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‘Ghostbusters’ Co-founder Ivan Reitman Thinks He Can “Fix” the ‘Ghostbusters’ Franchise

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Dan Aykroyd's recent statements about his disappointment of the Ghostbusters reboot seemed to spell the end of the franchise. This may not be true, according to Ivan Reitman, Ghostbusters co-founder. Reitman thinks he may have a plan how the Ghostbusters universe might be saved, and how it wouldn't involve another reboot. Reitman took the higher road

Why is Gender Equality Being Fought in Ghostbusters?

Ghostbusters, Columbia Pictures

Pardon me for being a snob but why are people doing battle over a terrible film? History's great battles are usually fought for higher reasons in more grand places. Let's get something straight right away. Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing wrong with the casting of actresses in the

Initial Reviews are Out for ‘Ghostbusters’ Reboot

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The first reviews for the upcoming Paul Feig (Bridesmaids) reboot of Ghostbusters are out, and they a bit of a surprise. Most of the reviews are not gleaming, nor are they horrible. Most of the reviews say that the cast of the film was fine, but at times the movie felt more

What Ever Happened to ‘Ghostbusters 3’?

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For the last 20 years, there have been rumors swirling of a potential 3rd Ghostbusters film, and every year the rumor would resurface setting the geek forums on fire. Then, every year the buzz would die off. There was never any real reason the film wouldn't be successful, and Ghostbusters fans are some of

Ghostbusters TV Spot: Slimer Has a Partner in Crime?

Ghostbusters, Columbia Pictures

Ghostbusters is still 9 days away, but the media campaign for the film is going strong. There is a new television spot online, and it showcases the classic character, Slimer. It appears that he has a new partner to help him do his ghostly deeds. The television spot also features a lot

Channing Tatum ‘Ghostbusters’ Film Officially Dead

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Last year, word came that there was not only one Ghostbusters film, but two films in the works at Sony Pictures. One of them was an all-female cast reboot (led by Paul Feig), and then other was an all-male film led by Channing Tatum. The winner of this race to the

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