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
Editor’s note: The original version of this story ran on Oct. 26, 2015 to coincide with the release of the book Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Visual History. By the time it became an instant classic upon its release in 1984, Ghostbusters had morphed through radically different iterations, featuring bonkers plot points and unrecognizable creatures.
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.
‘Batman v Superman,’ 'Captain America: Civil War,' 'Finding Dory,' and more with a chance to clear the bar set by 'Deadpool' as the year's biggest earner
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.
You sneaky, sneaky Ghostbusters. As the Internet dissects the first trailer for the Paul Feig-directed reboot, the cine-sleuths over at Collider have uncovered an Easter egg pointing fans to a viral marketing site that reveals all sorts of geektastic Ghostbusters goodies.
First promo for new take, with comments from director Paul Feig (please don't call it a she-boot)
David Margulies, who played New York City Mayor Lenny Clotch in the Ghostbusters films and Tony Soprano’s sleazy lawyer Neil Mink on The Sopranos, has died. He was 78.
There will be plenty of superheroes at the movies in 2016, with the Avengers, X-Men, Suicide Squad, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Gambit, Doctor Strange, and Deadpool all getting some action. But there’s also some heavyweight comedy (like Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot and a Zoolander sequel), highly anticipated animation (like the Nemo sequel Finding Dory and the new princess movie Moana), irresistible romantic pairings (like Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in La La Land and Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence in Passengers), and Oscar-friendly adult dramas (like biopics Sully and The Founder). ...
There was something strange in the neighborhood Thursday morning, with character posters for the leads in Paul Feig'sGhostbusters reboot manifesting across the Internet.
The new ghost-busting team appears to be standing in the lobby of a hotel, bringing to mind the scene from the original 1984 comedy when Bill Murray and company captured beverage-guzzling ghost Slimer in the ballroom of the fictional Sedgewick Hotel. Judging from the fog and ectoplasm-green light in the new pic, something supernatural is definitely lurking.
By Ryan Gajewski Kristen Wiig didn’t expect that the Ghostbusters reboot would catch any flak over its all-female cast. The actress was asked by the Los Angeles Times to weigh in on reaction to the reboot, particularly to the fact that some fans complained about the gender switch. Wiig told the Times that she has never been involved in a project that garnered so much attention and controversy while it was being shot. Related: Emma Stone: I Turned Down ‘Ghostbusters’ Because “It’s a Whole Thing” “And the fact there was so much controversy because we were women was surprising to me,” Wiig said.
Moranis, photographed Oct. 2 at his home in New York City (Wesley Mann) By Ryan Parker This story first appeared in the Oct. 16 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. When the new all-female Ghostbusters reboot arrives in theaters next summer, nearly all the living actors from the original 1980s films — Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, et al. — will be doing cameos.
In this latest teaser for the upcoming Lego Dimensions — a toy-based video game intertwining many of the brick purveyor’s key movie and TV licenses — Alison Brie meets-cute with her adorable, though anger-prone, Lego Movie alter ego. The setup: Brie receives a mysterious package containing unassembled pieces. She puts the set together revealing Cloud Cuckoo Land’s reigning princess, Unikitty, (“How cute!” gushes Brie.
Hudson was a part of the original 1984 cast and appeared in the 1989 sequel, starring alongside Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis.
Melissa McCarthy and her fellow stars — Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, and Kristen Wiig — give “Girl Power” shout-out accompanied by all the female members of the reboot's cast and crew.
Chris Hemsworth’s journey into the world of ‘80s comedy reboots continued on Monday, when the Vacation star was spotted on the set of director Paul Feig’s upcoming lady-centric reimagining of Ghostbusters in Boston. Obviously, the crew be the main action heroes of this new iteration of Ghostbusters, but from the photo above, it seems that Hemsworth will also get into the middle of the excitement.