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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.
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.
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.
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.
Amy Schumer is basking in the massive success of her Comedy Central series Inside Amy Schumer, killed it as host of the MTV Movie Awards, and is set to star in the highly anticipated film Trainwreck. So, what’s next for the comedy giant who has it all?
Paul Feig has big, big plans in store for his upcoming Play-Doh movie.
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.
All eyes may be on Spy this summer because curious patrons want to see what Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy do next. They have a little project known as the Ghostbusters reboot on their docket.
In the event that you were worried about Paul Feig ruining another part of your childhood (and we’re not talking about his Ghostbusters reboot), have no fear. The Bridesmaids helmer is producing The Peanuts Movie for director Steve Martino, and he assures us that we won’t be having a repeat of Space Jam.
With any and all things related to Ghostbusters ready to be invigorated with not one, but two (possibly connected) franchise reboots of the film, people may be understandably curious about whether a critically indelible aspect of the property will be incorporated. Namely, the 1984 synth-funk masterpiece, “Ghostbusters” theme song by Ray Parker Jr. According to the director of next year’s all-female Ghostbusters film, he’s torn on whether or not to include the epochal earworm.
The announcement of a reboot of Ghostbustes with all-female cast didn't get to bask in the spotlight too long when it was subsequently announced that an all-male reboot of the same property was also in the works. However, Paul Feig, who will helm the estrogen-exclusive version still finds himself fielding seemingly irrational hate on social media. Now, he’s got something to say to those impassioned claims of “ruined” childhoods.
Sigourney Weaver is already helping her Chappie director Neill Blomkamp continue plotting Alien’s resurrection with an all-new installment, but what about another one of her other properties that’s returning from the dead? Paul Feig is rebooting Ghostbusters with an all-female principal cast, but will Weaver have some part to play in the new film?
Before the new Ghostbusters was announced as a reboot with Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy and Leslie Jones, Dan Aykroyd was busy working on a story line for a more traditional sequel. Though director Paul Feig plans on shooting his interpretation this summer in New York for a 2016 release, the original Ghostbuster seems to think that his version could still happen.
Director Paul Feig has already loaded up his all-female Ghostbusters cast with a good number of Saturday Night Live players. However, it seems that Feig isn't done yet mining SNL for castmembers, as new rumors have surfaced suggesting he has his eyes on another one.
Once I got over my little hissy fit and actually thought about it, I realized something. This wasn’t a bad idea. In fact, it might be a pretty good idea. And not just for one reason, but five.
With the new Ghostbusters cast announced, perhaps now's a good time to catch up with one of the project's biggest adversaries... Ernie Hudson himself. But beware, for his latest update might surprise you.