Jason Reitman, son of director Ivan Reitman, is set to direct a new Ghostbusters movie ignoring Paul Feig’s reboot that Leslie Jones says is insulting.
Sony Pictures in a surprise move on Wednesday revealed production of a brand new Ghostbusters movie has secretly begun with the release of a teaser trailer.
An original Ghostbusters actor from the 1984 film made his feelings known on British television as to what his true feelings really are when it comes to the director of the 2016 reboot.
2016 is gone and 2017 has arrived so what are my top movies and what are my worst movies that I was able to see in 2016?
For our 24th Podcast we here at Reggie’s Take review two movies that have recently hit theaters as we give our thoughts on if they’re worth viewing.
Here at Reggie’s Take our twenty-first Podcast is up and online as my guest and I take a look at the latest X-Men movie, Apocalypse.
On this the 16th edition of Reggie’s Take Podcast my guest and I are talking about the Indiana Jones franchise returning for a fifth time, the new Ghostbusters movie and Shane Black and the Predator.
I still haven’t decided how I feel about the new “Ghostbusters” movie, but the posters that were released yesterday gives you that feeling these girls are not to be taken lightly.
Later this year on Labor Day weekend, Sony will be bringing one of its most beloved comedies back to the theaters for a one week run.
Ghostbusters a 1984 comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis turns thirty years old this Sunday.
Artist drawings of movie posters and their interpretation of those movies, check them out and see if there are any you like.
Dr. Raymond Stantz: [sigh of resignation] It’s the Stay-Puft Marshmallow man. Dr. Peter Venkman: [while seeing Stay-Puft walk towards the building and the Ghostbusters] Well, that’s something you don’t see every day.