Hasbro just announced an awesome new way to collect action figures called Hasbro Selfie Series! Launching exclusively on the Hasbro Pulse Mobile App this fall, the custom offering allows fans to create a collector-grade 6-inch action figure in their likeness based on fan-favorite character costume designs from G.I. Joe, Ghostbusters, Power Rangers, Marvel, and Star Wars.Continue reading “Action Figure Fans Can Collect Themselves with Hasbro Selfie Series”
Logan Kim and Celeste O’Connor star in the next chapter of the original Ghostbusters universe, Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Based on the 1984 film Ghostbusters, the new movie will be released exclusively in movie theaters on November 19.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Logan Kim and Celeste O’Connor Talk ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’”
Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace star in the next chapter of the original Ghostbusters universe, Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Wolfhard and Grace play the sibling duo of Trevor and Phoebe. Based on the 1984 film Ghostbusters, the new movie will be released exclusively in movie theaters on November 19.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace on Their New Film, ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’”
Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon star in the next chapter of the original Ghostbusters universe, Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Rudd portrays Mr. Gary Grooberson and Coon takes on the role of Callie. Based on the 1984 classic, the new film will be released exclusively in movie theaters on November 19.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon Discuss ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’”
Keith, Britney, and Dominic are back to celebrate Spider-Man Day, marvel over Scarlett Johansson’s decision to sue Disney, and Dominic’s visit to The Suicide Squad set. Also, shares how he really feels about Snake Eyes and they review the new Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer.Continue reading “Hard NOC Life 228: ScarJo Sues + ‘The Suicide Squad’ Set”
I’ll say this much for the new Ghostbusters film, it’s staying true to the spirit of the franchise. Apparently.
Just as Ernie Hudson got thrown under the bus and treated like garbage during the release of the original Ghostbusters film, Leslie Jones is enduring the same crap in wake of the reboot.
So… The trailer for the new Ghostbusters film hit today. I am a really big fan of the original first film, and I enjoyed the much misunderstood second. I was really looking forward to this reboot. The new (all woman) cast looked stellar. I love the idea of an all-woman ghostbusting squad. I think there are opportunities for a completely different type of humor that would be a welcome relief from the smarmy, white guy charm of the original two films. I damn near broke my tablet trying to watch it.
Nolan had me for a moment, I was deep in space with his crew as they went through a worm hole; into the next galaxy for our new earth. After the film’s release, following tradition in the wake of a Nolan film; debates began. Physicists were referenced and America’s favorite smarty-arty Neil De Grasse Tyson weighed in. I had no problem with any of the alleged technical flaws of the film, I was more concerned with the brother. Matthew whats-his-name and the other Caucasoids left him in space for 23 years?
Originally posted on Salon.com
Like it or not — despite the many, many hectoring jeremiads by the people who fall on the “not” side of the argument — “remake culture” seems to be here to stay. The most anticipated films of the upcoming year are all adaptations of or sequels to works that are decades old.
It’s no secret that we’re huge Ghostbusters fans here at the N.O.C. It’s hard to believe that it’s been three decades since the movie first hit theaters. And to celebrate the occasion — and allow the kids who never got the chance to experience ghostbusting on the big screen, Sony Pictures is re-releasing the film in over 700 theaters across the country.
So before you fire up the Ecto-1 and head to your closest multiplex, here are some places to visit online to get you pumped for the flick.
Oh yeah, and the original Ghostbusters is having an anniversary, too.
Yes, this weekend marks 30 years since that groundbreaking film Ghostbusters was first released. Trust me, I am more than excited for this fact; other than how old that makes me feel, that is. Sony is going all out for this anniversary too. Not only will the film be re-released in theaters this August, but they’re giving us a fully-loaded anniversary edition of the blu-ray in September!
As great as all of this is, I am here to talk about the thing I am actually even more jazzed about. You see, while 2014 is indeed the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters, it’s also the 25th anniversary of Ghostbusters II, aka the greatest sequel in film history. Yeah, that’s right. Sorry Godfather 2 or Empire Strikes Back or The Dark Knight.
Originally posted at BadAzz Mofo
It’s Black History Month. That means it is the one month out of year that everyone is posting the sort stuff I post all the time. And that means that I need to step up my game. For my first (and possibly only) entry for Black History Month 2014, I’ve decided to write about one of the most important African American characters in the history of cinema — Winston Zeddemore. Before any of you roll your eyes and stop reading, hang with me for just a little longer while I explain why a character from the movie Ghostbusters is so important.