Paul Feig On Ghostbusters 3: “I Want Ours To Be Scarier Than The Original”


The Ghostbusters reboot is currently underway now with director Paul Feig keeping the public informed of all the changes that have occurred as of late, creating a lot of controversy through the pre production progression. With original cast members split on the project (Bill Murray being all for it, and Ernie Hudson being against the sassy girl-power remake), the line of demarcation couldn’t be any more noticeable. Now the news is just in that Feig wants the reboot/reimaging/sequel (enter as you see fit…) to come with real scares as well as imbuing it with the fat-girl humour – all this whilst retaining the coveted PG13 rating. Feig talks of his plans in the latest issue of Empire Magazine, and it might have fans of the original, either; banging their heads against the proverbial brick wall, or to take to their keyboards to hurl all kinds of profanity-ridden-abuse towards the Bridesmaids filmmaker. Continue reading


‘Star Trek 3’: Could Roberto Orci Be Replaced By Edgar Wright?

Edgar Wright

Trekkies might have been annoyed about the the prospects of a Star Trek reboot directed by J.J. Abrams back in 2009, but the irony is not lost on them (well, at least I hope it’s not…), as the popularity of the franchise was waning with smaller box office returns after each consequent release of the Star Trek: The Next Generation movies; with the nail hitting the head with the disappointing performance of Star Trek Nemesis. To make matters worse, there was also the cancelation of ‘Enterprise‘ after 3 seasons. So – although the reboot was catered to a wider audience – it was the only way to save the franchise and rejuvenate some, much needed vigour. Subsequently, it turned out to be a good movie; and was a hit with critics and fans alike, therefore it doing its job in successfully piquing a rather blasé audiences’ interest in a dying franchise. Continue reading

Superman’s Henry Cavill vs Deaf Man: Table Ettiquette In Detroit Bar

Superman doesn't take too kindly to bad table manners
Superman doesn’t take too kindly to bad table manners

Henry Cavill does not seem to have the same interchangeable super senses as his on screen persona, as was riotously displayed earlier this year when Superman (quite literally and plot-tingly [in a figurative sense of course]) – came crashing into our screens – leaving no survivors in the collateral damage, due to the neck-braking pace that was a consistently overarching theme in Zack Snyders’ unabashedly colossal uber-smash-hit. Continue reading