The Mind-Blowing Way Ghostbuster's Stay Puft Scene Was Actually Filmed
The newly released " Ghostbusters: Afterlife " is as much a continuation of the " Ghostbusters " franchise as it is a love letter to the series as a whole – and with all the Easter eggs and callbacks that director Jason Reitman included in "Afterlife," it's worth taking a look back at the movie that started it all.
When "Ghostbusters" launched in 1984, it became a cultural phenomenon: Proton packs, the Ectomobile, and the iconic Ghostbuster uniform became essential parts of pop culture, and the film's bizarre sense of humor helped establish it as a defining film for an entire generation of moviegoers. There is perhaps no better example of the film's bizarre comedy than the iconic final battle between the Ghostbusters and a gigantic Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man that is terrorizing downtown New York.
The climactic showdown against the giant fluffy marshmallow monster is as intense and action-packed as it is laugh-out-loud silly, and has stuck with audiences for generations after it hit the big screen. It's one of the most memorable and influential scenes in movie history (let alone the "Ghostbuster" franchise itself). In the current age of CGI, it might shock many fans to learn just how difficult it was to film the ambitious battle sequence.
The power of practical special effects
When director Ivan Reitman read Dan Akyroyd's original script, he stated that the movie would be impossible to film due to the ludicrous special effects the story would require — and while it obviously didn't end up being impossible, it was certainly very difficult. In order to correctly represent the scale of the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, the set designers actually had to build a 1/18th scale model of downtown New York and fill it with handcrafted model cars built from toys (via CineFix) .
There were several different Marshmallow Man suits constructed for the project, and at least three unique puppeteered Marshmallow heads were sculpted to represent a complete range of emotion on the monster's face. The heads were so complicated that it took four puppeteers to control the monster's face as it lumbered around the set.
As if that weren't complex enough, for the scene where the Marshmallow Man is set on fire and begins scaling a building, the VFX department constructed a fire-retardant version of the suit and a head that could melt realistically in the fire. After the head "melted," the team dumped hundreds of gallons of shaving cream on the life-sized street, enough to a stuntman to the ground.
The emphasis on practical effects and the painstaking detail taken in crafting this scene is a big part of why the final battle continues to hold up remarkably well even to this day.
How The 'Ghostbusters' Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Was Made
By anna green | sep 6, 2016 | updated: jun 7, 2023, 2:35 pm edt.
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is one of the most iconic images from Ghostbusters (1984), but it turns out he almost didn’t make the cut. In the short video above, Cinefix tells the story of Mr. Stay Puft from his original conceptualization by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis to his laborious creation by a team of special effects masters.
Unlike the CGI-heavy movies of today, Mr. Stay Puft is all practical effects. Shooting the climax of Ghostbusters — in which the giant, sinister marshmallow galumphs down Manhattan’s Central Park West, climbs a skyscraper, and ultimately explodes—took four puppeteers, multiple marshmallow suits, and almost 100 pounds of shaving cream. Creating the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, according to the video, was both a struggle and a labor of love—one which paid off when audiences went wild for the creepy, gooey marshmallow monster.
Filmmaking presented a unique set of challenges prior to the computer age. Most practical effects in early films didn't make use of marshmallow suits or shaving cream, but they did require creative props, sets, and camera work. After watching the video above, you can see examples of how special effects artists made movie magic in the silent film era here .
A version of this story ran in 2016; it has been updated for 2023.
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Paul Rudd comes face-to-face with a new threat in the latest 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' teaser: an army of adorable 'Mini-Pufts'
- The "Ghostbusters" Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man is one of the most iconic parts of the original film.
- Turns out, he's coming back in the upcoming sequel, "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" — sort of.
- A new teaser debuts an army of mini Stay-Puft marshmallow men, who attack Paul Rudd's character.
Get your proton packs ready. An old "Ghostbusters" nemesis, the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, is back, but on a much less intimidating scale this time around.
He might be smaller than you remember in the latest movie in the franchise, "Ghostbusters: Afterlife," but apparently there's a whole army of him now.
