Paul Rudd finally revealed how he stays looking young

More on that in a minute.

CNN caught up with the actor, 52, at the “Ghostbusters Afterlife” premiere in New York before this 7 days.

“I am open up to the possibility [of ghosts] for guaranteed,” he claimed.

The movie is the third film in the franchise, which was initially produced by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis.

Ramis died in 2014.

“A person of the things that I definitely felt [while filming] was his presence and how going it was to me and how substantially I form of missed him and he must be there for this,” Rudd mentioned of Ramis. “He was such a wonderful person, a excellent, comedic intellect.”

“Ghostbusters Afterlife” is penned by Jason Reitman, Aykroyd and Gil Kenan. Reitman also directs the film, an homage to his father, Ivan Reitman who directed the initial 1984 film and its 1989 sequel. Aykroyd, Invoice Murray and Ernie Hudson reprise their roles in the franchise.

“It truly is so nuts, I did not know there would be far more of [these films],” Rudd stated. “But I was a fan of them, definitely as a child. It truly is been an thrilling matter to be about and see these men.”

As for how Rudd stays wanting like a child, he gave a generally self-deprecating response.

“This is all accomplished with smoke and mirrors,” Rudd demured. “I’m a hologram, I’m like the new ABBA live performance.”

“Ghostbusters Afterlife” is in theaters Friday.