Ernie Hudson addresses his complicated relationship with "Ghostbusters" and his new starring role in the BET+ crime drama "The Family Business," aka "The Black Sopranos."
The highly anticipated sequel "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" may be delayed until March 2021, but this themed "Monopoly" — complete with a proton pack token — will keep fans happy.
Ahead of reveal at 2020 Toy Fair, here's your first look at insanely detailed new ghost-hunting weapon to be featured in upcoming sequel.
Director Ivan Reitman shares behind-the-scenes stories from "Ghostbusters" as it turns 35.
Finn Wolfhard and Carrie Coon are in talks to star in Sony's latest installment in the "Ghostbusters" franchise, sources tell Variety. Jason Reitman is directing the pic and has also co-written a screenplay with Gil Kenan. He plans to shoot the film this summer, with Sony planning to release the latest sequel in summer 2020. […]
Taraji P. Henson, Tracy Morgan and the cast of "What Men Want" talk about remaking the 2000 Mel Gibson rom-com "What Women Want."
Sony Pictures has set Jason Reitman's "Ghostbusters" sequel for a July 10, 2020, release date. The studio made the announcement late Friday afternoon, 10 days after revealing that Reitman was on board to direct the untitled sequel. Reitman's father, Ivan, directed the original "Ghostbusters," starring Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis, […]
If there's something strange in your neighborhood, it's time to watch a teaser for Jason Reitman's "Ghostbusters" forthcoming film. Sony Pictures released a first look at the upcoming movie, a sequel to the 1984 classic. The footage shows a glimpse of the memorable station wagon Ecto-1. The studio announced on Tuesday that the wheels are […]
Two years after the "Ghostbusters" remake disappointed at the box office, Melissa McCarthy ain't afraid of no trolls.
"The movie's just really built an audience in the two years since it's been out," said Feig. "I get contacted every day by people who are such fans of it, and so many women who are inspired by seeing women in science."
During a Facebook Live chat, director of '80s 'Ghostbusters' talks about where the franchise goes from here, and thinks about sending it to other countries
Actor and star of original '80s film told Britain’s Channel 4 on Sunday Paul Feig, director of 2016 reboot, “will not be back on the Sony lot anytime soon”
As 1040s fly into the IRS today, we salute on-screen accountants played by Gene Wilder, Cher, Charles Grodin, Rick Moranis, and more
In an interview with io9, franchise executive producer defends performance of 2016 female-led reboot, believes there's still demand for future films
'Ghostbusters 101' will bring the two universes together via that old comic book crossover standby, the interdimensional accident
Despite the misguided backlash and underperforming box office, Paul Feig’s all-female Ghostbusters was not the debacle some would have you believe. The film delivered plenty of laughs and should enjoy a deserved second life now that that it’s coming to digital, DVD, and Blu-ray. Heck, Ghostbusters 2 was a legitimate horror show, and that film has endured beyond its initial disappointment.
Following up on our mid-season report, here are the winners and losers as the summer of 2016 draws to a close. Who won and who lost?
Immediately upon the opening of Ghostbusters in mid-July, top Sony executives boldly declared a sequel to Paul Feig’s all-female reboot of Ivan Reitman’s 1984 classic was a given. “While nothing has been officially announced yet, there’s no doubt in my mind it will happen,” said Rory Bruer, president of worldwide distribution at Sony.
With a custom soundstage outside Boston and a team of digital effects artists, the production brought back the '70s for climactic scene
“I was super-psyched, and also terrified.” That was Katie Dippold’s reaction to a lunch meeting she had with Paul Feig two years ago at San Diego Comic-Con, where the writer-director asked her to co-pen his yet-to-be-announced, all-female Ghostbusters. Dippold already had the pedigree. In the end, though, “it was all from love,” Dippold told Yahoo Movies.