In a new clip from the upcoming sequel shared on Wednesday, Mr. Grooberson (played by Paul Rudd) shops at a grocery store where he's attacked by an army of tiny, but highly aggressive, versions of the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man who made his debut in 1984's original "Ghostbusters."
One of the bite-sized monsters is seen crawling out of a bag of — you guessed it — marshmallows and biting Grooberson before a whole group of them hop on a robotic vacuum to attack his feet.
While these "new" characters are small and it takes quite a few of them to launch an attack, the original Stay-Put Marshmallow Man (a physical manifestation of the Ghostbusters' main nemesis, Gozer) was a towering presence over New York City , attacking buildings and causing cars to crash into each other.
He was enormous, white, wore a sailor hat and a red ribbon around his neck, and has made an appearance in other movies in the franchise as well, arguably becoming one of the series' most iconic characters.
Fans of the beloved movies took to social media to express their excitement at the character's "simultaneously hilarious and terrifying" return.
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These "Mini-Pufts" may be adorable, but apparently filming the new movie wasn't all fun and games.
Bill Murray, who played Dr. Peter Venkman in the first two films, is set to reprise his role but recently said that shooting it was " physically painful ."
During a virtual talk at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Murray said putting on the proton pack was "extremely uncomfortable," according to Collider .
"I was like, 'What is this? What am I doing? These are like Bulgarian deadlifts, or a Russian kettlebell, getting up and down with this thing on my back,'" he said.
However, he added that a high "misery quotient" usually means that they're producing a quality product and he has high hopes for how the new movie will be received.
"Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is set to be released on November 11.
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Paul Rudd surprised by adorable but evil Mini-Pufts in 'Ghostbusters' teaser
Paul Rudd comes face to face with an army of tiny Mr. Stay Pufts in a new teaser for the upcoming "Ghostbusters: Afterlife."
Fans of the "Ghostbusters" franchise remember the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man as the gigantic paranormal villain who tries to destroy New York City near the end of the original "Ghostbusters" in 1984.
In his white sailor cap and blue collar, Mr. Stay Puft is first seen in advertisements as the cheerful mascot of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Corporation. But after an evil Sumerian god manifests as a menacing 100-foot-tall version of Mr. Stay Puft, well, all heck breaks loose.
In the teaser, Rudd, who stars in the new movie as a character named Mr. Grooberson, browses a grocery store's freezer section. After grabbing a pint of ice cream, Rudd hears a woman scream in the distance.
He becomes distracted in another aisle by a bustling bag of marshmallows on a shelf. He watches incredulously as a mini-Mr. Stay Puft bursts through the bag and gives him a sweet smile. But when Rudd reaches out a finger to say hello, the little devil takes a bite at it.
Seconds later, a gang of tiny marshmallow men are seen running amok in the store. Though they're much smaller than the original Mr. Stay Puft, they clearly share his taste for mayhem.
From director Jason Reitman and producer Ivan Reitman (who directed the first two "Ghostbusters" films), "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" tells the story of a single mom and her two kids who move to a new town. The family soon learns about their secret connection to the original team of ghostbusters.
In addition to Rudd, the movie stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace. It also features appearances by original "Ghostbusters" actors Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts.
"Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is scheduled for release in theaters Nov. 11.
Gina Vivinetto is a writer for TODAY.com.
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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man has varied in the series from a villain to a hero but rarely displayed the same level of malevolence as it did in the original film - perhaps due to the fact that it was no longer one of Gozer's forms, the most noticeable examples being in The Real Ghostbusters .
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Due to the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man's extreme popularity with fans and his iconic status he was destined to return in the Ghostbusters cartoon series - though this version of Stay Puft was much more benevolent than the movie version, in fact the cartoon version of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man was often a heroic figure rather than an antagonist: though there were a few exceptions to this rule where the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man was back to his usual villainous ways.
The opening credits of The Real Ghostbusters showed the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man as a central figure amongst the horde of ghosts that were promptly "busted" by the group - this version of Stay Puft was shown as rather menacing despite the fact he was rarely a villain in the actual show (as mentioned above). In fact, he has even assisted the Ghostbusters on two occasions in the episodes Sticky Business , and The Revenge of Murray the Mantis respectively.
