon and gestured him to come over. The Cheez Its box was on the table near Egon. Egon excused himself and walked over to Janine. She told him there was something very strange about Louis. Louis sniffed a clear jar of popcorn as he rotated it. Janine admitted she was usually very psychic, and she had a terrible feeling that something awful was going to happen to Egon. Louis wiped his left cheek with a pizza slice. Janine revealed she believed he was going to die. She went into Egon's arms. He looked up and placed his right arm around her.
The phone rang. Louis jumped and looked around. Egon quickly picked up the phone. Louis picked up the base of the phone. Egon took it from him. The call was from Peter. Egon thanked Louis for his help. Peter announced he had some news from the world of Gozer. Dana was asleep on her bed but panting hard. Egon asked Peter what it was. Drawers were opened and clothes were all over the place. Peter informed Egon he was with Dana and Gozer made some moves on his would-be girlfriend. Egon asked how she was doing. Peter quipped he thought they could get her a guest shot on Wild Kingdom then revealed he just whacked her up with about 300 cc's of Thorazine. Peter was sitting on the floor of Dana's bedroom. His coat jacket was off and his sleeves were rolled up to his elbows. Peter noted she was saying she was the Gatekeeper and asked Egon if that made any sense to him. Egon revealed he just met the Keymaster. Louis lifted up the coffee pot. To the left was a small Folgers Coffee jar. Louis took a drink. Peter thought that was wonderful and they should get them together. Louis with his mouth full, made an odd but cheery face at them. Janine was now sitting next to Egon. Egon thought that would be extraordinarily dangerous. Peter relented and advised Egon to hold onto the Keymaster and he would head back to the Firehouse. Egon liked the idea and placed the phone back on the receiver. Louis walked over and gave Egon a frying pan. Egon thanked him then turned to Janine and stressed they needed to find Ray and get him back immediately. Louis picked up a lamp and gave it to Egon. Peter held Dana's left wrist and checked her pulse. Peter spoke to Dana like she was listening and declared he had to go to work. He asked her to stay in bed until he came back then kissed her left shoulder.
Ecto-1 drove through the FDR Drive Service Road East/Marginal Road, between Avenue C Loop/E. 18th Street & East 20th Street. Winston was driving. Ray was studying blueprints in the front passenger seat. Both were smoking. Winston asked Ray if he believed in God. Ray replied he never met Him. Winston revealed he believed and he loved Jesus' style. Ray noted a roof cap was made of a magnesium-tungsten alloy. Winston asked him what was so involved in. Ray reached for the Michelob can on the dash. Ray clarified he was looking at the blueprints for the structural ironwork in Dana Barrett's apartment building, and they were very, very strange. As Ray took a drink, Winston asked him if he remembered something in the Bible about the last days, when the dead would rise from the grave. Ray recalled Revelation 7:12 and recited a verse, "And I looked, as he opened the sixth seal. And behold, there was a great earthquake. And the sun became as black as sackcloth. And the moon became as blood." Winston finished with, "And the seas boiled. And the skies fell." Both called it Judgment Day. Ray noted every ancient religion had its own myth about the end of the world. Ray placed his cigarette back in his mouth. Winston bristled at "myth" and asked him if it ever occurred to him that maybe the reason they were so busy lately was because the dead have been rising from the grave. Ray paused and looked at him. He suggested a little music and turned on the radio. Winston agreed. Ecto-1 drove across the Manhattan Bridge. A tune played. Sunrise was coming.
See Also [ ]
- Deleted Scene: Louis Encounters Woman
- Deleted Scene: Pulling Up To Fort Detmerring
- Deleted Scene: The Fort Detmerring Ghost
Ghostbusters (1984) Trivia [ ]
- In the June 6, 1983 and July 6, 1983 drafts, Zuul feels sorry for a horse in a bridle and harness and kissed it. 
- The street performer use steel drums to play calypso, a style of Afro-Caribbean music that originated in Trinidad and Tobago during the early to mid-19th century.
- The scene in Central Park where possessed Louis talks to the horse is near 6th Avenue and was really done in the middle of the night on location at Columbus Circle in New York. 
- On pages 79-81, the Columbus Circle scene has a few differences from the movie like Louis/Vinz asking the Coachman if he's the Gatekeeper and the Coachman sarcastically answering he is the Governor of New Jersey.
- On pages 81-82, Louis asks a store front mannequin on Seventh Avenue if it's the Gatekeeper then a hooker tries to play along to get a gig only to get pounced. Mounted police move in to pull Louis off her.
