1. Tuesday 26th August 2014

     
  2. Tuesday 26th August 2014

     
  3. Tuesday 26th August 2014

    Sky 1 to premiere Futurama season 10 in October 2014; announces premieres of The Simpsons season 26 and Modern Family season six

    Sky Media has announced in a new ‘US Family Comedy’ sponsorship opportunity that Sky 1 HD in the UK & Ireland will starting to show all 13 episodes of Futurama season 10, currently the shows final season, from October 2014!

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    Futurama Season Ten was the seventh production season and the ninth and tenth broadcast season of Futurama. The original order of twenty-six episodes was split; the first thirteen episodes aired as the ninth season, and the remaining thirteen episodes aired in 2013 as “another run.” Comedy Central had officially labelled this season as “Season 7B” while season nine was called “Season 7A”.

    Futurama season ten features the episodes:

    1 (128) - “Forty Percent Leadbelly”

    2 (129)  2 - “2-D Blacktop”

    3 (130) - “T.: The Terrestrial”

    4 (131) - “Fry and Leela’s Big Fling”

    5 (132) - “The Inhuman Torch”

    6 (133) - “Saturday Morning Fun Pit”

    7 (134) - “Calculon 2.0”

    8 (135) - “Assie Come Home”

    9 (136) - “Leela and the Genestalk”

    10 (137) - “Game of Tones”

    11 (138) - “Murder on the Planet Express”

    12 (139) - “Stench and Stenchability”

    13 (140) - “Meanwhile” (season and series finale)

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    Additionally, Sky Media have also announced that Sky 1 HD will air episodes episodes 1-10 of The Simpsons season 26 from October 2014 and episodes 11-22 of The Simpsons S26 in February 2015, plus Modern Family season six (episodes 1-9) from November 2014 and Modern Family S6 (episodes 10-24) from March 2015.

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    Modern Family and The Simpsons will follow the US scheduling and will break for 9-10 weeks mid season.

     
  4. Monday 4th August 2014

    Sony hints at #Ghostbusters reboot with all female Ghostbuster team

    The Hollywood News website The Wrap is reporting that Sony Pictures is entertaining the idea of a female-driven reboot of the original cult hit that would be written, directed and produced by Bridesmaids filmmaker Paul Feig.

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    While Sony was believed to be happy with the last draft of Ghostbusters 3 which was written by Etan Cohen (Tropic Thunder), the studio has had second thoughts and reversed course, sparking to Feig’s empowered take and discussing his rewriting the project from scratch, according to insiders.

    It’s unclear what creative connection if any, the new Ghostbusters movie would have to the first two films, but it is not expected to have the number “3” in the title, leading to speculate that the movie will be a reboot of the franchise.

    Dan Aykroyd (Ray Stantz, Ph.D.) and Ivan Reitman will likely remain involved as fellow producers given their ties to the series, but it’s unknown whether Aykroyd and fellow ghostbuster Ernie Hudson (Winston Zeddemore) would appear onscreen, perhaps passing their proton packs onto their college-aged daughters. Sigourney Weaver (Dana Barrett) has expressed in the past that she would like to see her now grown-up on-screen son, Oscar, become a Ghostbuster in a new Ghostbusters movie.

    Sony has been actively seeking a director since The Lego Movie filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller turned down the opportunity to direct Ghostbusters III. The studio’s own Zombieland and Bad Teacher directors, Ruben Fleischer and Jake Kasdan, were also rumored to be in the mix.

    Should Feig come onboard, the question would likely turn to casting, in which Melissa McCarthy’s name would inevitably come up, given her relationship with the director. McCarthy (Mike & Molly) became the breakout star of Feig’s Bridesmaids and went on to work him on The Heat and his upcoming Fox movie Spy.

    Ghostbusters fans would likely urge McCarthy to use her powers of persuasion on Bill Murray, since the two co-star in St. Vincent and shared a sound booth for DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations.

    Another strong possibility for the Ghostbusters reboot is Emma Stone, who passed on an earlier incarnation of the project when it was being developed as Ghostbusters 3. With starring roles in Zombieland, Easy A, the upcoming Cameron Crowe film and the Amazing Spider-Man series, Stone is a favorite among Sony executives, and it’s possible the studio may approach her down the line.

    Stone’s very first Sony movie was Superbad, so she’s part of the same Friends of Judd Apatow Club of which Feig is a longtime member, plus she doesn’t have a rival franchise like Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games and X-Men) and Shailene Woodley (Divergent).