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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is a boss in several Ghostbusters video games including Ghostbusters: The Video Game . In both the stylized and realistic versions of this game, Stay Puft has the ability to spawn smaller marshmallow-based monsters, a power that the original Stay Puft Marshmallow Man never displayed before. Despite this, this version of Stay Puft has been described in-game to be neither as big or as powerful than the one in the film.
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In the 2016 reboot Ghostbusters , Stay Puft returned as a parade balloon with the ghosts controlling him, which falls and lands on Abby, Jillian and Patty. It is later popped by Erin.
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In Fall Guys , a costume of a Fall Guy covered in small Stay Puft Marshmallow Men was added to the game as part of the game's second F2P season, being among one of the five Ghostbusters -themed cosmetics introduced for the its 2022 Halloween event.
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In Planet Coaster , a crossover DLC was released, containing Stay Puft Marshmellows, a placeable marshmellow man object, and the Marshmellow Man as an entertainer.
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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man , also known as Mr. Stay Puft , is a recurring character antagonist from The Real Ghostbusters .
Though originally a villain in the movie, ther Stay Puft Marshmellow Man is sometimes a ally to the Ghostbusters in the show, though he is still sometimes a villain.
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Deciding they needed to defeat Murrey the Mantis, the Ghostbusters released Stay Puft to help them, reassuring that they had rehabilitated them. Stay Puft and Murray fight, ending with the Ghostbusters trapping Murray. The Ecto-1 rides through the parade and Stay Puft also joins as a parade balloon.
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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man scene.
From the 1984 movie Ghostbusters [written by Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis], the Final Struggle.
Setup: Gozer commands the three Ghostbusters to choose their form of destruction and despite trying to keep their minds blank, Stantz has a brain fart, resulting in this:
They all turn and look to the south. GHOSTBUSTERS POV Looking south past Columbus Circle, they see part of something big and white moving between the buildings accompanied by thunderous footsteps of almost seismic proportions. VENKMAN He doesn’t know what it is yet, but he knows it’s coming. VENKMAN (desperately) What is it? Ray, what did you think of? BROADWAY AND 55TH The massive white shape passes behind some buildings, offering a glimpse of what appears to be a fat, white arm. STANTZ He’s about to go into shock. STANTZ (babbling) It can’t be! It can’t be! COLUMBUS CIRCLE The thundering footsteps continue to plod as the thing starts to emerge from behind the buildings. Now we can see part of a blue garment covering its enormous chest. STANTZ He recognizes the monster. STANTZ It’s … It’s … It’s the STAY-PUFT MARSHMALLOW MAN. Winston, Venkman and Spengler gape. THEIR POV They look across the roof tops and see a large, square, white, bobbing, laughing head atop a massive body of similar puffed white squares. The being is dressed in a tiny sailor’s hat, red bosun’s whistle and lanyard and a little blue vest with a button undone in the middle revealing a little white belly. It is the cute, quintessential American brand symbol, looming as large as Godzilla. STANTZ (V.O.) (desperately apologizing) I tried to think of the most harmless thing … something that could never destroy us … something I loved from my childhood. THE GHOSTBUSTERS They watch the Marshmallow Man plodding toward them. VENKMAN AND YOU CAME UP WITH THAT? STANTZ The Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man! He was on all the packages we used to buy when I was a kid. We used to roast Stay-Puft marshmallows at Camp Waconda! VENKMAN Great! The marshmallows are about to get their revenge. THE STAY-PUFT MAN He plods relentlessly uptown toward the Ghostbusters’ rooftop vantage point. The ground rumbles as his big, soft feet come down on the pavement. THE STREET People are fleeing in panic as the marshmallow feet pad along kicking over lampposts and mail boxes. A CAR The driver jumps out just before an enormous white marshmallow foot comes down and flattens his automobile. THE GHOSTBUSTERS They stand there helplessly watching the laughing bobbing head of the Stay-Puft Man as he comes toward them. VENKMAN What now? SPENGLER (adjusting his thrower) Full-stream with strogon pulse. Venkman looks at Stantz. Stantz shrugs. VENKMAN (decides) I guess that’s all we’ve got. They step to the edge of the roof, moving like warriors now ready to face the consequences.
