Director Paul Feig has been revealing quite a bit from his forthcoming Ghostbusters reboot that’s currently shooting in New York City. We’ve already seen the new proton packs (with added specs to help cosplayers), the new Ecto-1, and a shot of Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones all suited up and ready to bust ghosts.
But we still didn’t know what characters the ladies were playing. That changed yesterday when Feig replied to a request to reveal the character names on Twitter from a Ghostsbusters fan and charity organization. Find out the new Ghostbusters character names after the jump! Read More »
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Since Paul Feig‘s reboot of Ghostbusters doesn’t have any narrative ties to the original franchise, we won’t be seeing any characters from the iconic films popping up. But that doesn’t mean some of the stars of the 1984 Ghostbusters are out of the running.
In fact, Dan Aykroyd has just announced that he was on the set of Ghostbusters today shooting a scene with Kristen Wiig. And there are even details as to what kind of character he’s playing in the movie. Find out more about the Dan Aykroyd Ghostbusters cameo after the jump! Read More »
Here it is. We’ve seen the costumes and proton packs from the new Ghostbusters, directed by Paul Feig. We’ve seen the film’s new ride, and paparazzi photos have shown the cast — Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones — on set. Now there’s an official image of the Ghostbusters crew all geared up to unleash some dangerous tech and throw a few ghosts into traps. It’s great, have a look below. Read More »
Ghostbusters reboot director Paul Feig has been tweeting out photos from the set of the new film. First it was the new Ghostbusters uniforms, then it was the proton packs, and now he’s posted a photo of the new Ghostbusters vehicle. What does the new ECTO-1 look like? Hit the jump and find out.
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Last week director Paul Feig revealed images of the new gear that Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones would be wearing in the reboot of Ghostbusters. We got a glimpse of the new jumpsuits and also the proton packs they’ll be wearing, though we haven’t seen the stars suited up just yet.
But Ghostbusters fans are eager to get suited up in the new gear on their own as they’ve been asking Feig on Twitter to get a better look at the proton packs, so they can build their own. And Feig is a pretty nice guy, so he provided some new images with some helpful specs about the size of the neutrino wand and the pack itself. See the Ghostbusters reboot proton pack images below! Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 by Angie Han
Yesterday brought us our first look at the uniforms from Paul Feig‘s Ghostbusters movie, which include combat boots and baggy coveralls. But any Ghostbuster worth their salt knows you’re not fully suited up without a proton pack. So today Feig shared a photo of his version of the spirit-trapping device.
See the new Ghostbusters proton pack image after the jump. Read More »
Paul Feig took to Twitter today to release the first look at the costumes from his upcoming reboot of Ghostbusters. Feig has been shooting in Boston for a couple weeks now and a few set photos have leaked of costumes for cast members such as Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy, but no photos have revealed the new Ghostbuster outfits. Hit the jump to get your first look at the new Ghostbusters uniforms.
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The new Ghostbusters is officially filming in Boston today on its way towards a July 22, 2016 release date. We’ve heard a bunch about the plot of the movie, the characters, and even some of the supporting cast. Now the series’ primary mouthpiece, Dan Aykroyd, has dropped a cryptic tease. We know that this movie, directed by Paul Feig, is a total reboot from the original series, but apparently there will be a link between films old and new. Read Aykroyd’s quote below and see the first Ghostbusters set photos. Read More »
Don’t worry, Ghostbusters, even in the re-imagined version being directed by Paul Feig, still takes place in Manhattan. But the film begins its Boston shoot this week, with night shoots featuring the city’s financial district doubling for New York. The Boston streets will play home to a big battle between ‘busters and ghosts, which also means we’ll probably see some set photos of the new characters in action very soon.
Before any sneaky snaps hit the web, however, a report out of Boston has a few new details on Feig’s movie. Get the new Ghostbusters story details below. Don’t worry about learning everything, however — what we know now is all setup info that will likely be revealed in trailers, at the very least. Read More »