- Louis/Vinz and Peter mention Gozer.
- Louis/Vinz mentions the Sebouillia. In the August 5, 1983 draft, it was explained the Sebouillia are a lost pre-Sumerian society that worshiped Gozer but they disappeared without a trace. The ancient Sumerians kept a fragment from their religious text, the Glethestement, which was written in Sanskrit. A rough translation reveals the Sebouillias suffered from decadence and Gozer destroyed them for their sins. It was similar to the plight of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Bible.       The same draft also mentions the Temple of Gozer was an exact replica of a Sebouillian temple. 
- Danny Stone was nervous when he filmed his scene as the Coachman and barely got his lines out during the initial filming. 
- At around the 1 hour, 7 minute mark of the Preview Cut, included first in the 2022 Ghostbusters Ultimate Edition , the deleted scene "Louis Encounters Woman" appears followed by the police showing up at the Firehouse with possessed Louis in a paddy wagon.
- The exterior Firehouse scene was done at Hook & Ladder #8 in New York.
- There is no 27th precinct in real life, but it is famously associated with the "Law & Order" franchise .
- The Police Sergeant mentions Bellevue Hospital .
- In the July 6, 1983 draft, on pages 85-86, the police drop off Louis/Vinz to Egon. Only Egon interrogates him and runs polygraph and blood tests. Egon offers to share a dehydrated food based meal with Vinz and says, "Yes, I would."
- On page 84, Peter calls Egon about the possessed Dana but he doesn't know what to do. Possessed Louis is not at the Firehouse yet.
- On page 87, Janine notices Egon doing research and asks him if he likes to read because she does so people think she's too intellectual and she also likes racquetball. Egon tells her he collects spores, molds, and fungus then offers to show her his collection. She is interested.
- On page 88, the Police Sergeant admits it took him and seven officers to restrain the possessed Louis. 
- On page 88-89, Egon denies he is the Gatekeeper then asks him who he is. He introduces himself as Vinz Clortho. It is Vinz's mention of Gozer that convinces Egon to take custody of him. He is interviewed by Egon in the basement. The blood test and offer of a dehydrated food based meal from the July 6, 1983 draft is discarded.
- On page 90, possessed Dana is asleep but still floating three feet off the bed. Egon calls the apartment to tell Peter he has Vinz.
- On page 89, Egon agrees to take Louis/Vinz from the Police Sergeant just by the strange glow in his eyes.
- Janine and Egon interview him in the basement. Egon introduces himself as "Creature of Earth, Doctor of Physics, Graduate of M.I.T." followed by Janine's line, "According to this his name is Louis Tully." like in the movie.
- On page 90, Janine offers Louis/Vinz coffee, followed by the "Yes, have some" gag, and he tells them about Gozer's past forms, then Egon gets a call from Peter just like in the movie.
- On page 91, Peter concludes it isn't a good idea to get Dana and Louis together, Egon agrees. Whereas in the movie, Egon states it isn't a good idea and Peter agrees.
- On page 92, Janine tells Egon about her premonition of his death like in the movie then Egon's response of them being like two bacteria on a rotting peck of dust from the previous draft is kept in.
- On page 93, Egon awkwardly responds to Janine's hug and notes she has nice clavicles. Then Fort Detmerring continues to page 94.
- The interior Firehouse scene was done at Fire House #23 in Los Angeles.
- When Egon and Janine interview possessed Louis, they simply had Rick Moranis duck out and used a one of the rubber heads of a Terror Dog during the parts where the screen shows Vinz Clortho. 
- The Aura-Video Analyzer now has a colander component.
- In the August 5, 1983 draft, at the start of the montage on page 63, the Ghostbusters emerge from the New York Health and Racquet Club and Winston holds up a Trap. The headline is the same, "Spook Squashed at Racquet Club." 
- In the September 30, 1983 draft, at the start of the montage on page 61, the Ghostbusters emerge from the New York Health and Racquet Club and Peter holds up a Trap. The headline is the same, "Spook Squashed at Racquet Club." 
- In the September 30, 1983 draft, on page 61, the Ghostbusters emerge from a New Wave club named The Mud Club. Ray is holding a trap. As they stow their gear back into Ecto-1, they encounter three punks dressed in futuristic jumpsuits and Devo helmets and they stare at each other. The scene ends with the headline GHOSTBUSTERS PINCH PUNK POLTERGEIST.
- On the dining table is a Wise Chips bag, a Perrier bottle, and a TaB can.
