After many years, Mattel no longer has the rights to make Ghostbusters toys. Diamond Select are picking up where they left off with a new line of toys, but before the era of Mattel is over, there’s one parting gift: and perfectly, it’s the dearly missed Harold Ramis.
Hollywood has refused to give up on the idea of a new Ghostbusters sequel for decades now. But even the recent passing of original star and screenwriter Harold Ramis hasn't derailed the project, as director Ivan Reitman is reportedly meeting with Sony to discuss how to adapt the script following Ramis' death.
Harold Ramis — director and co-writer of Groundhog Day and the brains behind the Ghostbusters operation, died today from complications related to auto-immune inflammatory vasculitis. He was 69.
With a new Ghostbusters script soon to be finished, we've been hearing that the franchise will introduce a whole new generation of Ghostbusters, with Venkman and co. passing the torch. But one more veteran is coming back: director Ivan Reitman.
A weird old guy gets Michael Keaton into a gown and tells him to put his feet in the stirrups, in the only science fictional sequence from 1996's Multiplicity. Then the machines whir and a lumpy body starts to form, slowly solidifying into a perfect adult clone of Keaton, with all his memories. It's a weirdly…
Ernie Hudson hopes the new Ghostbusters video game coming out next year means Ghostbusters 3 will be haunting theaters. The game features Hudson's voice, along with the voices of Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd, who wrote the game. The fact that Aykroyd was able to assemble all the original talent for this…