Late last night, a little after the midnight hour, Hell froze over. Reports of pigs and other assorted swine growing wings and taking flight started pouring in from all over the country. Dogs and cats were living together — it was mass hysteria, all because the Chicago Cubs had finally won the World Series after a 108-year drought.
So Sony and director Paul Feig have found their new Ghostbusters: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon. This whole idea of an all-female ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot came together after the passing of original series star and co-writer Harold Ramis, when director Ivan Reitman relinquished the franchise’s director’s chair and everyone involved finally gave up on trying to convince stubborn (and probably very wise) Bill Murray to make a second sequel to the original film.
Bill Murray is pretty much the man.
We have read stories about him randomly crashing frat parties, buying rounds of drinks and doing the dishes. Then, as quietly as he arrives, he disappears into the darkness and whispers to someone: "No one will ever believe this story."
Released in 1988, "Scrooged" was a darkly comedic take on Charles Dickens' classic 'A Christmas Carol,' starring Bill Murray in the Ebenezer Scrooge role as Frank Cross, a cynical TV executive alienated from his family and unable to find real happiness.
Struggling to put together a live production of "A Christmas Carol" on Christmas Eve, Frank finds that his real life begins to
Keeping up with his history of memorable appearances on David Letterman's 'Late Show,' legendary funny man Bill Murray stopped by last night and made one heck of an entrance via a hysterically put together kidnapping scene.
If you were alive in the 80's, or actually just alive right now, you know of the greatness that is the Ghostbusters. With so much rumor that there will be a 'Ghostbusters 3,' turns out that Hollywood is deciding that they can make some money on those classic films once again in theatres!