    While Aykroyd has indicated that a new “Ghostbusters” movie could shoot as early as next Spring, Feig would likely need some time before he could focus his attention on the Ghostbusters reboot, as he’s in post-production on Spy, which Fox will release on May 22, 2015.

    Feig has taken it upon himself to create comedic roles for women. He is represented by CAA and attorney Warren Dern.

    Representatives for Sony, Feig and Stone all declined to comment for this story.

    To be honest, I don’t know which sounds worse, a all-female Ghostbusters movie or a Ghostbusters reboot. Both sound like really bad ideas at the moment.

    Why not a new Ghostbusters team with both men and women, like in Extreme Ghostbusters? That way, Oscar can still be a Ghostbuster!

    And why a reboot? Most reboots are terrible, and destroys the original movie (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). Sure, add a sequel that adds to the franchise, but don’t paint over it by making a, most likely, terrible remake.

     
  5. Wednesday 23rd July 2014

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  7. Friday 6th June 2014

    ‘Ghostbusters’ to Celebrate 30th Anniversary With Theatrical Re-Release’ GB 2 To Be Released On Blu-Ray

    Variety is reporting that Sony has announced a containment unit’s worth of fantastic Ghostbusters news to celebrate the first movies 30th anniversary and the 25th anniversary of Ghostbusters 2, including releasing Ghostbusters II on Blu-Ray for the first time ever in September 2014!

    ‘Ghostbusters’ to Celebrate 30th Anniversary With Theatrical Re-Release

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    Sony Pictures Entertainment will commemorate the 30th anniversary of the “Ghostbusters” franchise with special events and home entertainment releases, including a theatrical re-release of the original 1984 film.

    A restored and remastered version of the blockbuster will return big screen in over 700 locations in the U.S. and Canada for a limited engagement beginning Aug. 29, just ahead of Labor Day weekend.

    On Sept. 16, the “Ghostbusters” 30th anniversary edition will be available on Blu-ray as well as the “Ghostbusters II” 25th anniversary edition, marking the sequel’s Blu-ray debut. For a limited time, fans will also be able to purchase the two-disc anniversary edition Blu-ray digibook, including both films and a limited edition gift set that features an exclusive collectible Slimer figurine.

    “‘Ghostbusters’ is still one of our studio’s most beloved franchises – I was lucky enough to work on the release of the film on its first run, so it’s a real thrill for me to see that it’s still connecting with audiences everywhere,” said Rory Bruer, president of worldwide distribution for Sony Pictures, in a statement. “On the big screen or in home entertainment, this is a great movie to experience again and again.”

    The Blu-ray versions of both “Ghostbusters” and “Ghostbusters II” include conversations with director Ivan Reitman and Dan Aykroyd, as well as never-before-seen deleted scenes from “Ghostbusters II.”

    “To celebrate this milestone anniversary, we wanted to create something new and collectible for fans. These new ‘Ghostbusters’ Blu-rays will feature the highest quality presentation along with new content that reflects the rich history of this iconic franchise,” said Lexine Wong, senior exec VP of worldwide marketing for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

    Thursday also marked the launch of the new GHOSTBUSTERS.COM, complete with access to franchise offerings, including collectible merchandise, music and more.

     
  8. Monday 2nd June 2014

    #Sun setting over #Plumstead/#Woolwich in the Royal #London borough of #Greenwich earlier #tonight. #sunset #sky #ldn #se18 #lovelondon #loveldn #night #evening #clouds #cloud

     
  9. Saturday 31st May 2014

    Amy Bruni and Adam Berry to leave Syfy’s Ghost Hunters for own paranormal TV show

    Deadline Hollywood is reporting that the popular Ghost Hunters cast members Amy Bruni and Adam Berry have decided to leave Syfy‘s flagship unscripted paranormal series. Deadline have learned that the duo are teaming up to develop a new show idea in the paranormal space. Bruni, who has more than 20 years experience studying the paranormal, has been on Ghost Hunters since 2008; Berry joined the series in 2010. Ghost Hunters is in the process of recruiting new members of Jason Hawes’ The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) team to fill the void left by Bruni and Berry’s departure. Bruni and Berry, repped by Westpoint Entertainment’s Bill Stankey,  also are negotiating with a casino company for an ongoing series of appearances in Las Vegas and other markets across the USA.

     
  10. Saturday 31st May 2014

    Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary - Join the Thunderclap!