- The Rectification of the Vuldronaii. The pre-chosen form Gozer arrived in was a large and moving Torb.
- The subtitles refer to the Zulls and Zuuls but to avoid confusion with Zuul, the Zull spelling from Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular was adopted here.
- On the counter were boxes of various food products like Sunshine Hi-Ho crackers, Uncle Ben's, Lays Potato Chips, Honey Oat cereal, and Multi Grain cereal.
- When Janine calls Egon over, a Cheez Its box can be seen on the coffee table. Egon ate from one in Chapter 09: The 1st Customer .
- At around the 1 hour, 10 minute mark of the Preview Cut, after Janine tells Egon she thinks he is going to die, he remarks she has nice clavicles then the phone rings. When Egon asks Peter why he is calling, Peter asks him if he remembers Dana Barrett, "The attractive cellist who came into our office a while back?" Egon recalls. Peter jokes she's ripe for the Bronx Zoo then the line about 300cc's of Thorazine follows.
- Dana's bedroom scene was part of the Stage 12 set at Burbank Studios in Los Angeles.
- Peter mentions "Wild Kingdom," an American documentary television program that featured wildlife and nature. It was originally produced from 1963 until 1988.
- Peter mentions using Thorazine on Dana/Zuul. Thorazine was used to treat psychotic disorders like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, nausea, vomiting, anxiety before surgery, and hiccups.
- When Louis/Vinz drinks, to the left is a small Folgers Coffee jar.
- In the July 6, 1983 draft, Ray and Winston investigate Fort Detmerring . On page 88, Winston and Ray leave the Fort and discuss what happened. Ray says he's in love.
- In the August 5, 1983 draft, on page 85, Ray is driving on the Hudson Parkway heading north with Winston. Ray admits he's Christian and likes Jesus' style. Winston agrees. Ray think the total massacre of the Phillistines would make a great movie then they arrive at Fort Detmerring.
- The case is filmed but ended up in the Deleted Scene: Pulling Up To Fort Detmerring and Deleted Scene: The Fort Detmerring Ghost . The tail end of the latter was reused for Ray's dream in Chapter 14.
- The shot of the FDR Drive Service Road was one of the few helicopter shots that was usable for the movie. 
- The sequence of Ray and Winston talking in Ecto-1 was filmed on Stage 18 at Burbank Studios on February 2, 1984, day 68 of photography. [Note 1]
- Winston mentions God, Jesus, his belief in them, and the Bible.
- Ray's beer is a Michelob.
- Ray looks at blueprints of 550 Central Park West. Back in Chapter 09: The 1st Customer, Ray suggested going to the hall of records and looking up the building.
- Ray was slightly off with his Revelation reference. It was really Revelation 6:12, not 7:12.
- After shooting moved to Los Angeles, the second unit continued doing a couple of shots in New York with Ecto-1 like at the Manhattan Bridge. 
- Ecto-1 died in the Chapter 20 "Keymaster" scene where Ray and Winston drove across the Manhattan Bridge. 
- The scene where Ray and Winston are in Ecto-1 talking about end of the world was used to audition actors for the role of Winston. 
- Takes of possessed Louis being interviewed.
- When Janine hugs Egon, he responds she has nice clavicles as seen in drafts.
- Possessed Louis stuffs pizza slices into the popcorn.
- In Chapter 22: Holding Cell , Ray brings out the 550 Central Park blueprints he was studying.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trivia [ ]
- The proper quote of Revelation 6:12 from the King James Version of The Bible, "And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood" is on the makeshift display in the path to the Farmhouse .
- It is revealed the Shandor Mining Company extracted selenium from the mines in Summerville , a callback to the first movie, Chapter 20: Keymaster, when Ray noted 550 Central Park West was built with selenium girders.
- It is revealed Ray got the Revelation 6:12 quote tattooed on his left wrist.
- Podcast puts on the Aura Video-Analyzer's colander helmet.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Trivia [ ]
- An imprisoned juvenile Sloar was captured by the Cult of Gozer and used to generate Black Slime and is the boss at the end of the Lost Island Rising Level in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) .
Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular Trivia [ ]
- On page 203, Vinz Clortho is said to be filled with the strength of the Vuldronaii. He opens his mouth and lets out a roar that snaps the blade off a knife of a mugger and tears out bricks from a nearby tunnel. 
IDW Comics Trivia [ ]
- On page 12 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #8 , a third can references Shubs , a race destroyed by Gozer .
