Director Paul Feig revisits "Bridesmaids" as contemporary comedy classic turns 10.
Speaking with Yahoo Entertainment, Henry Golding directly credits "Crazy Rich Asians" with securing him the lead role in "Last Christmas" that, only a few years ago, probably would have gone to an actor like Domhnall Gleeson or Dan Stevens.
The 'Game of Thrones' actress and the 'Crazy Rich Asians' star share some serious sparks.
Reitman came under fire for saying his new "Ghostbusters" movie would "hand the [franchise] back to fans."
“Insecure” creator and star Issa Rae will topline Fox’s romantic comedy “American Princess” from director Stella Meghie. Paul Feig is producing with Jessie Henderson through their Fox-based Feigco Entertainment banner. Brendan O’Brien will also produce the pic. Rae will play an American woman who moves to London, finds herself drawn into a world of wealth and […]
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke and “Crazy Rich Asians” breakout Henry Golding are set to star in Universal Pictures and Paul Feig’s latest comedy “Last Christmas.” Feig will direct with Emma Thompson and Bryony Kimmings penning the screenplay. While project details are being kept under wraps, the pic is described as a holiday romance […]
"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."
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”
While 'Dirty Dancing' fans prepare for ABC's May 24 remake starring Abigail Breslin, it's not the first time TV has taken us back to Kellerman's.
In an interview with io9, franchise executive producer defends performance of 2016 female-led reboot, believes there's still demand for future films
Paul Feig has had an incredible movie career — Bridesmaids, Spy, The Heat — but when it comes to TV, his shows haven’t made it past Season 1. Freaks & Geeks was tragically canceled after 18 episodes on NBC, and his 2015 effort Other Space unfortunately outlived its online broadcaster, Yahoo! Screen. Since Yahoo Studios discontinued its original scripted programming, the rights to the “Star Trek meets The Office” series have reverted back to Feig, and all geoblocks — obstructions used to prevent Other Space from airing outside the U.S. — have been lifted.
The Ghostbusters reboot got generally good reviews, but the storm of criticism has had an impact on director Paul Feig. The Huffington Post spoke with Feig.
From the beginning, director Paul Feig has insisted his female-fronted Ghostbusters existed in an alternate universe where the events of the original 1984 bro-powered blockbuster never happened. No Keymaster. No streams crossed. No Stay Puft Marshmallow Man laying waste to the Upper West Side. But that doesn’t mean the new Ghostbusters ignores its predecessor. Feig has stuffed his film, arriving in theaters this weekend, with callbacks, cameos, and Easter eggs that fully embrace the Ivan Reitman-helmed classic. ...
Like the original Ghostbusters, the newly rebooted version takes place in New York City. When Yahoo Movies had the chance to sit down with director Paul Feig, we asked whether this story needs to take place in the Big Apple.
Director Paul Feig tells Empire he has a story for sequel to 2015 hit comedy, and promises what he has in mind will make action star's character even less self-aware
On “The Graham Norton Show,” Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy performed their folk version of the “Ghostbusters” theme and director Paul Feig got slimed.
Director Paul Feig tweets photo of his four stars with Bill Murray, Dan Akyroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts ahead of both generations of stars appearing together on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Since it was announced, Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot has gotten a considerable (and well-documented) amount of criticism from very vocal online detractors. Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones star in the Sony reboot as the eponymous Ghostbusters, taking over the mantle from Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson.
The recent teaser for the film has become the most disliked trailer in YouTube history, with some lodging complaints, on YouTube and other platforms, about the comedy’s tone and the fact that women, not men, are the ones holding the proton packs. In a piece published last week by the New York Daily News, Paul Feig, director of Ghostbusters, was quoted as saying, “Geek culture is home to some of the biggest a——s I’ve ever met in my life.“ It was a statement Feig made a year ago in response to a book author’s general questions about the reboot controversy, not a comment about the brouhaha regarding the trailer.
Paul Feig isn’t yet revealing what roles Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray play in the new Ghostbusters. What we know is they don’t play doctors Raymond Stantz and Peter Venkman, respectively, since the new version takes place in a separate timeline from the 1984 original and its 1989 sequel.
Jennifer Lawrence gave the internet something to speculate about in late 2014 when she admitted to MTV UK that she’d had dinner with director Paul Feig, immediately placing her in the running for one of the four lead roles in his Ghostbusters reboot. The casting didn’t pan out, obviously — Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones are playing the new fab four.
After months of anticipation, a trailer for Ghostbusters has finally been released. At a press event Wednesday, director Paul Feig confirmed that this is a reboot of the franchise, not a sequel. The reason Feig and co-writer Katie Dippold went the reboot route was because in the original films, people were interacting with ghosts for the first time.