John Landis and Dan Aykroyd talk about "Blues Brothers" and late star John Belushi's rampant cocaine use.
There's no joking when the comedic superstar talks about his fascination — and experiences — with ghosts, which informed both his blockbuster movie franchise and his new Travel Channel show, "Hotel Paranormal."
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."
Aykroyd thinks back to working with the Godfather and Queen of Soul on the 1980 classic "The Blues Brothers."
In what is perhaps the most famous sequence in the 1980 action-comedy, Jake and Elwood Blues speed through the multilevel streets of downtown Chicago in a 1974 black-and-white Dodge Monaco sedan as dozens of siren-blaring cop cars give chase.
Director Ivan Reitman shares behind-the-scenes stories from "Ghostbusters" as it turns 35.
The Ivan Reitman-directed feature spawned a franchise that’s expanded beyond theaters to encompass cartoons, video games and all manner of merchandise. The Ghostbusters even have their own day — June 8 — and this year’s edition will presumably feature the release of fresh details about Jason Reitman’s upcoming Ghostbusters 3, due in theaters next year.