Ghost hunters are coming out of the shadows to bring their special brand of paranormal investigation to the big screen.
The film, Ghost Hunters, starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Garner, is a comedy about a group of paranormal hunters who track ghosts in a haunted house.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Pratt and Garner discussed the project’s themes of family, faith, and the importance of family.
“Ghost Hunters is a family film that tells the story of two parents,” said Pratt.
“They’re not going to just go into a haunted home to hunt a ghost.
They’re going to come home and help their son.”
Ghost Hunters’ story centers around two men who, while visiting a haunted town in Indiana, are approached by a woman who claims to have seen a ghost in the woods.
After they visit the woman’s home, they find that the ghost has left a trail of blood and footprints in the house.
The two men eventually decide to investigate further, and their investigation brings them into conflict with the ghost hunter’s former partner, the former sheriff of a small town.
The cast of Ghost Hunters includes Pratt, Garner, James Marsters, Jennifer Garner and Danny Pudi.
The film will be released on October 10.