It actually makes us feel bad for a couple reasons, first and foremost being that the song is just not very good. But even more unfortunately, we fully expect a legion of jackasses to flood the internet and blame this on the fact that the new Ghostbusters movie stars women.
Having apparently run out of fairy tales to retell, those gilded Little Golden Books that probably graced your bookshelves as a child have two new tomes coming out in the fall that adorably tell the stories of both the original and new specter-battling Ghostbusters.
Tyler Hoechlin talks about what he hopes to bring to playing Superman in Supergirl. Melissa McCarthy is up for doing more Ghostbusters. Marc Guggenheim teases how Legends of Tomorrow’s villains will be a slow burn in comparison to Vandal Savage. Plus, find out when all the DC/CW TV shows are returning. Spoilers Now!
More details about the return of Samurai Jack emerge. The Tales from the Crypt reboot is taking an unorthodox approach to getting story ideas. Wicked is finally being turned into a movie. Plus, tons of new Ghostbusters TV spots, and details on the return of Gotham and Lucifer. To me, my Spoilers!
Roland Emmerich talks about the Stargate reboot. Winona Ryder offers glum prospects for Beetlejuice 2. Plus, teases for Blindspot’s return, more Suicide Squad footage, and more stills from the return of Zoo. To me, my Spoilers!
Lego and Ghostbusters is usually all it takes to get someone to watch your stop-motion animated film. But this short from Digital Wizards Studios—made from $100,000 worth of Lego bricks animated over 2,000 hours—also features numerous cameos from The Simpsons, Doctor Who, Batman, Star Wars, Marvel, and Scooby-Doo.…
Wild speculation about who could be tipped to play Superman on Supergirl. The Flash is casting a secretive new rival for Barry Allen. Shane Black reveals where the next Predator movie settles into the timeline. Plus, goofy new info from Ghostbusters and Independence Day, while Gotham casts another comic book…
As Lego Dimensions, the video game that mashes up all of your favorite pop-culture franchises, moves into its second year, the toymaker is pulling out all the stops when it comes to introducing new characters, worlds, and vehicles. If you thought you could give your credit card a rest after the first series, you’re so…
In the latest Ghostbusters featurette, not only does the cast and crew speak lovingly about the new and old Ecto-1, but we actually see a lot more of its upcoming in-movie history. I don’t think it’s going to shock people to know that Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon) is behind a lot of the changes.
Sebastian Stan hints at which Marvel movie we’ll see Bucky Barnes in next. Stephen Amell explains how Arrow’s fifth season will tackle part of Oliver Queen’s history. Jeff talks Thor: Ragnarok. Plus, a brief snippet of new Ghostbusters footage. To me, my Spoilers!
You know how people often complain that the hojillion TV spots any big movie receives these days often let you see most of the damn film before it’s even out? This latest TV spot for Ghostbusters features a scene that was probably best saved for the movie.
Earlier this week we got a great look at the new Ghostbusters, but only the tiniest glimpse of the movie’s big new bad guy (bad ghost?). This new international trailer, however, gives us a few more jokes, a snifter of new footage, and a much clearer look at the dead, dapper foe.
The first trailer for the new Ghostbusters focused on this new group of heroes coming together as a team, but our latest look at the film dives a bit deeper into the story, and delivers a whole lot of Ghostbustin’ badassery to boot.
You’ll get a lot more respect from other cosplayers when you can confidently say you built your own props. But for those us lacking the requisite skills to do so, Anovos has a new build-it-yourself Ghostbusters Proton Pack kit up for pre-order that ensures your results will still look movie-accurate—and not like a…
Mark Millar adds another comic book movie adaptation to his collection. Legends of Tomorrow casts more heroes for season two. Les Moonves talks about the Star Trek TV show’s release schedule. Kevin Smith will return to The Flash. Plus new images from X-Men Apocalypse, and Melissa McCarthy on Ghostbusters. Spoilers Now!
The team behind Deadpool 2 talk about Cable’s role in the film. Joe Russo teases Stan Lee’s cameo in Civil War. Gotham teases the return of Fish Mooney. Plus, a new clip from X-Men Apocalypse, a ton of new Civil War stills, and new details on Lego’s next Star Wars series. To me, my Spoilers!
We’ll take any chance to see more of what the new Ghosbusters film is going to be like. This new behind-the-scenes featurette not only contains a bunch of new footage, but also happens to showcase Hemsworth’s hapless assistant Kevin being both sexy and moronic.
Goosebumps 2 is officially happening. The Borderlands movie gets a writer. Carice van Houten talks about that big Game of Thrones reveal. Elizabeth Banks gets her villain on in new Power Rangers set footage. Plus, new clips from Civil War and Agents of SHIELD, and new Ghostbusters promo pictures. To me, my Spoilers!
Oh joyous day! Sing, choir of angels! Just do something jubilant, because those kind executives over at the Coca-Cola company have kindly—benevolently allowed us another chance to purchase the greatest non-alcoholic beverage of all time, Ecto Cooler, just in time for the new Ghostbusters movie to premiere on July 15.
Summer movie season is upon us! That means four straight months of Hollywood’s splashiest films, released in rapid succession like a battle royale for box-office domination. But which of these movies is worth your time? Here’s our guide to the 35 genre movies coming this summer.