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Meet the new Ghostbusters! We believe some introductions are in order…
Over the weekend a fan asked director Paul Feig on Twitter to spill the names of the new ladies in uniform, and he gave in!
These ladies can bust our ghosts anytime!
We've been blessed with many glimpses of the highly anticipated all female Ghostbusters movie currently being filmed in Boston.
Now, we get to see what the cast looks like united as the new ghost hunting crew!
In the scene, the newly formed team is getting arrested and ticketed by the police! But hey, it's necessary for them to get knocked down before they rise to action and save the city!
How do you think the girls look? Check them out on the big screen when Ghostbusters hits theaters July 22, 2016!
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Now that's a sweet ride!
Ghostbusters director Paul Feig has not been shy about teasing us with props and costumes for his upcoming all-female Sony reboot!
On Tuesday, the director shared a first look at the new Ecto-1, which is very reminiscent of the white station wagon driven in the original 1984 film!
Feig shared a photo of the retro-style vehicle on his Twitter:
What you gonna wear!?
Over the past few weeks, we've been getting teased with what to expect from the all-female reboot of Ghostbusters!
Now, one of the more iconic parts of the franchise is revealed! No not ghosts (yet) — the ghostbusters uniforms!
Director Paul Feig shared a photo of the four jumpsuits to be worn by the lady ghost hunters, posting on his Twitter:
They came, they saw… have we seen this before?
The last couple weeks we've gotten quite a bit of Ghostbusters news — major announcements like Chris Hemsworth joining the cast, and the director Paul Feig teasing the slime for his upcoming all lady reboot, filming has begun. Yesterday we even got our first glimpse of Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, and Leslie Jones on set!
But today there's a bit bigger news if it's true!
A new rumor is flying around about the plot of the film. According to a source, Boston Herald is reporting that Wiig and McCarthy are both unrecognized authors who write a book proposing the idea that ghosts are real. After a few years under the radar, Wiig gets a job at Columbia U and the book resurfaces and she's ultimately laughed out of the University.
It's soon after this that Wiig's character teams up with McCarthy and the other two future Ghostbusters. This is when Wiig has the last laugh when ghosts start to invade Manhattan and only her and her team can exterminate them and save the world!
We're definitely intrigued by Feig's take on the reboot and excited by the casting of Hemsworth — we just hope it's going to have a new fresh take and not mirror the original too much. It's bad enough that they're
remaking rebooting one of the all time classic comedies, but if they going to, make sure to make it NEW!
What do you think? If the rumor is true do you feel it's a bit too similar to the original?
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That's great! Actual physical contact!
Director Paul Feig just teased us with a bit more news about his upcoming all-female Ghostbusters reboot which stars Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, and recently announced Chris Hemsworth!
Yesterday, the popular director took to Twitter to send out a picture showing an integral prop in the Ghostbusters universe — the slime!
In the caption to the picture he also announced when he's going to actually start shooting the film, and it's probably a bit sooner than you might have guessed!
Ch-ch-check out the pic to see for yourself!
Melissa McCarthy is flying so high right now!
The actress' latest movie Spy is doing well in theaters and in critical reviews, and her clothing line, Seven7, is coming along nicely!
Melissa now has more details to share!
For one thing, she's super committed to the endeavor and has even tried on every outfit:
"I've worn every single piece. There are little jeans that are super stretchy and they come all the way up, because I just do not need to see anyone's muffin top, and I do not need to see anyone bend over and be able to tell what color underwear they're wearing anymore."
We honestly don't recall ever hearing a celebrity clothing designer say they've worn every piece themselves.
The actress is also very serious about sleeves and pockets:
"Yes, there are lots of sleeves here! Hallelujah! Do you know how many fights I've had about sleeves? I was actually told once [by a manufacturer she's not working with now], ‘Plus-size women do not want sleeves, in any capacity.' I was like, ‘Are you crazy? That's not accurate! I am plus-size, and I want them, I have friends who are size 26 and size 8 and they want a sleeve! Very few things [in Seven7] don't have sleeves. My stuff has sleeves, my stuff has pockets, you can count on that."
Then she claims she's being selfish with this line, although we don't buy it:
"I started this line because I wanted to know: Where are the normal clothes? This really is a selfish venture. I wanted to build a better closet for myself."
That doesn't sound selfish! At least she's not doing it solely for money like some other celebs.
She's going to end up helping so many people who want cute clothes that actually fit!
The collection will be available in stores and on melissamccarthy.com in August.
[Image via WENN.]