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The Pokemon Legend You Likely Didn’t Know Starred In Ghostbusters: Afterlife

There are several great reasons to love Ghostbusters and one of the best parts of the franchise has to be the personas that make up the cast. While the original Ghostbusters was pretty impressive the lineup for Ghostbusters Afterlife is a star studded affair with several talented players known for lending their talents to some very popular titles.Mckenna Grace as Phoebe brought her A Game in the direct sequel to Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II. Paul Rudd from the Ant Man franchise brought in his signature comedic style for Gary Grooberson.

Finn Wolfhard from Stranger Things continued to prove his excellence at taking on evil otherworldly creatures as Trevor. And lets not forget that Bill Murray Ernie Hudson and Dan Aykroyd also made appearances as the original team back in action for one more job before passing the baton. Sheri Linden from The Hollywood Reporter praised the cast for their engaging performances saying They also play more fully fleshed people than the first film offered the directors interest in character driven stories.From Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis to Melissa McCarthy and Chris Hemsworth the Ghostbusters franchise has always seemed to attract next level talent over the years. But some fans may not realize that a legend from the Pokemon franchise starred in Ghostbusters Afterlife.

The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Ghostbusters was as tall as Godzilla. The character would make a comeback Ghostbusters: Afterlife but this time there were many miniature versions of the delicious demonic creature. They were voiced by Sarah Natochenny known for voicing the English dub for Ash Ketchum from the Pokemon series. The talented voice actress has been lending her vocal talents to the Pokemon Master in training since Season 9 as well as over a dozen Pokemon movies including Pokémon Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution and Pokémon the Movie Secrets of the Jungle.

In an interview with The Containment Unit the Ghostbusters fan revealed she got the role after the films director Jason Reitman saw videos the actress did for Vanity Fair including one where she improvised different characters on the spot. Natochenney did the recording for Ghostbusters Afterlife in her home studio and talked briefly about the direction she was given to bring the little monsters to life saying He wanted them to be like little toddlers and really mischievous and you know funny but also a little scary and diabolical so we just kind of improvised on that.

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