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Ghostbusters Ivan ReitmanGenerally, whenever the topic of Bill Murray and Ghostbusters 3 comes up, it’s because Dan Aykroyd is doing another interview. That script changed last week – because this time it was Ivan Reitman talking about the long in-development project and his MIA costar. The ending remains largely the same, however.

During a talk at a TIFF Bell Lightbox showing of the original Ghostbusters, Reitman took… Continue reading Ivan Reitman Sets the Record Straight Regarding Bill Murray and 'Ghostbusters 3'


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Game of Thrones was the must-watch show of the season — and it has the illegal-download numbers to prove it.

According to TorrentFreak, the HBO fantasy series’ third season is the most-pirated show of spring 2013, with 5.2 million downloads. The Big Bang Theory lands at No. 2 with 2.9 million, followed by How I Met Your Mother (2.85 million), The


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Things are coming together for the benefit concert that Oklahoma native Blake Shelton announced on Tuesday’s episode of The Voice. On Wednesday, May 29, NBC will air Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert to support victims of the fatal tornado that caused wreckage in central and eastern Oklahoma earlier this week.

The concert will be televised live from Oklahoma City’s… Continue reading Blake Shelton sets date for Oklahoma tornado victims benefit concert to air on NBC


Image Entertainment

November 26, 2012

Image Entertainment drops you into the previously-heroic lives of four now-powerless superheroes with All Superheroes Must Die, starring, written and directed by Jason Trost (star, writer/director of The FP) and co-starring James Remar (“Dexter”) and Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class).

All Superheroes Must Die (formerly known on the festival circuit as VS) premieres on VOD January 1


Columbia Pictures

August 3, 2012

Columbia Pictures has set an April 11, 2014 release date for The Equalizer, the big screen adaptation set to star Denzel Washington.

In the 1980s TV series, Edward Woodward starred as Robert McCall, a secret agent with a mysterious past who doled out vigilante Justice. Woodward played the character on the CBS show that ran from 1985