- On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6 , one of the memories is when Janine had a premonition Egon was going to die but Peter calls the Firehouse just as the two embrace.
- On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #14 , behind the bus is the USS Maine Monument. The monument was previously seen in the first movie during the Chapter 20 "Keymaster" scene before the possessed Louis talks to the horse.
- On Page 2, Gozer takes on the form of a Torb .
- On Page 13, Gozer takes on the form of a Sloar .
- Ray takes the place of the Zuul-possessed Dana Barrett.
- On the Retailer Incentive Wraparound Cover's back cover of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2 is Egon in his gray lab coat outfit from when he spoke to the possessed Louis Tully in Ghostbusters, Chapter 20 "Keymaster".
- The Retailer Exclusive Cover of Ghostbusters: Funko Universe depicts Louis Tully wearing the Aura Video-Analyzer colander.
- On the Subscription Cover of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5 , near Janine has an "84" is on her jacket, a nod to the year of the first movie. The pose of her embrace with Egon is a nod to when Janine tells him her premonition of his death.
- On page 1 of Ghostbusters: Interdimensional Cross-Rip , the pack of cigarettes and devices are from Chapter 20.
- The scene of Winston driving in Chapter 20 appears on Cover A of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1 .
- It is revealed in this canon, the Thorazine Peter used was prescribed to Dana for hiccups. 
- On page 3 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #3, Rebecca Morales finds Peter at the USS Maine National Monument, which appeared in Chapter 20.
Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed Trivia [ ]
- In Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed , hanging on the shelves behind the counter in Ray's Occult is a framed copy of the famous Revelations quote from the first movie.
Miscellaneous Tertiary Canon Trivia [ ]
- Gozer epithets mentioned by Vinz Clortho.
- ↑ According to private correspondence with Eric Reich of Ghost Corps on July 18, 2020, the scene was filmed on Day 68, February 2, 1984, at Burbank Studios. "This was scene 116 shot at Burbank Studios on Day 68, Friday, February 2nd, 1984. They shot two INT ECTO-1 scenes at stage 18 that night. In the special instructions on the call sheet it called for "Grips: Poor man’s process"."
References [ ]
- ↑ Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters , p. 124 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685 . Paragraph reads: "The exchange between Louis and the horse harkens back to a deleted scene from the June and July drafts in which Venkman and the alien Zuul -- masquerading as human in Dana's body -- leave the restaurant and encounter several carriage horses. Noticing the bridles and harnesses, Zuul inquires if they are prisoners. Uncertain of her reaction, Venkman responds promptly: "No, no. They're volunteers. This is considered a good job for a horse." "They look so sad," Zuul laments, and then kisses one of the beasts with enough genuine emotion to elicit a worried look from the carriage driver. In the June draft, Venkman pulls her away and segues -- ever so smoothly -- into an invitation which leads to his surprise wakeup the next morning: "You know, I was just thinking. No trip to this dimension would be complete without a visit to the Times Square Motor Hotel."
- ↑ Joe Medjuck (2005). Ghostbusters - Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 59:15-59:17). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Joe Medjuck says: "This is uh 6th Avenue I think. This is the middle of the night near Central Park I remember. "
- ↑ Page 108-109 of August 5, 1983 "Ghostbusters" draft
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 107). Egon says: "This is from the Roylance Catalog of Secret Sects and Societies. The name Gozer refers to an ancient demonic spirit that was worshipped in a lost pre-Sumerian society known as the Sebouillias. The Sebouillias disappeared without a trace but the ancient Sumerians kept a fragment from their religious text called the Glethestement.""
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 108). Egon says: "It's in Sanskrit.""
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 108). Winston says: "This won't be word for word, but it's close. "...and the people grew fat in their...something...and there came upon the land a foul...something...something...cast into the fires...for the sins of their..." This word is either "city" or "shoes." I'm not sure.""
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 108). Egon says: "...yes, "sins of the city." Then it says something about doing things to virgins and wicked revelry and then "came the Traveller, Gozer the Gozerian, Volguus Zildrohar, and death was their lot.""
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 108). Ray says: "Kind of sounds like Sodom and Gomorrah... or Vegas.""
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 109). Egon says: "On the roof, he put an exact replica of a Sebouillian temple.""
- ↑ Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters - Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 59:44-59:53). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "This was a stand up comedian who was so nervous working on this movie. He could barely get his lines out and he um in the initial shooting."
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 88). Police Sergeant reads: "It took eight of us to restrain him."
