It’s been a while since any news of Ghostbusters 3 has surfaced, and we figured it finally just died and we’d never hear anything further about it again.
At this point, you could probably write a book about the never-ending saga of Ghostbusters 3 that would be the length of an old-fashioned Manhattan phone book.
Just when you thought they were in, now they’re back out.
We’ve reported on the seemingly endless saga of Ghostbusters 3 many times, to the point where I’ve wondered if this will be the most written about movie that won't ever get made.
Veteran Hollywood director Ivan Reitman helmed the original Ghostbusters, and as we all know by now, Dan Aykroyd’s really been chomping at the bit for another round.
After years of suspense, the third Ghostbusters film is finally happening, but it was greenlit without one of the original stars.
So much ink has been spilled in recent months about a possible third Ghostbusters movie which may never eben see the light of day.
In recent months, there's been speculation and fan reaction - both pro and con - about Ghostbusters 3, which may or may not get made one of these days.
In the fall of 2011, IDW Comics kicked off a new line of Ghostbusters comics, starting from Issue #1 in September. Issue #4 hit store shelves in December.
Bill Murray has reportedly angered the Ghostbusters creative team, prompting them to remove the veteran actor from the development process of the long-awaited third film.
Legendary Pictures has purchased the script for Spectral from screenwriter Ian Fried. Although the film has no official synopsis yet, the word is the movie is essentially a darker take on the classic Ghostbusters story.
One of my fondest memories growing up was seeing my first R rated movie, Animal House, when it was the hottest thing since sliced bread in 1978.
Word has been circulating around the 'Net for a while, but now it's confirmed that Columbia will be re-releasing Ghostbusters on October 13, redone in 2K digital and 5.1 surround sound.
Dan Aykroyd, a long-time comedy veteran, recently made an appearance on Denis Miller’s radio show. Miller, of course, could not resist asking Aykroyd about the future of the Ghostbusters franchise.
Bernie Brillstein remembers the day Dan Ackroyd came to his office and reminded him about a project he'd been working on - which was originally called Ghostsmashers.
IDW Comics and Sony Pictures have announced they are working on a monthly line to be based on the popular ghost-fighting team.