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Sigourney Weaver to Return as Dana Barrett in New ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel

Director Jason Reitman has maintained a code of silence about the possibility of any iconic actors of the original Ghostbusters franchise returning to his highly-anticipated 2020 sequel, but Sigourney Weaver just let something incredible slip in an interview with Parade Magazine: Dana Barrett’s back!

That’s right, the professional musician turned Zuul, turned Terror Dog, turned mother of the human vessel for the return of Vigo: Scourge of Carpathia, will be facing off against whatever the latest terror of New York City turns out to be in the upcoming film! Parade’s interview with Sigourney Weaver might have spoiled a few surprises with this announcement, but the text surrounding her quote gives cause for even more excitement: read more

‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel to be Laden with Practical Effects Over CGI

Dan Aykroyd dropped more hints regarding the upcoming Ghostbusters sequel that is sure to excite fans all over the world. During an interview with 660 News the comedy actor revealed the creators of the upcoming film are sticking to the use of practical effects instead of Computer-generated imagery, or CGI, as much as possible.

Aykroyd said, “I’m always urging to use puppets, I’m always urging to go back to the mechanicals. But CGI is so efficient and easy to use but I think that all of us are on board with the idea of maybe doing mechanicals and puppets where we can.” read more

Jim Jarmusch Begins Filming ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ with Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Steve Buscemi and More

According to IndieWire, the acclaimed director of Coffee and Cigarettes and The Only Lovers Left Alive, Jim Jarmusch, has just begun work on a zombie film entitled The Dead Don’t Die.   The film will star Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Steve Buscemi, Tilda Swinton, Selena Gomez, Rosie Perez, Chloë Sevigny, and Austin Butler.

Set photos reportedly show Murray and Driver playing police officers in the new film.  Jarmusch and Murray have worked together before in the aforementioned Coffee and Cigarettes and Broken Flowers and Driver was the star of Jarmusch’s Paterson. read more