Patients at a Boston hospital were pleasantly surprised when the Ghostbusters remake cast popped in for a visit.
The cast of the upcoming Ghostbusters remake delighted the patients at a Boston hospital on Saturday (1st August) when they visited in full costume. The stars of director Paul Feig’s all female remake of the 1980s classic – Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones - chatted and posed for photographs with the patients.
Melissa McCarthy at the London premiere of Spy in May 2015.
With an all female reboot on the way, the original ‘Ghostbusters’ cast has come together for the cover of Entertainment Weekly.
It may have been 30 years since the first Ghostbusters movie hit the big screen, but the franchise is still as popular and beloved as ever. But while the original cast will sadly not be reuniting for a third movie, they have all managed to come together again to grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s ‘Reunions’ issue.
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The veteran actor was asked about the various scripts circulated over the last 25 years.
For many years, Bill Murray has held out on the possibility of a third Ghostbusters movie without explaining why. In an interview with Variety, however, the veteran actor finally opened up as to the specific reservations he had over such a project.
Bill Murray opened up slightly about the third Ghostbusters film and why he keeps holding out
The interview was conducted primarily to promote Murray’s upcoming comedy St. Vincent, but discussion turned to the Ghostbusters movie after it was announced last week that the much-loved ‘80s franchise will be returning for a third instalment with an all-female ghostbusting ensemble.
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'Bridesmaids' director Paul Feig is in charge of the new project, which will feature an all-women Ghostbusters team.
Prepare to be excited, movie nerds! A third Ghostbusters movie has been confirmed as a real, actual thing, and will be directed by Paul Feig. The Bridesmaids director said on Wednesday that the new ghost-hunting team would be all female, and star “hilarious women” in the key roles.
Ghostbusters 3 has been green-lit, and will be directed by Bridesmaids' Paul Feig
Feig will be working with The Heat’s scriptwriter Katie Dippold on the third instalment in the much-loved franchise. He took to Twitter to make the announcement, saying: "It's official. I'm making a new Ghostbusters & writing it with @katiedippold & yes, it will star hilarious women. That's who I'm gonna call.”
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Ghostbusters 3 will start shooting next year. But does anyone care anymore? And will it work without Bill Murray and the late Harold Ramis?
The Ghostbusters theme song is a ubiquitous facet of popular culture, instilled in the minds of multiple generations to whom the opening strains of Ray Parker Jr’s unmistakably 80’s smash-hit is as instantly recognisable as the theme from such definite works of mass entertainment as Top Gun or Baywatch. In fact, amongst the younger generation, the song is probably more recognisable and iconic than the films themselves as today’s youth remain largely unaware of the context surrounding Ghostbuster’s initial impact upon popular culture itself. With that in mind, is a new Ghostbuster’s film that will arrive over a quarter of a decade after its predecessor really an informed move on the part of the producers that are behind yet another re-boot of a classic Hollywood franchise?
Bill Murray seems more interested in crashing weddings than appearing in the new Ghostbusters film.
Continue reading: Does Anyone Still Care About Ghostbusters 3?
Cooper - Now it's the ghosts that should be scared on Halloween! - United States - Wednesday 30th October 2013
Dan Aykroyd and Ghostbusters Tuesday 4th October 2011 Actor Dan Aykroyd unveils Ghostbusters slot machine and cuts ribbon at The Global Gaming Expo 2011 held at the Sands Convention Center Las Vegas, Nevada