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.
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…
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.
Ever since Ghostbusters 2 premiered in 1989, there’s been talk of a third movie. For nearly 20 years, various scripts and ideas and rumors circulated until Paul Feig’s new reboot, opening July 15, finally put the possibility to rest. io9 spoke with original film’s director Ivan Reitman, as well as Feig, about what…
Next week is a big one if you’re a fan of Ghostbusters. The main news, obviously, is the first new movie in over 25 years hitting theaters. What you may not know is there’s a second film coming too. It’s the fan documentary Ghostheads, which will hit Netflix July 15.
The new Ghostbuster film got a bit of help from an MIT Physicist to imagine just how the new proton packs would be built, and that equations on the whiteboards were accurate.
After decades of waiting for a new Ghostbusters movie, here’s your first footage from one. To celebrate the launch of this awesome trailer, we talked with director Paul Feig, producer Ivan Reitman and writer Katie Dippold, and they told us why this trailer reintroduces so many of the things we love.
That’s right, it’s a teaser trailer for a trailer. Our very first look at Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters doesn’t show off much: just shots of New York City, frantic police officers and the Army, as well as a tease of the original’s theme song.
Paul Feig’s upcoming Ghostbusters is simultaneously taking the comedy franchise in a whole new dimension and paying respect to the original. So while Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones are starring, the film is chock full of recognizable cameos too.
Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot has finished shooting and while it’s set in a world where the previous two movies don’t exist, it’s going to pay tribute. Almost every living star of those films has been revealed to have a cameo save for one, Rick Moranis.
Ghostbusters wrapped its shoot yesterday and was joined by one of the remaining actors from the original movies: Ernie Hudson!
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bill Murray will make an appearance in the upcoming reboot of Ghostbusters. The actor portrayed Dr. Peter Venkman in the original 1984 film, and was spotted in Boston, Massachusetts earlier this week, where the film is currently in production.
If there’s one thing we can definitely say about the future of Ghostbusters, it’s that we don’t know what’s going on. The Paul Feig movie is shooting but after that, rumors have continually surfaced then been debunked. Now, the Channing Tatum Chris Pratt team up rumor has risen from its grave.
Director Paul Feig continues to tease us with images of iconic Ghostbusters items, updated for the his new film. The latest is Ecto-1, which Feig tweeted with “#whattheygonnadrive.” It looks pretty great!
There are some major updates from the set of Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters, including the casting of Michael K. Williams, Andy Garcia, Cecily Strong, Matt Walsh... and news anchor Pat Kiernan. Feig has also been having fun on Twitter, giving out more info about the new Proton Pack.
If you and some friends decided to try and make some proton packs from the old Ghostbusters, they’d probably look like the proton backs in the new Ghostbusters.
Director Paul Feig just revealed the costumes for his Ghostbusters film, starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. They’re definitely similar to the ones from the 1984 original film, but have a more realistic, fire fighter vibe to them. But that’s not the only Ghostbusters news today.