- ↑ Joe Medjuck (2005). Ghostbusters - Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 1:01:24-1:01:44). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Joe Medjuck says: "We used that same um machinery we saw on Sigourney and as the camera moves across Rick ducked out and we put the head of one of those rubber dummies of the Terror Dog in so it would appear like that's what was inside of him. "
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 63). Line reads: "NEW YORK HEALTH AND RACQUET CLUB WIPE TO: THE GHOSTBUSTERS They come out of the club. Winston dangles a trap away from him. CUT TO: NEWSPAPER HEADLINES SPOOK SQUASHED AT RACQUET CLUB.""
- ↑ Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (Third Draft September 30, 1983) (Script p. 61). Line reads: "NEW YORK HEALTH AND RACQUET CLUB WIPE TO: THE GHOSTBUSTERS They come out of the club. Peter dangles a trap away from him. CUT TO: NEWSPAPER HEADLINES SPOOK SQUASHED AT RACQUET CLUB.""
- ↑ Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters - Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:03:16-01:03:19). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "I think our one and only helicopter shot that we were able to use."
- ↑ Beyond the Marquee Joe Medjuck Interview 9/15/14 Line reads: "We didn't have a double for that car. It was the only painted car and when we left town and flew back to LA to finish shooting, we had our second unit doing a couple of shots with the car in New York and it broke down."
- ↑ Joe Medjuck (2005). Ghostbusters - Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 1:03:21-1:03:23). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Joe Medjuck says: "This is when the car died at the end. "
- ↑ Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters , p. 129 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685 . Joe Medjuck: "This was one of the few scenes in the film that didn't have any big laughs in it, but we always liked it because it offered a possible explanation as to why the city was suddenly being plagued with ghosts. Also, it was a good scene for Winston -- in fact, this was the scene we used to audition actors for the role of Winston."
- ↑ Slash Film YouTube "Lost Ghostbusters Footage Revealed by Jason Reitman and Ivan Reitman at Ghostbusters Fan Fest" 6/9/19
- ↑ Mueller, Richard (August 1985). Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular , p. 203. Tor Books, New York NY USA, ISBN 0812585984 .
- ↑ Dana Barrett (2020). IDW Comics - " Ghostbusters Year One Issue #3 " (2020) (Comic p.2). Dana Barrett says: "I mentioned Thorazine last time? Well, I'd rather that not be in the book, but for the record, I had a prescription. No, it wasn't for a psychotic break. I never told my doctor about seeing monsters in my fridge. It was... it was for hiccups."
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[Egon is running tests on Louis, who has been possessed by Vinz Clortho and is now the Keymaster]
Dr. Egon Spengler : Vinz, you said before you were waiting for a sign. What sign are you waiting for?
Louis : Gozer the Traveler. He will come in one of the pre-chosen forms. During the rectification of the Vuldrini, the traveler came as a large and moving Torg! Then, during the third reconciliation of the last of the McKetrick supplicants, they chose a new form for him: that of a giant Slor! Many Shuvs and Zuuls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor that day, I can tell you!
Louis : [Louis, as the possessed Keymaster Vinz Clortho, runs out of Central Park, scaring a married couple] I am the Keymaster! The Destructor is coming. Gozer the Traveler, the Destroyer.
[Louis pants and sniffs, then notices a horse carriage; horse neighs]
Louis : Gatekeeper.
[Walk over towards the horse]
Louis : I am Vinz, Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer. Volguus Zildrohar, Lord of the Sebouillia. Are you the Gatekeeper?
Coachman : Hey, he pulls the wagon, I made the deals. You want a ride?
[the possessed Louis growls at the coachman with his red-glowing eyes]
Louis : [to the horse] Wait for the sign. Then our prisoners will be released.
[Runs amok, scaring bystanders; yelling]
Louis : You will perish in flame, you and all your kind! Gatekeeper!
Coachman : What an asshole.
Dr. Raymond Stantz : Are you okay?
Louis : Who are you guys?
Dr. Raymond Stantz : We're the Ghostbusters.
Louis : Who does your taxes?
Dr. Raymond Stantz : You know, Mr. Tully, you are a most fortunate individual.
Louis : I know!
Dr. Raymond Stantz : You have been a participant in the biggest interdimensional cross rip since the Tunguska blast of 1909!
Louis : Felt great.
Dr. Egon Spengler : We'd like to get a sample of your brain tissue.
Louis : Okay.
[Louis has been possessed by Vinz Clortho a.k.a. The Keymaster]
Janine Melnitz : Do you want some coffee, Mr. Tulley?
