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First FEMALE Ghostbuster?

Yes, we might be expecting the first FEMALE Ghostbuster and it’s non other than  Rebel Wilson.  Rebel Wilson famous for her work in Pitch Perfect shared her meeting with NBC’s The Today Show.

She tells that she has met with director Paul Feig in what is believed to be as an all-female reboot. Few months back, Bill Murray opens up with Variety he didn’t felt that right about the third movie as in it’s script and plot. However rumors has been circling around that he might make cameo appearance.

Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Re-Release – Trailer

It’s been a 30 years since they asked “Who yo gonna call” and up to this day it’s still is “Ghostbusters”. To celebrate the 3oth Anniversary, Sony Pictures has re-release the trailer of  the haunting film.

The Grand Budapest Hotel – Review

The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.

Most of the customer that comes to the Grand Budapest Hotel because of this man, M. Gustave.


His additional attention on his customers making him the favourite of many ladies and mens.


The movie is written and directed by Wes Anderson is absolutely fabulous and not to be missed. Wes Anderson delivers something classical yet original. The movie surrounds itself around the death of the old Madame Taxis who is played by Tilda Swinton. The plot of the movie thicker with the old lady leaving a what happens to be a priceless painting to the poor fellow making the situation more complicated as it is. The poor fellow is played by Ralph Fiennes and played it like splendid that you can’t see the Dark Lord in him nor M.
Note to self, this is Bill Murray and Wes Anderson seventh movie together and with this movie now we are looking forward to their eighth movie together.
Only comment we could think of is that Angela Lansbury would have played a better Madame Taxis.

Plot: 8.5/10
Review: 8.5/10

RIP – Harold Ramis/Ghostbusters 3?

On Monday, we lost the iconic Harold Ramis. With his passing speculation has been running around about Ghostbusters III been cancelled but good news the movie is not cancel and it’s a confirm that the movie is already in progress.

The new film, which has been locked in development for a number of years, was due to feature a cameo from Ramis and the other original Ghostbusters. Harold played who played Egon Spengler in the original films, would have appeared in character alongside Bill Murrayand Dan Aykroyd for the first time since 1989’s Ghostbusters II.


The new movie would be about the old gangs passing the torch to the new generations. The Hollywood Reporter’s confirmation that studio Sony is still planning to feature the veteran comic is therefore something of a turnaround.

For those who forgotten the music theme, here you go.