Ivan Reitman Has Another Idea For a GHOSTBUSTERS Movie Based on the Comic Book

Comic Books have been a huge hit with films recently. We have so many movies based on comic books coming out. At the same time, we also have seen many comic books based on movies being released. One of those ideas comes from a Ghostbusters comic that Ivan Reitman is saying would make a good movie. It looks like everything is going full circle.

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Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn Staged a Hilarious DODGEBALL Reunion For Charity

After over ten years, Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn reprised their roles of White Goodman and Peter La Fleur from the funny 2004 comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story for charity. They even brought Justin Long and Christine Taylor along for the ride as the Purple Cobras face off with the Average Joes again.

Omaze is the fundraising charity group that organized the event and they released a hilarious promo video giving us all the details. It’s pretty awesome to see all these characters come together again. Basically, the winner of the Omaze drawing will take part in a reenactment of the finale of the movie!

The winner will receive airfare and hotel accommodations to the event where they will have the opportunity to play dodgeball with the teams. They will also get a photograph with everybody, get a custom jersey, and have a pizza party after the game with Ben Stiller.

Proceeds from the drawing will benefit the Stiller Foundation, which the actor founded that helps children by providing them with educational opportunities, primarily in Haiti. If you’re a huge fan of the Dodgeball movie, you’ver got to try and get in on this!

Ivan Reitman Says He’s Still Developing Multiple GHOSTBUSTERS Films for Sony Pictures

After director Paul Feig‘s Ghostbusters reboot crashed and burned, I wasn’t sure if Sony Pictures would still want to move forward with their plans of building up the franchise. According to original Ghostbusters director and producer Ivan Reitman, It doesn’t sound like they’ve given up on it yet. In fact, Reitman is actively developing these films for the studio.

 

When talking to io9 about a Ghostbusters VR experience they are developing, Reitman opened up about his thoughts on the reboot and where the franchise is headed:

“We certainly would’ve loved to have a larger hit. But considering the last film was almost 30 years ago, it really did extremely well. I think the film cost too much, frankly, and that’s the real issue. I personally had other points of view in terms of where the film should go and it was kind of a continuous conversation with Paul [Feig] about that. But Paul was the filmmaker on this one and he’s a very talented director. I wanted to give him enough room to do the film he thought it should be.”

As far as what they’ve got cooking up for future films in the franchise, Reitman immediately brought up the animated film that was announced back in 2015:

“We jumped into an animated film [after the last movie] and we are developing live-action films. I want to bring all these stories together as a universe that makes sense within itself. Part of my job right now is to do that.”

There’s no information on these new Ghostbusters films or when they will come out, but the producer hopes that the animated movie will be released in 2019-2020. He said:

“It depends on on how fast we can get it all together. It’s hard to make an animated film.”

I actually don’t mind the fact that Reitman and Sony are looking to develop more Ghostbusters movies. I just hope that next time around that actually make a great movie. Hell, they can even bring back all the female Ghostbusters if they want, I just hope they have a better sense of story and character development next time around. And of course, cut back on the silly slapstick comedy antics.

I believe that with the right talent involved there could be another great Ghostbusters film one day. The big question is, will they get the right talent on board when they decide to move forward with these projects.

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Kevin Smith: no ‘Clerks’ and ‘Mallrats’ sequels, new ‘Jay and Silent Bob’ film

Kevin Smith is taking the View Askewniverse in a new direction.

In a lengthy Facebook post, the director of Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Mallrats revealed future plans for his film universe. Smith admitted much-coveted sequels to Mallrats and the third Clerks film had been canned for various reasons and that Jay and Silent Bob were getting a new installment. Continue reading

Proof That SUPER TROOPERS 2 is Really Finally Happening


The original Super Troopers performed very well on DVD after its debut fifteen years ago, and after years of talk about a sequel, we finally have solid, concrete proof that Super Troopers 2 is finally in the process of filming. Broken Lizard (the comedy troupe responsible for the first movie) is back for the second movie, and they’ve shared the first production photo on their Facebook page: Continue reading

New Ghostbusters Is Funnier & Scarier Than Original Says Biased Person Making a Cameo in Film

New Ghostbusters Is Funnier & Scarier Than Original Says Aykroyd

This should go over like a wheelbarrow full of lead-laced bricks. But shortly after original Ghostbusters star Ernie Hudson tweeted then deleted some disparaging remarks about this summer’s remake, co-creator of the franchise Dan Aykroyd stepped into shower praise on director Paul Feig’s hugely criticized summer blockbuster. Some are claiming that Sony is holding a gun to Danny’s head, demeaning that he speak highly of the movie on social media. Other’s are now slamming Aykroyd for his personal thoughts, just because they don’t mesh with the very loud critics coming out against the movie. We still have a month and a half left before we get to judge for ourselves. Continue reading

New Info on BILL & TED 3, Which Is Reportedly Set in the UK

After years of talk and work to develop a script for Bill & Ted 3, it looks like it’s actually getting close to production. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter have been very vocal about how excited they are for this movie – especially Alex Winter. Let’s face it – one of these gentlemen starred in three Matrix and two John Wick movies, and the other… just waited my table at Applebee’s.  In a recent interview with Forbes, Winter says it’s only a matter of time. Continue reading

New Images from Pete’s Dragon, Star Trek: Beyond, Ghostbusters, and The BFG

‘Galaxy Quest 2’ Was in the Works Before Alan Rickman Died

'Galaxy Quest 2' Was in the Works Before Alan Rickman DiedSome interesting movie news has come to light recently in the wake of Alan Rickman’s death. According to Sam Rockwell via The Guardian, Rickman’s passing quelled talk of a sequel to 1999’s Galaxy Quest, a revelation that’s sure to disappoint the film’s cult base. The sequel was moving forward at Amazon with original castmates Rickman, Rockwell, Sigourney Weaver, and Tim Allen in talks to reappear. Continue reading