Whether you loved the new Ghostbusters, hated it, or found yourself somewhere in the middle, there’s no denying Paul Feig had a very distinct vision. He didn’t just update the characters for 2016, he cranked up the visuals too, with tons of lush, beautiful colors.
We were blown away when Blitzway announced they were making a series of 1/6-scale figures based on the original Ghostbusters team at Comic-Con, but now they’ve revealed even more pictures of the gorgeous toys, and new details on how to get them... while unfortunately mistreating poor Winston Zeddemore yet again.
Summer of 2016 hasn’t been a great time for the blockbuster. If it wasn’t animated, most of the big-budget movies that studios usually rely on to make their fortunes for the year flopped. Here are some of the reasons why
Ghostbusters has been out for a bit now, and a new story from The Hollywood Reporter says that the movie is going to lose millions. As a result, a sequel has been put on the back burner—but Ghostbusters isn’t quite dead yet.
Sadly Stay Puft probably doesn’t come with a ruined city to stomp about in, but this figure does look great as he gleefully parades through tiny plastic skyscrapers. All he needs are some tiny Ghostbusters to fight him off.
It’s 2016, and things are looking pretty grim. As prognosticators of the future, io9 is here to assess the present, and remind everyone that as bad things are, they can always get much, much worse—and they are much, much worse in mirror universes and parallel worlds. Here are 16 alternate realities that make the…
Mattel is reporting that sales of its new line of Ghostbusters toys—the ones based on the remake featuring all female leads—have been impressive among both boys and girls and “exceeded expectations.”
Blitzway has officially revealed its upcoming lineup of sixth-scale Ghostbusters figures based on the cast from the original film, and just like how the characters were trapped in that evil painting at the end of Ghostbusters 2, there’s a good chance these actors have been somehow imprisoned in these impossibly…
There’s a certain moment with Chris Hemsworth’s Kevin in the new Ghostbusters that was a pretty well-kept secret up to the film’s release—and a pretty ridiculous moment, at that. Also ridiculous? It apparently cost the production a lot of money.
In a perfect world, Leslie Jones would’ve spent her Monday celebrating the release of her new childhood-ruining movie, Ghostbusters: Attack of the Feminmiminismsists, but instead she’s putting up with some bullshit on Twitter. Monday night, Jones exposed and called out the insanely racist abuse she’s been receiving.
If you saw Ghostbusters this weekend, we hope you stayed throughout the credits. Not only were there some good laughs during them, but there’s also a shocking revelation at the very end of them. We talked to the film’s director and producer all about it what it means for the future of the Ghostbusters.
Be prepared for bustin’ to make you feel good once more. Following its opening weekend at the box office, the new Ghostbusters movie is apparently already doing well enough that a sequel is all but guaranteed.
The kind marketing executives of Coca-Cola blessed the Earth with the return of Hi-C Ecto Cooler for a limited time this summer. Gizmodo obtained a couple boxes of the precious potion, and guess what we did. We added booze.
Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters is a film for anyone who ever watched the first Ghostbusters and thought, “I wish they got to use their guns more.” It’s bigger, brighter, and louder—the sort of movie that features the Ghostbusters shooting ghosts in slow motion set to the iconic theme song. It’s also incredibly funny. The…
Apparently some people are angry that the new Ghostbusters movie has “ruined their childhood.” But I must confess that this came as a shock to me. Because either these people discovered a way to travel back to the 1980s... or they don’t understand how the simple progression of time works.
A third Ghostbusters movie arrives in theaters this week, after decades of trying to revive the comedy sci-fi series. But for many fans, including some of the folks who made Ghostbusters, the third movie was a 2009 video game.
Whether or not Ghostbusters is going to be released in China is still up for debate. But whether or not the alternate name is awesome is not.
At first, Paul Feig didn’t want to make a Ghostbusters movie at all. When Ivan Reitman, the co-writer and director of the original film, called him to discuss directing a new one, he was flattered... and he was still ready to say “No.”
This weekend, one of the producers of Ghostbusters declared the franchise would be “endless.” But there’s a long way to go before Sony decides to make an official Ghostbusters Cinematic Universe.
More names enter the running for the Flash movie’s lead female role. A familiar foe is confirmed for the next season of Gotham. Get a close look at the cast of Suicide Squad. Plus, tons of new footage from Ghostbusters and Jason Bourne, and a new clip from Pete’s Dragon. To me, my Spoilers!