The director of “Frozen Empire” gives a taste of the new film after the credits scene

Spoilers for Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire follow.

Gil Kenan, director of “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” hinted to his fans about a possible sequel to the franchise following the end credits scene of “Frozen Empire.”

The mid-credits scene begins after the Ghostbusters save New York City from the Phantom God Garraka. However, at a gas station, a Stay-Puft Marshmallows truck appears to drive away on its own. It turns out that it is the Mini-Pufts driving the truck.

It's a nice little scene, but in a new interview with EW, director Kenan explained that it could lead to further installments in the Ghostbusters film series.

Minipufts, Ghostbusters: The Frozen Empire

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“As far as moving forward… look, we really care about the characters in this film. We feel like there's more story to tell,” Kenan said.

“And I really hope that audiences can connect with the adventures that the Spengler family experiences in this film. And if that's the case, then I really hope we can continue this story.”

Kenan also explained that he and co-writer and producer Jason Reitman specifically “crafted a story [their] Sleeves,” which continues this mid-credits scene.

Minipufts, Ghostbusters: The Frozen EmpireMinipufts, Ghostbusters: The Frozen Empire

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“There's more trouble where this came from. We can't say anything about it yet, but it feels like these guys have a lot more to say,” Kenan said.

“I love these guys. They are so much fun to lead. [They’re] Prima donnas. Their rider is impossible, but what they do on screen is worth it,” he added jokingly.

If there were to be a new Ghostbusters movie, it would make sense to pick up where the mid-credits scene left off.

Frozen Empire itself is a continuation of the post-credits scene from Ghostbusters: Afterlife, in which Ernie Hudson's Winston returns the Ecto-1 to its home at the firehouse.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is in theaters now.

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