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When it was announced that the Ghostbusters franchise was being rebooted the movie instantly became one of the most talked about upcoming movies. Since then weíve received a handful of images, but footage of the film has been sadly lacking. That's about to change.
While much has been made of the new team in Paul Feig's upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, they're not the only characters that have been given the gender-swap treatment.
The Super Bowl is obviously a very, very important time in the world of sports, but itís a pretty damn big one for the rest of the entertainment industry as well.
2016 is loaded up with interesting and exciting films this year, including Captain America: Civil War, Ghostbusters, Suicide Squad, Finding Dory and the anticipated Star Wars spinoff, Rogue One.
When we learned that the Ghostbusters franchise would be returning in the form of a reboot instead of a sequel, many fans were bummed. While we're still excited for the new movie, it turns out that there was possibly a great idea for a trilogy after all.
There are numerous signs youíve ďmade itĒ in your chosen profession. If youíre a white collar businessman with your name on the building, youíre there. If youíre in a major science fiction blockbuster movie, you need an action figure.
When the original Ghostbusters hit the screen in the 1980ís we were treated to spectral librarians and Slimers, not to mention a skyscraper tall marshmallow mascot. Now we have a new generation of Ghostbusters and a new set of ghosts in need of busting.
The best way to shut down the haters, though, would be to deliver an entertaining movie. And weíll know for sure whether Paul Feig and his cast pulled that off in July, when the latest Ghostbusters movie hits theaters.
After sharing the latest shot of the four women in action, Paul Feig and Sony today dropped character posters for each of the female Ghostbusters, while the director chimed in with a few words of wisdom about the type of character they will be.
Every year the National Film Registry strikes a blow for the preservation of culturally significant films, singling out 25 to be saved from the ravages of time, and now the 2015 list is out.
The original Ghostbusters is a fondly remembered film. This for a good reason. Itís a fantastic movie. That love for the original lead to much apprehension however, when a reboot to the series was announced. Now we can see what all the fuss was about.
Paul Feig's Ghostbusters reboot has reportedly signed up Game Of Thrones star Charles Dance to feature in the comedy, and it's already being assumed that he's a villain.
Since the future appears very bright for Sonyís Ghostbusters franchise, letís take a moment to slap on a proton pack and assess where we stand. Cue up the Ray Parker Jr. CD and dive in to our What We Know So Far for the Ghostbusters reboot, which is heading to theaters on July 22, 2016.
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 itís really only the first movie that is so beloved. Even a mediocre at best sequel could not tarnish peopleís 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 thereís an upside to the ridiculous arguments over the upcoming new Ghostbusters film itís 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 doesnít mean that we havenít 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.