Krispy Kreme to Offer 'Ghostbusters' Doughnuts for Film's 30th Anniversary

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The ongoing celebration of movie's milestone just got a little more delicious

The ongoing celebration of Ghostbusters' 30th anniversary just got a little more delicious. 

Krispy Kreme has announced it will sell two Ghostbusters-themed doughnuts in honor of the film's milestone. The doughnuts will be available Sept. 29 through Oct. 31.

"We are truly excited to collaborate with Sony Pictures in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the iconic Ghostbusters brand," said Dwayne Chambers, Krispy Kreme chief marketing and innovations officer. Chambers called the doughnuts "as unique, creative and joyful as this beloved film franchise."

In an homage to the Bill Murray-starring film's two most recognizable apparitions, one doughnut will feature the Ghostbusters logo and a Slimer-inspired splatter of green icing, while the Stay Puft Marshmallow doughnut resembles that villain's face, complete with a sailor hat made of sugar. Both doughnuts contain white cream in the center. 

Ghostbusters, which was released June 7, 1984, returned to theaters last month for a limited run to mark the anniversary.

The film's Twitter page posted the below image of the doughnuts: