BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Who you gonna call? Now we know. Paul Feig's latest update has revealed the names of the ladies who will be bringing the heat in the ongoing battle against the phantoms of the world in Ghostbusters
It's starting to look like Dan Aykroyd may very well have a cameo in Paul Feig's Ghostbusters reboot, and we may have learned the details.
There have been a variety of behind the scenes pictures from Ghostbusters making the rounds, but director Paul Feig just gave us our best look yet, and it's awesome.
We’ve seen dumpy beige jumpsuits, we’ve seen the new generation proton packs, but one question about Ghostbusters looms larger than all the rest: what’s they’re ride going to be like? Well now we know.
If you still think Paul Feig is ruining your childhood with his all-female Ghostbusters reboot, perhaps this will help ease your worries. As the Bridesmaids director continues production with his stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, he has been releasing photos of the costumes online via Twitter.
Hot on the heels of adding four new cast members, Paul Feig's upcoming female-centric Ghostbusters reboot has cast it's new big bad villain.
Director Paul Feig's upcoming Ghostbusters reboot has already put together a pretty great ensemble of stars - including Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, and Chris Hemsworth - but today the roster has gotten even deeper.
Ghostbusters is aiming for a July 22, 2016 release date. Keep following us (and Feig) for constant updates on the reboot. And ladies? Remember not to cross those streams.
While most of what we know about the new female-centric Ghostbusters reboot is based on rumor and hearsay, director Paul Feig just Tweeted out something fun for fans from the set.
It appeared for some time that Paul Feig’s upcoming adaptation of Ghostbusters showcasing an all-female main cast was going to be spun-off into an all-male project starring Channing Tatum. However, recent comments from Tatum’s producing partner indicate that those plans have fallen flat.
The Ghostbusters have landed, and we have the footage to prove it! Read on to see the new beginnings of franchise history.
We know that the new Ghostbusters reboot will change the world of the films, but will it pay homage to its predecessor? According to Dan Aykroyd, the answer is yes.
The Paul Feig-directed Ghostbusters reboot will soon be starting production up in Boston, Massachusetts, but to this point there really haven't been many details revealed about the movie's plot. Well, that changes today, as a new report has spilled the beans not only on what we can expect the story to deliver, but some familiar faces who could be showing up.
Last year’s hacked e-mails over at Sony revealed that the upcoming all-female Ghostbusters was intent on landing Emma Stone. Now, the actress reveals why she passed on the property’s potentially lucrative cinematic ectoplasmic encounters.
Paul Feig's new Ghostbusters movie has already done a good amount of gender swapping, replacing the all-male group with four brand new female characters, but the director evidently isn't stopping there.
Let’s hear it for all those actors and actresses who played totally jerks/a-holes/jackasses/blemishes on society — we can go on — to make the good guys be even more likable and to bringing us all together to hate on them.
Like Coldplay's famed scientist, Paul Feig is going back to the start with his Ghostbusters reboot. Read on to see why this is probably the best idea in the whole project's history.
The new all-female Ghostbusters reboot was reportedly greenlit for a whopping $154 million budget. This could mean amazing special effects and the potential for CGI ghosts in the film.
Since the future appears very bright for Sony’s Ghostbusters franchise, let’s 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.
In a recent interview, director, Paul Feig seems to have divulged a key concept in the dynamic of the film’s team of estrogen-centric seekers of spooks.