GHOSTBUSTER BOOM!

Ghostbusters: Afterlife made its debut over the weekend and proved to be quite the box office champ as it exceeded its early tracking numbers. The sequel grossed $44 million over the weekend which was well ahead of the $30-35 million the film was tracking at ahead of the weekend. The opening is slightly less than … Read moreGHOSTBUSTER BOOM!

Beautiful new GHOSTBUSTERS AFTERLIFE posters

The studio has released two beautiful new Ghostbusters movie posters. The film is still set to release near Thanksgiving, crossing fingers on that, right? There has been quite the build up to this film since it was delayed because of Covid.. Now as its release date is set near the holiday in November, all eyes … Read moreBeautiful new GHOSTBUSTERS AFTERLIFE posters

Studio changes and new release dates announced

Ghostbusters has a July 10, 2020, release date, and Morbius — starring Jared Leto and based on Marvel’s vampire antihero — will come out three weeks later July 31. The July 10 date had been earmarked for a Marvel pic, which turns out was Morbius. Both films have their respective opening weekends to themselves for … Read moreStudio changes and new release dates announced

Jason Reitman to direct GHOSTBUSTERS

Ivan Reitman directed GHOSTBUSTERS… his son Jason will direct the new one.. The Academy Award-nominated filmmaker confirmed on social media Tuesday that he is set to co-write and direct a new installment of “Ghostbusters.”  It’s not a reboot, according to Reitman, but a continuation.. the 80s happened. We just continue into the new day with … Read moreJason Reitman to direct GHOSTBUSTERS

STAR TREK rules, LIGHTS OUT surges, GHOSTBUSTERS slumps

Initial predictions were that James Wan’s LIGHTS OUT was going to read $16 mil for the final weekend tally.. those numbers now seem low. A great Friday night is pushing the movie into $21 mil territory.. The horror flick inspired by the short YouTube classic a few years ago is exactly what a late summer … Read moreSTAR TREK rules, LIGHTS OUT surges, GHOSTBUSTERS slumps