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Can fans come at Ghostbusters with an open mind? Are opinions already set in stone? And is McCarthy helping matters by swiping back at her online trolls?
It turns out that getting slimed by a slime professional (also known as a film production designer) is not so great. The cast of the new Ghostbusters film recently shared their thoughts on the gooey stuff.
All that matters is the film. If Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters is great, no one will dwell on the marketing campaign. We won’t discuss whether a trailer worked, or what Twitter thought of certain jokes in certain scenes. A good movie could (and should) wipe away the sins of pre-release publicity – be it positive or negative.
The first trailer for the new Ghostbusters movie did not go over well. Honestly, it was a bloodbath. For the second go round, Sony tried a new strategy, which appears to have had very different results.
This trailer continues to give me hope. The effects look good (new Slimer is impressive). And if Ghostbusters consists of 95 minutes of me watching Kate McKinnon’s facial reactions, that will be money well spent.
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.
Because of the iconic status of the original Ghostbusters there are a lot of pissed fans who hate the idea of the reboot due out this summer. But Ernie Hudson has now spoken out about his feelings for the new movie.
Sony Pictures is gearing up for the release of arguably its biggest movie of the summer, Ghostbusters. To celebrate they are releasing the original film to theaters in time for its anniversary.
As with any YouTube video, viewers are free to leave their opinions of movie previews via the comments or the like/dislike buttons. It’s the latter feature that just set a new record for the site, as this trailer has become the most disliked on YouTube.
The footage we’ve seen from Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters has revealed the origins of hearse-turned-Ecto-1 that the team uses to get around – establishing it as belonging to the uncle of Leslie Jones’ character, Patty – but it turns out that this isn’t the only key piece of equipment that she brings to the group.
Hollywood doesn’t always have the greatest track record when it comes to costumes for women – particularly when it comes to big action movies and blockbuster franchises.
We’re now just a few months away from the theatrical release of director Paul Feig’s Ghostsbusters, and while we’ve seen a good bit of footage and a handful of images from the movie, big details are also being kept purposefully mysterious and hidden prior to the film’s arrival.
Director Paul Feig has explained in the past why his new version of the Ghostbusters is a reboot instead of a direct sequel: he and co-writer Katie Dippold didn’t like the idea of his characters simply being handed technology, and wanted to give them the chance to build it all themselves.
The marketing material that we’ve shown so far for Ghostbusters has been very specific. What we haven’t heard much about is the central villain of the new movie
Merchandise tie-ins with movies are nothing new. There will always be products that companies try to sell us by relating it to a popular film. Sony, however, takes this idea to new heights.
You're probably curious as to when Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be receiving the Ultimate Cut treatment. Well wonder no more, as we reveal that answer within.
Melissa McCarthy has developed her own way of handling all the Ghostbusters haters. And, it's really pretty simple.
Shortly after it was first announced that Paul Feig would be running an all-female team in a Ghostbusters reboot, Sony said they were also working on a second film, but that one faded into obscurity. Now we know why.
Bill Murray went off script when he filmed his Ghostbusters cameo. And rather than being furious, Paul Feig has now admitted that it was hilarious.
One of the most talked about movies of this summer, for good or ill, is the reboot of Ghostbusters coming in July. Many online have been critical of the film ever since it was announced. Now, somebody claims to have seen an early version of the movie.