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While promoting his upcoming new film, Spy, Paul Feig also talked about the upcoming all female Ghostbusters film he is been working on. He says that his intention is not to parody the original films but rather have a new story with a few nods to the originals. Read his remarks below:“We’re not recreating the old movie but we want to do just enough fun nods that the fans will go, ‘Oh, okay, they’re acknowledging that the other movie existed. I like to watch parodies, but I don’t want to do them because they’re too referential.

Rebel Wilson Has Met With The Ghostbusters 3 Team Busting may well make her feel goodToday is a US TV show that has famous folk talking things they are doing in their famous lives. Pitch Perfect veteran Rebel Wilson was on there recently, and during her interview, she happened to mention that she had met with Sony, her Bridesmaids director Paul Feig and the rest of the Ghostbusters 3 team about the possibility of strapping on a proton pack.“I have had a meeting,” Wilson said. “But who knows? They will have to look at the script when it’s finished... I’d do that for free.

Cool Videos: Chris Pratt, Chloe Moretz and Adam Sandler read mean tweets In another installment of Jimmy Kimmel's Celebrities Read Mean Tweets, we have the likes of Chris Pratt, Chloe Moretz, Adam Sandler, and a few others, reading off the harsh words of some insignificant d-bags of whom they'll never meet. Okay, to be fair, I've done my share of bashing individuals I don't know, but I think it's pretty fascinating to see the actual celebrities read... Read More...

Chris Pratt Now Attached to Star in Universal's 'Cowboy Ninja Viking' After becoming a household name with the leading role of Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy, there's no denying that Chris Pratt is a big star now. His profile will get even bigger next summer after he stars in Jurassic World, and now Collider reports the actor has lined up a new project. Reportedly, Pratt is attached to star in an adaptation of writer A.J. Lieberman and artist Riley Rossmo's graphic novel Cowboy Ninja Viking.

The last time Taylor Kitsch and director Peter Berg teamed up to adapt a live-action version of a popular game, the world suffered through a 'Battleship' movie. Now, Kitsch and Berg have reteamed for a live-action trailer for the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare game, and even at just under two minutes, it's already better than 'Battleship.' Continue reading…

Could it be Last Blood for Sylvester Stallone's next Rambo? Last month Sylvester Stallone confirmed that he was starting to get back in shape for his reprisal of action favorite John Rambo. Ever since Stallone's unflinchingly violent return to form in RAMBO, there's been a slew of plot lines rumored for the next film. Now, according to a reader over at Coming Soon, the film will be titled RAMBO: LAST BLOOD and that Stallone will be back in the director's... Read More...

The Wrap Up: Vin Diesel Has a Really Awesome/Silly Mustache in 'The Last Witch Hunter' ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, gaze upon Vin Diesel's 'The Last Witch Hunter' 'stache, see World of Warcraft's Robin Williams tribute, and prepare for the next 'Hunger Games' with a new poster. Continue reading…

First Look: Vin Diesel Broods 13th Century-Style in ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Vin Diesel is taking a break from stealing cars and guarding the galaxy to step back in time. Our first look at Breck Eisner‘s The Last Witch Hunter reveals a 13th-century version of Diesel’s immortal title character. Check out the first The Last Witch Hunter image after the jump. (Note: the header pic is from Riddick, not The Last Witch Hunter). The first Last Witch Hunter image comes from (where else?) Vin Diesel’s Facebook page. His original caption is below. Apparently being a witch hunter in the Middle Ages involves lots of fur and facial hair.

The new trailer for "Escobar: Paradise Lost" sees Josh Hutcherson taking on cocaine king Pablo Escobar (Benicio del Toro).http://www.hitfix.com

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Resumes Production

5:31 PM 8/28/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Even before Harrison Ford accidentally shut down production on Star Wars: Episode VII by getting his leg crushed on the Millennium Falcon, speculation ran rampant regarding director J.J. Abrams' rumored reluctance to meet or agree to Disney's demands for a December 2015 release date. Once Ford was laid up for weeks, many wondered whether the studio might be forced to bump the highly anticipated follow-up to 1983's Return of the Jedi.
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