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There has been a ton of vitriol and spite directed at the female-fronted Ghostbusters rebook, but Sony's head just told all of the haters what they can do with their opinions.
When Paul Feig's Ghostbusters hits theaters next year, we'll see some familiar faces and elements, but there is one fan favorite character who won't be making an appearance.
The popularity of the Ghostbusters franchise is kind of an amazing thing to behold when you consider that it’s really only the first movie that is so beloved. Even a mediocre at best sequel could not tarnish people’s desire to see more.
Ghostbusters was an immediate classic when it was released in 1984. Arguable one of the best scenes in the movie is the climactic battle between the team and a giant marshmallow man. Now we know that another creature was almost our movie ending villain.
If there’s an upside to the ridiculous arguments over the upcoming new Ghostbusters film it’s that people are giving the original film another look. Turns out there are a few interesting things from that film that you may not know about.
Bill Murray is a comedic genius. And with another hilarious role on the way, let's take a moment to celebrate this fact by reminiscing about the 10 funniest roles of his career.
Horror has always been seen as a genre primarily for adults. However, that doesn’t mean that we haven’t seen some truly amazing horror movies made specifically for all audiences come out over the years, and now seems like the perfect time to celebrate those titles.
There are many, many things to appreciate about Ridley Scott’s The Martian, but perhaps its greatest contribution is its incredible approach to science-based problem solving, and its ability to basically educate viewers about space travel while also being ridiculously entertaining.
The Wrap cites studio “insiders” in its report that Sony is moving ahead with an animated Ghostbusters feature that will follow on the heels of Feig’s live-action reboot. The trade says that Sony is ready to begin hearing pitches from various writers, and the source even suggests that the story will be told from a ghost’s point of view.
Filmmakers have a tumultuous relationship with the paparazzi, something director Paul Feig knows all too well. While he’s been a good sport about the leaks in the past, Feig revealed his disappointment in a new interview.
Paul Feig’s take on the Ghostbusters series is a gender-reversal that casts four strong and funny women as the primary team. Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones are playing the new Ghostbusters. Chris Hemsworth plays their secretary.
Paul Feig just did something weird, and it don't look good. But is he really being a jerk, or did some hardcore trolls have it coming?
Getting kids interested in math and science in school is no easy task, but one group has figured out an awesome way to engage students: they dress up like Ghostbusters.
Long the primary holdout in the franchise, Bill Murray recently filmed a cameo for Paul Feig's upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, and now we know why.
Ghostbusters is ready to lead the charge for women in film, and this latest photo off the set is proof that their heart is definitely in the right place.
Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters might end up being a funny and scary standalone film, and no one will compare the success of the 2016 film to the accomplishments of the original. But at the moment, Murray and Aykroyd feel like the elephants in a freshly painted room, and I for one am really puzzled as to why Feig would invite these recognizable guests to his party.
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Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot has been catching serious flak from fans of the original franchise, claiming the new all-female team won’t be able to live up to the originals. That certainly may be the case, but it doesn’t sound like the original Ghostbusters are quite as upset as these angry fans. They even want to be in the movie with this new team.
Despite the negativity surrounding Paul Feig’s upcoming female-fronted Ghostbusters, it won’t holding the team back from using their ghost-busting powers for good. When the women get in gear, they can do anything-- including bringing smiles to a group of children at a hospital.
While the Ghostbusters franchise relaunches next year with an impressive lineup of funny female talent, reports of a subsequent guy-centric counterpart film came and went… until they came back again. Now, writer Drew Pearce, who is attached to the franchise spinoff, straightens the record on the project’s alleged man-filled mandate.