Louis : [to Egon] Do I?
Dr. Egon Spengler : Yes, have some.
Louis : [to Janine] Yes, have some.
Woman at Party : [coming up to Louis during party] Do you have any Excedrin or extra-strength Tylenol?
Louis : [opening cabinet] Gee, I think all I got is acetylsalicylic acid, generic. See, I can get six hundred tablets of that for the same price as three hundred of a name brand. That makes good financial sense, good advice...
[takes platter back into living room]
Louis : Hey, this is real smoked salmon from Nova Scotia, Canada, $24.95 a pound! It only cost me $14.12 after tax, though.
[walks up to a hapless guest, speaking confidentially]
Louis : I'm givin' this whole thing as a promotional expense, that's why I invited clients instead of friends. You havin' a good time, Mark?
[heads across the room, greeting other guests]
Louis : How you doing? Why don't you have some of the brie, it's at room temperature!
[to the Tall Woman]
Louis : You think it's too warm in here for the brie?
Tall Woman at Party : [standing] Louis, I'm going home.
Louis : Aw, don't leave yet. Well, listen, maybe if we start dancing other people will join in!
Tall Woman at Party : [pauses] Okay!
[Louis and the Tall Woman begin disco dancing. Suddenly the doorbell rings]
Louis : Oh, don't move, I just gotta get the door.
[opens door, greeting guests]
Louis : Ted! Annette! I'm glad you could come, how you doin', give me your coats. Everybody, this is Ted and Annette Fleming! Ted has a small carpet cleaning business in receivership; Annette's drawing a salary from a deferred bonus from two years ago! They got fifteen thousand left on the house at eight percent.
[throws the guests' coats in the closet, oblivious that they hit the demon Vinz Clortho hiding there]
Louis : So they're okay! So, does anybody wanna play Parcheesi?
[Vinz Clortho growls from inside the bedroom]
Louis : [grinning] Okay, who brought the dog?
[the Ghostbusters HQ blows up]
Louis : [possessed by Vinz Clortho a.k.a. The Keymaster] This is it! This is the sign!
Janine Melnitz : Yeah, it's a sign, all right. "Going out of business."
[Louis is being chased by the demon Vinz Clortho]
Louis : [frightened] I'm going bring this up with the Tenants' Association. You're not supposed to have pets in the building.
Louis : Boy, the superintendent's gonna be pissed!
Dana Barrett : [gets off the elevator and Louis comes out of his apartment]
Louis : Oh, Dana, it's you!
Dana Barrett : Oh hi. Yes Louis, it's me.
Louis : I thought it was the drugstore.
Dana Barrett : Oh, are you sick?
Louis : Oh! No, no, I'm fine, I feel great! Just ordered some more vitamins and stuff. I was just exercising. I taped a 20-minute workout and played it back at high speed on my machine so it only took ten minutes. I got a great workout.
Dana Barrett : Good...
Louis : You wanna come in for a mineral water or something?
Dana Barrett : Oh, I'd really like to, Louis, but I have to go rehearsal now. Excuse me.
Louis : No sweat, I'll take a rain check on that. I always have plenty of low sodium mineral water and other nutritious foods in the house. But you already know that.
Dana Barrett : [dryly] Yeah, I know that...
Louis : Listen, that reminds me, I'm having a big party for all my clients, my fourth anniversary as an accountant, you know, and even though you do your own tax return, which you shouldn't do, I'd like you to stop by, being that you're my neighbor and all.
Dana Barrett : [interrupting] Well thank you, Louis, I'll really try to stop by.
Louis : Listen, that reminds me, you shouldn't leave your TV on so loud when you go out. The creep down the hall phoned the manager.
Dana Barrett : That's strange, I didn't realize I'd left it on.
[unlocks her door]
Louis : [droning on] Well yeah, you know what I did? I climbed on the ledge and tried to disconnect the cable, but I couldn't get in, so you know what I did? I turned my TV up real loud too so everyone would think all our TVs had something wrong with them.
Dana Barrett : [abruptly closing her door] Bye, Louis.
Louis : [alone again] Okay, so I'll see you later, huh? I'll give you a call! I'm going to go have a shower.
[tries to go back into his apartment but he's locked himself out]
Louis : [possessed by Vinz Clortho] I am The Keymaster!
Dana Barrett : [possessed by Zuul] I am The Gatekeeper!
Louis : [cornered by the the demon Vinz Clortho] Nice doggy. Cute little pooch. Maybe I've got a Milk-Bone.
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