Ernie Hudson looks back on his disappointment with the original film, and shares his thoughts on Paul Feig's reboot, and 'Afterlife'.
The George Michael-inspired rom com is a Christmas cracker at the box office.
Paul Feig’s latest film has not been given an easy ride by critics.
His fans have been clamouring for him to be the next James Bond ever since Crazy Ruch Asians.
Clarke, who suffered two brain aneurysms, says, "I didn't like doing" hospital scene in new festive movie.
The romantic comedy features the music of George Michael.
Paul Feig has opened up about his comedy preferences, explaining why he prefers female over male humour.
From the real-life person who inspired Michelle Yeoh’s character to Feig's take on the 'Die Hard' debate.
The new song is “amazing” Feig tells Yahoo, and will run in its entirety at the very end of the film.
Reitman came under fire for saying his new "Ghostbusters" movie would "hand the [franchise] back to fans."
Feig is upset he won't get to do a sequel to his 2016 all-female version.
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke and “Crazy Rich Asians” breakout Henry Golding are set to star in Universal Pictures and Paul Feig’s latest comedy “Last Christmas.” Feig will direct with Emma Thompson and Bryony Kimmings penning the screenplay. While project details are being kept under wraps, the pic is described as a holiday romance […]
Director said that the burden didn't help the movie's prospects.
It looks as though those Ghostbusters reshoots didn't cost over $30 million after all...
It appears that all was not well between Dan Akyroyd and director Paul Feig on the rebooted ‘Ghostbusters’ movie.
The director reckons that he was surprised by the anger that the all-female version caused among fans of the original.
In an interview with io9, franchise executive producer defends performance of 2016 female-led reboot, believes there's still demand for future films
The ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot may have failed to ignite the box office, but plans to turn it into a franchise are carrying on regardless… at least, according to original ‘Ghostbusters’ creator, Ivan Reitman. “There’s going to be many other Ghostbusters movies,” he told the Mr. Wavvy podcast (via comicbook.com). Although ‘Ghostbusters’ turned out a lot better than some fans expected, it failed to get the kind of numbers you might expect to secure itself a sequel.
The release of ‘Ghostbusters’ earlier this summer brought out the worst in movie fans as over-zealous fans of the original and downright misogynists criticised the film, even though most of them hadn’t even seen it when they decided to attack it. Director Paul Feig has been uploading the various images and videos of individuals in their ‘Ghostbusters’ costumes that have been sent his way, admitting that just the sight of them gets him a little emotional. This was especially true of a video that was shared by Robin Shelby, who voiced Lady Slimer in ‘Ghostbusters’, and showed several people in cosplay and costume at Grand Rapids Comic Con.
On top of this, ‘Ghostbusters: Answer The Call’ will also boast an extended edition with 15 minutes worth of deleted material, plus over an hour of alternate and extended scenes in the extras of the digital download release. No confirmation yet on whether the film will be entitled ‘Ghostbusters: Answer The Call’ for its UK home entertainment release in November.
Having had his fingers burnt by the wrong end of a proton pack in remaking ‘Ghostbusters’, director Paul Feig has said he’s got no plans to remake any more movie classics. The ‘Bridesmaids’ helmsman took an astonishing amount of flack for daring to retool the 1984 movie, not least because of doing so with a female cast. – Great Wall director on Matt Damon whitewashing controversy – Daisy Ridley quits Instagram after abuse – Clint Eastwood will vote for Trump Asked if he’d consider remaking another revered film, he told The Huffington Post unequivocally: “No, no, no. No, I will not. ...
It’s been announced that Paul Feig’s next film will tantalisingly be entitled ‘Supermodel Snowpocalypse’.
A ‘Ghostbusters’ sequel is coming. During an interview with The Wrap, Sony Pictures distribution chief Rory Bruer said that a ‘Ghostbusters’ sequel will happen… but it’s not official, yet. “The ‘Ghostbusters’ world is alive and well,” he explained.
‘Ghostbusters’ director Paul Feig has been discussing the sexual orientation of Kate McKinnon’s character Jillian Holtzmann, and it appears that she is indeed as gay as she seems. Chatting with The Daily Beast, and when asked about her Holtzmann being a lesbian, he first asks reporter Jen Yamato 'what do you think?’, before offering up 'a grinning, silent nod’. “You know, Kate is who she is and I love the relationship between Kate and Melissa’s characters.
Of course, the ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot has proved to be pretty controversial since it was first announced… with many viewers down-voting the YouTube trailer after its release. After all, the original ‘Ghostbusters’ was a huge part of many fans childhoods. “Individually and together, they’re as unique as Bill Murray and [Dan] Aykroyd and [Harold] Ramis and [Ernie] Hudson were.