Bringing laughs to a supernatural theme, Ghostbusters is a film brings viewers into the regular life of a Ghost buster. This movie was made in 1984 and it was directed by the well-known director, Ivan Reitman. The movie's story and its dialogue was written by Harold Ramis and Dan Aylacrod. The movie was produced by Ivan Reitman and the creepy-fun music was created by and selected by Elmer Bernstein. This film lasts for 105 minutes, during which the viewers are shown hilarious and scary ghost hunting and even the capturing of a demonic spirit.
The movie's setting is in the heart of New York City; usually in the homes of people who request a ghost removal. Also, some if the movie takes place in a client called Dana's apartment. Other parts of the movie takes place in the Ghostbusters headquarters, otherwise known as the retired firehouse.
The plot of the movie is centered on three weird and neurotic men who work as parapsychologists. They are called Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz and Egon Spencer. These three guys were minding their own business, enjoying their day, when they encountered their very first ghost. Shocked, Peter, Raymond and Egon decided to capture ghosts as their profession. They opened up their headquarters in an old and retired firehouse and they named their new ghost hunting and capturing business, Ghostbusters. At first, the business was slow and they didn't have even a single job or client. They were struggling; their money was dwindling and their hope was crashing down. But one day, the threesome was called by a prestigious hotel called the Sedgwick Hotel. They were asked to examine a potential haunting, and they found a ghost and placed it in a special ghost holding container. They had actually captured their first ghost, and they were happy as could be.
Later, New York had apparently become a paranormal activity hotspot; several clients had contacted the Ghostbusters. There business was a huge success, they had obtained several clients and, as a result, they hired a fourth member for their company.
But, one day a woman called Dana has called the Ghostbusters because she really wanted to get rid of a troublesome sprit. The sprit was a demonic devil worshiper by the name of Zuul. The guys had to tackle their hardest mission and put a stop to the evil spirit. This movie is rated PG because of mild terror.
If you're making a reboot, and you need a star, who ya gonna call? Melissa McCarthy! The "Bridesmaids" star is set to play the lead in the upcoming "Ghostbusters" reboot, as confirmed by director Paul Feig. Feig directed McCarthy in both "The Heat" and "Bridesmaids," so it's hardly a surprise that she's been tapped to star here. After many failed attempts to get a true "Ghostbusters" sequel going, all hopes of a reunion of the original cast vanished when Harold Ramis passed away last year.
Can we make this happen already? As we have mentioned before, a "Ghostbusters 3" is finally in the works, with "Bridesmaids" director Paul Feig unofficially attached to the project. The third installment of the "Ghostbusters" is also potentially getting a major reboot, and featuring women in the main roles. Bill Murray, who played Peter Venkman in the first two classic flicks, was eager to embrace the idea of women picking up the proton packs. "It sounds great to me," he told Access Hollywood.
Grab your Proton Pack, because "Ghostbusters" is coming back! The long-rumored reboot is confirmed as of today, with Paul Feig directing and Kate Dippold writing; that's the same team that brought you "The Heat," so you know the new "Ghostbusters" is going to be funny. The project has gone through many forms as rumors came and went. Originally, there was talk of it being a true sequel to "Ghostbusters 2" and bringing back the original cast of Dan Akroyd, Harold Ramis and Bill Murray.
How great is this news? Paul Feig, who directed the hilarious and woman-centered comedy "Bridesmaids," is in talks to produce a "Ghostbusters" reboot... starring ladies. With the blatant lack of good roles for women in Hollywood these days, this has the potential to be a great springboard for future opportunities, as well as a great laugh. It was previously reported that Feig was in talks for "Ghostbusters 3," but the reboot he is actually up for is unlikely to be a sequel of any kind, and will be written from scratch.
Hey, married people: Betcha think your engagement photos were really cool and original, huh? Well say hello to the best engagement photos of all time. Couple Ashley Donald and Erik Rogers were out in Charleston, South Carolina, enjoying the afternoon and doing their engagement photo shoot with their photographer, Raheel Gauba. Gauba was setting up the couple against a picturesque backdrop when she noticed a change in the couple's demeanor. "When I set up Ashley and Erik, I saw this look of surprise on their faces as they looked over my shoulder," Gauba told HuffPo.
You might think you've been to some awesome bachelor parties, but you haven't been to one that Bill Murray crashed. A video started circulating today of the "Ghostbusters" star showing up unannounced at a South Carolina man's bachelor party, where he began offering marital advice to the attendees. "If you have someone that you think is The One," Murray said, "don't just sort of think in your ordinary mind, 'Okay, let's pick a date. Let's plan this and make a party and get married.
Brace yourselves! In honor of its 30th anniversary, the "Ghostbusters" will be re-released into theaters... However, there's a catch! It's for one day only. August 29th will usher the classic comedy back onto the big screen for one brief glorious day. And, there's more - unfortunately, only 700 theaters will be participating. Cross your fingers (but not the streams) that one of those will be near you! The anniversary celebration will also feature special events, collectible merchandise, and a release on Blu-ray.
After a long, long time in the works, "Ghostbusters 3" has been greenlighted... with one major change. Director Ivan Reitman, who developed the first two iconic films, has withdrawn from the helm and taken on a smaller role as producer. The decision came about after the death of his good friend and "Ghostbusters" alum Harold Ramis. Reitman told Deadline he was never entirely sure about his involvement in the project, and Ramis' death cinched his decision to step down as director.
Harold Ramis, the actor most well known for his role in "Ghostbusters," died early on Monday. He was 69 years old. Ramis' on-camera presence was never more prominent than the role of Dr. Egon Spengler in the 1984 comedy, but he was far more productive behind the camera. His writing credits include some of the most popular comedies of the 1980s, including the films that built the career of his "Ghostbusters" co-star Bill Murray. Along with the "Ghostbusters" films, Ramis wrote or co-wrote "Caddyshack," "Stripes," "Meatballs," and "Groundhog Day," among many others.