Ghostbusters release date

With leads Kristen WiigMelissa McCarthyKate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones more or less in place, Paul Feig‘s Ghostbusters has finally set a date. Sony will open the horror-comedy reboot on July 22, 2016. Warner Bros.’ King Arthur and Lionsgate’s Power Rangers are also slated for that weekend.

Feig shared the Ghostbusters release date on Twitter:

Kate Dippold co-wrote the Ghostbusters script with Feig. It’ll be a reboot of the classic property, rather than a sequel — though Feig is apparently leaving the door open for original cast members like Bill Murray to return.

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Paranormal Activity

Paramount’s horror lineup is getting a shakeup. The studio has pushed back Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension into the Halloween season, while the Friday the 13th reboot moves from this fall to next spring. Meanwhile, The Ring reboot Rings claims a late 2015 premiere date.

Get the new Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension release date and other details after the jump.  Read More »

Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol

Ethan Hunt will be embarking on his next adventure a bit earlier than expected. Paramount has bumped up Mission: Impossible 5 by five months to summer 2015. Meanwhile, Monster Trucks is being delayed by seven months so it can take Mission: Impossible 5‘s old Christmas 2015 berth.

More details on the Mission Impossible 5 release date change after the jump.  Read More »

Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Grimsby’ Delayed to 2016

THE DICTATOR

Aside from a small cameo in Anchorman 2, Sacha Baron Cohen hasn’t been seen on the big screen since 2012. And that’s not going to change this year, either, as his soccer hooligan comedy Grimsby has just been moved to 2016. More on the new Grimsby release date after the jump. Read More »

‘Louie’ Season 5 Sets Premiere Date

Louie

Here’s hoping you didn’t have any social engagements for April, because the April TV calendar is getting more crowded by the day. FX has set the Louie Season 5 premiere for Thursday, April 9 at 10:30 PM. The new season will consist of eight episodes.

According to star/creator Louis C.K., the series is headed toward a lighter tone after the heaviness of Season 4. “This season is more laugh-centric funny than season four,” he said. “I had a very playful and goofy feeing going into this season.”

Also debuting in April are Game of Thrones Season 5, Veep Season 4, and Silicon Valley Season 2 on HBO; Mad Men Season 7 Part 2 on AMC; Orphan Black Season 3 on BBC America; and Daredevil Season 1 on Netflix.

Chris Hemsworth In The Heart of the Sea

Briefly: Anyone hoping to see a new Ron Howard movie soon is about to have a bad day. Warner Bros. has delayed In The Heart of the Sea, starring Chris Hemsworth, from March 13 to December 11. No reason was given but you’d imagine Howard wants some more time to finish the film. The Liam Neeson action film Run All Night has moved up into the original slot. [The Wrap]

When Marnie Was There US release

We don’t have to wait too long to see Studio Ghibli’s latest film in the US. When Marnie Was There, which premiered in Japan last summer, has been acquired by GKIDS, the same label that released The Tale of the Princess Kaguya and From Up on Poppy Hill. The When Marnie Was There US release date is broadly set for Spring 2015. Revisit the trailer below. Read More »

‘Avatar’ Sequels Delayed By One Year to 2017

Avatar

In a move that will surprise no one, James Cameron has revealed that the Avatar sequels will be pushed back by one year. That means Avatar 2 will be out in 2017, followed by Avatars 3 and 4 in 2018 and 2019. “We were probably a bit ambitious,” he admitted of the original release dates. More details on the Avatar sequels delay after the jump. Read More »

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