Here is the scene from the movie:
Clearly, a lot of ad libbing in the scene including Venkman’s line: “Nobody steps on a church in my town!”
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Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Reveals Slimer's Return, New Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson Image
Posted: January 18, 2024 | Last updated: January 19, 2024
- Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire brings back the OG Ghostbusters and introduces new weird aliens, Janine as a Ghostbuster, and the return of Slimer.
- The highly anticipated sequel takes the original Ghostbusters back to the iconic New York City firehouse and features Slimer and the mini Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
- Bringing back Slimer adds to the movie's nostalgic magic and pays homage to the character's popularity in the original Ghostbusters and The Real Ghostbusters series.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife brought back the OG Ghostbusters after three decades, but Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is going much further. Taking its beats from the 80’s The Real Ghostbusters animated series, the fourth movie in the original franchise is delivering some new weird aliens, Janine as a Ghostbuster, and the return of Slimer , as revealed in Empire Magazine’s first-look images.
In their latest issue, Empire unveils a host of new images from the highly anticipated sequel, which takes Venkman, Stantz and Zeddemore back to the iconic New York City firehouse of the original movies, as hinted in the post-credits scene of Afterlife . Judging by the images, it isn’t just the guys who can’t stay away from their old haunt, as Slimer seems to have taken up residence there as well. Check out the first-look image below, as well as the return of the mini Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and a new look at Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson as Venkman and Zeddemore all suited up.
Although there were many people who wondered if the Ghostbusters franchise had missed its opportunity to see the original 1984 movie continue, Ghostbusters: Afterlife exorcised the demons of the 2016 reboot and made it clear that there was still an appetite for some old-school ‘busting. That is exactly what Frozen Empire is doing, and bringing back a fan-favorite like Slimer is something that was always going to be part of the movie’s nostalgic magic.
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How slimer evolved from floating blob to iconic character.
Although the movie industry has produced many spooks, specters and ghosts, there are few that are as instantly recognizable as Slimer, the mischievous, food-gobbling green ghost that made his debut in 1984 as the first “call” the team takes on as a paid job.
Designed by Steve Johnson under the guidance of art director John DeCuir, Slimer's grotesque yet oddly endearing appearance was an instant hit with audiences. His neon green color, coupled with a comically oversized mouth and a ravenous appetite, made him instantly recognizable. It is also now well-known that Slimer was also partly based on the late John Belushi, who the role of Peter Venkman was originally written for before he passed away before filming started.
The character's popularity surged with The Real Ghostbusters . In the series, Slimer was transformed from a one-time antagonist to a lovable sidekick to the Ghostbusters team. His character was fleshed out with a more friendly demeanor, often providing a ghost's perspective on the team's adventures. This shift was pivotal in cementing Slimer's status as a fan favorite, as it allowed the character to be more relatable and endearing to a younger audience.
In Ghostbusters II , Slimer took on a similar role as in the cartoon series, seemingly hovering around the firehouse, and even becoming a bus driver to take Rick Moranis’ Louis Tully on his mission to save the world – at least in his mind. What his role will be in Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is yet to be revealed, but he clearly hasn’t strayed too far in the last three decades.
All will be revealed when Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is released in cinemas on March 22, 2024.
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- 12 oz (340g) bags of "Ghostbusters Marshmallows" by Campfire, sold exclusively at Big Lots.
- 20 oz (566g) bags of "Ghostbusters Marshmallows" by Campfire, sold exclusively at Wal-mart.
- 250g bags of "Ghostbusters Marshmallows" by Rocky Mountain Marshmallows.
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- 2023 - Frontier League's Schaumburg Boomers will host the Windy City Thunderbolts on August 11 and free baseball bat-wielding bobblehead of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man will be given to the first 1000 people to enter Illinois' Wintrust Field. The game ends with a fireworks display hosted by Campfire dubbed the "World's Biggest Marshmallow Fight". 
- On page 3 of Ghostbusters 101 #5 , panel 5, on the bag of 2016 " Stay Puft Marshmallows " are the Slimer bits from Campfire's Ghostbusters Marshmallows.
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