Channing Tatum says the Gambit movie is still on its way. Legion casts a Wonder Woman star as its major villain. The first look at Fahrenheit 451 is here. Plus, a better look at Iron Man’s armor in Infinity War, a new yet weirdly familiar Justice League picture, and the name of the next season of American Horror Story…
Three years ago, two sets of NYC-based heroes met up to defeat a supernatural menace in an IDW comic miniseries. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Ghostbusters are doing it again this November, with some very... interesting action figures to match.
The world can be a pretty crappy place, but one thing everyone agrees on is that making the dreams of sick kids come true is incredibly awesome. And that’s what recently happened for an eight-year-old Iowa boy named Braeden Rios.
Oh, sweet spirit. On the one hand, we’ve got Dan Aykroyd being extremely negative about Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters. On the other we’ve got Ivan Reitman being extremely positive about what he’d like to do with the Ghostbusters franchise in the future. Neither of them make much sense, but there’s something much nicer…
Casting rumors swirl around X-Men: Dark Phoenix, a star has been found for the Bumblebee Transformers spinoff, and a good look at Donald Glover’s Lando Calrissian mustache. Plus, a Doctor Horrible reunion is coming to A Series of Unfortunate Events. Spoilers ahead!
Although Playmobil has existed for over 40 years, it’s only recently that the toy line has expanded to include licensed properties. That’s not necessarily a bad thing; we just wish the company’s new Ghostbusters line had existed 33 years ago when we were originally obsessed with the movie and desperate for …
Ghostbusters star and co-writer Dan Aykroyd may have praised the reboot when it came out last year, but it seems he’s got one lingering gripe.
Greeting, my Global Express Guaranteed packages of fun. Sorry “Postal Apocalypse” is a day late, but this time I did an extra extra-long version to make up for it—you get a free 50 percent more of my shenanigans! This week: The future of Batfleck! The future of Ghostbusters! The future of the Star Wars prequels! And…
When something is well-written, it’s not uncommon to hear someone refer to it as “Shakespeare.” For example, hypothetically, someone might say, “The script for Ghostbusters was so good, it’s like Shakespeare.” But what if Ghostbusters actually was written by Shakespeare?
Hopefully, this opens the door for a Jurassic Park and Ghostbusters crossover.
At Ghost Corps, the Ghostbusters office on the Sony Pictures lot in Los Angeles, franchise co-creator Ivan Reitman admits the most recent film was a disappointment. And yet the Ghostbusters are not dead, and do not need to be busted themselves. Not by a long shot.
Later this week, Ghostbusters 101 is setting up a pan-universal crossover between the original Ghostbusters team and the crew from the 2016 movie—but before that, we’ve got to see what Patty, Holtzmann, Erin, and Abby have been up to since the events of their film. Our exclusive preview of issue one does just that.
The Stranger Things kids were already adorable enough. But now they’re dressed up in Ghostbusters costumes for Halloween and I don’t think anyone could be adequately prepared for just how cute it actually is.
First teased back in June of last year, we got our first official photos of some of the new Playmobil Ghostbusters sets a little later in the year in October. But as the toys move closer to finally being available come May of this year, Playmobil is revealing all of the details at the Nuremberg International Toy Fair…
This year had a lot of great and good movies that I thoroughly enjoyed. It’s just too bad we didn’t really get even one good bad-ass car chase or epic car stunt, or even a decent custom car, to nerd out over in movies released in 2016.
A surprising DC hero and villain meet for lunch. Spider-Man’s Tom Holland puts in an unexpected mask in an unexpected place. Plus, a clue about the future of Ghostbusters, the DC/CW names the Legion of Doom, and The Librarians continues to delight us with its insanity. Out stockings were stuffed with spoilers, and…
On the big screen, we’re never going to see the classic Ghostbusters team partner up with the crew from the latest movie. But anything can happen in comics, so the Avengers moment of the Ghostbusters world is taking place in a new miniseries starting next March.
In movies, there’s usually a moment where everything clicks. Where the image, emotion, and sound meet in perfect harmony and no matter what happens before or after, you realize you are in love with this moment. The cinema of 2016 had plenty of these moments, and we picked our 16 favorites.
If you didn’t realize that Hi-C’s re-release of Ecto Cooler was a limited release, well, it was just made very clear on Facebook.
The ending of the original Ghostbusters movie is inarguably epic. A giant marshmallow man terrorizes New York City, after all. But the scene was originally going to be MUCH bigger, and now you can get a sneak peek at what might have been.