VIDEO: “Ghostbusters” creative team helps ailing child live his bustin’ dreams

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Eight-year-old “Ghostbusters” superfan Braeden Rios suffers from a respiratory condition called bronchomalacia, so the For the Win Project charity organization stepped up to help him have the ultimate Ghostbusters experience in Los Angeles.

With the help of “Ghostbusters” creators Dan Aykroyd and Ivan Reitman, Braeden lived his own mini-Ghostbusters movie in the streets of Hollywood, rode in the ECTO-1, and even got to play around with some actual props and costumes from the movies.

WATCH BRAEDEN’S “GHOSTBUSTERS” TRAILER:

The young Mr. Rios also received video messages of encouragement from Ghostbusters fan clubs around the world.

WATCH GHOSTBUSTERS’ MESSAGES FOR BRAEDEN:

For more information on the For the Win Project and to check out some of their other amazing efforts in bringing kids’ movie-themed wishes to life, be sure to visit the organization’s official website.

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