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Ivan Reitman Teases New Ghostbusters Film in 2019 During San Diego Comic-Con Panel

Ghostbusters fans always seem to be on a bit of an emotional roller coaster when it comes to news about the franchise preparing to mount another comeback, I know this because I am one. For every The Real Ghostbusters we get, an Extreme Ghostbusters comes along.  I would mention the 2016 Paul Feig directed film but I fear for many it is still a touchy subject. Projects  suddenly appear and then fade out like an ethereal phantom in the wind… ectoplasm in rain… *dramatic pause*

Well fans, please remember to keep your hands inside the cart at all times ’cause this roller coaster is about to get going all over agian. Director of the original two films (and producer of the 2016 reboot,) Ivan Reitman,  teased a few Ghostbusters related tidbits at San Diego Comic-Con this year, (more…)

It’s not on the official schedule, but there may be some major comic book movie news breaking at San Diego Comic Con later today. In fact, Todd McFarlane promised it. After talking around it for oh so many years, it seems there’s finally some forward momentum on the new Spawn movie. Based on the comic book that McFarlane launched in 1992, getting a new Spawn flick out into the world is something that the fan favourite comic creator has been trying to do for over 10 years, and with an announcement pending, it seems that he may actually get it done yet. (more…)

It’s fairly certain that if you’re like the majority of fans, or at least the ones that log their outrage online, then you did not enjoy the first Inhumans trailer released by Marvel Studios and ABC. So everybody was looking to San Diego Comic Con for them to make up the difference, and get everyone well and truly excited about the possibilities of the new series coming later this summer in IMAX theatres before its TV debut. So are you feeling, Inhuman?  (more…)

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Stargate SG-1, the series spun-off from the 1994 Roland Emmerich movie about an Air Force project to send people to other planets through the titular ancient alien transportation device. Many fans wondered if the occasion of San Diego Comic Con might force Stargate rights holders to make a special announcement about new adventures, especially since the two SG-1 spin-offs were promised continuations that never materialized. So when we tell you this is not the Stargate news you were expecting, trust us, this is not the Stargate news you were expecting.  (more…)

There are many things that are not good about the three Fantastic Four movies that have been released so far, but one of the most consistent has been the portrayal of the team’s classic nemesis Doctor Doom. Portrayed by Julian McMahon in the two Tim Story films, and by Toby Kebbell in Josh Trank’s disastrous remake, the cinematic version of Doom has not been befitting of the man who’s basically the Lex Luthor of the Marvel Universe! (As in everyone has a beef with him.) If you love Comic Con surprises, good news, a high-profile writer is going to finally give Doom some much needed love in his own solo film.  (more…)

Director David Ayer and screenwriter Max Landis have combined their talents to set up an interesting concept: What if modern day Los Angeles was a Dungeons & Dragons world where elves, goblins, orcs, fairies, and other magical creatures lived side-by-side with humans, what would that look like? The answer is Bright, a high-concept, big budget action fantasy coming out in time for Christmas, like these things usually do. The difference this time is that Bright is launching on Netflix, but despite that, the new trailer reveals that no expense was spared for this streaming video effort.  (more…)