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Channing Tatum has made no secret of the fact he’d love to play Gambit in the X-Men movies. The card-throwing, womanizing Cajun has long been a fan favorite, but so far has only been seen on screen once, briefly, in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Now, with Bryan Singer teasing he’d love to bring Gambit into the next X-Men film, X-Men: Apocalypse, Tatum has revealed the possibility has taken another step forward toward reality. He’s met with X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner about possibly playing the role and is already working on an accent.
Tatum revealed this in an interview at the MTV Movie Awards, where he received a Trailblazer Award. The Channing Tatum Gambit stuff starts at 4:23.
And here’s the full quote after being asked if we’d ever see him as the mutant?
I met with Lauren Shuler Donner. And I would love it. Gambit is really the only X-Man I’ve ever loved. I mean I’ve loved them all, they’re all great, but I guess from being down south – my dad’s from Louisiana, I’m from Mississippi, Alabama, Florida – I don’t know. I just related to him. He’s just kind of suave… He’s the most un X-Men X-Man that’s ever been in X-Men. Other than maybe Wolverine, who’s like the anti-hero. He’s a thief. He’s not even a hero. He’s kind of walking the line of grey…He loves women and drinking and smoking and stuff so he’s just a cool guy who happens to have a moral center….I hope it [comes together]. You never know it’s a weird industry. If the stars align, I would die to play it. I’m already working on the accent. It’s crappy at the moment.
Along with Tatum, Shuler Donner has also made it very clear she’d love to make a Gambit movie with Tatum, but we didn’t know it had gotten this far.
If Tatum were to appear as Gambit in X-Men Apocalypse, it would give Fox a huge opportunity to have another major star as a fan-favorite character. With Hugh Jackman likely on his way out in the coming years, Fox must like that idea. Even non-X-Men fans would turn out to see Tatum star in a superhero movie, so this feels like something that has a good chance of happening.
What do you think about Channing Tatum as Gambit?
I am a big fan of the Tips of the Fucking day. This guy is good.
IT’S FUCKING SATURDAY. DID YOU KNOW MAO ZEDONG KILLED 45 MILLION PEOPLE IN FOUR YEARS TIME?
TIP OF THE FUCKING DAY:
THOSE TEN EXTRA MINUTES IN BED NEVER MAKE YOU LESS TIRED. THEY JUST MAKE YOU LATE.
PERSON OF THE FUCKING DAY:
MOTHERFUCKER DEVELOPED THE FIRST TELEPHONE. more»
EDUCATE YOUR IGNORANT ASS:
LEARN CHARISMA FROM THE FUCKING MASTERS. more»
FUCKING MIND-BLOWING BOOK OF THE DAY:
EVERYONE IS FUCKING CRAZY. more»
USEFUL SHIT OF THE GODDAMN DAY:
FISHING IS LIKE YOGA, EXCEPT YOU STILL GET TO KILL SOMETHING. more»
WEBSITE OF THE FUCKING DAY:
STATISTICS. STATISTICS EVERYWHERE. more»
AWESOME-AS-SHIT VIDEO OF THE DAY:
THE GODDAMN INFINITE HOTEL PARADOX. more»
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AN OLD RAILROAD BRIDGE IN MOTHERFUCKING OREGON. more»
This is going to be really good.
After some intense promos and clips (and a couple of truly WTF Carl’s Jr. commercials), Fox has released one final X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer.
As usual, the video has mutant heroes battling mean humans, terrifying Sentinels, and their own inner angst across two different timelines. What’s different is that this particular trailer plays up Wolverine’s role in the whole thing. Though he doesn’t tend to be much of a team player, desperate times call for desperate measures, so this one has him running around the ’70s trying to get the gang together.
Watch the new X-Men Days of Future Past trailer, which includes tons of new footage, after the jump.
Fox posted the X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer on YouTube.
The time-jumping nature of the X-Men: Days of Future Past plotline allows the First Class characters to face their own inner trilogy counterparts. So we’ve got two Magnetos (Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen) and two Professor Xes (James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart) — although there’s still only one Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), because that guy never ages.
Meanwhile, it also opens the door to a whole host of new characters. Fan favorites from the comic who’ll be making their first appearances here include Bishop (Omar Sy), Quicksilver (Evan Peters), Blink (Fan Bingbing), Warpath (Booboo Stewart), and Sunspot (Adan Canto). Classic villain Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage) gets caught up in the action, too.
That’s a lot of characters to keep track of, and as excited as we are to see old friends and make new ones, we can’t help but worry that the film will feel overstuffed. On the bright side, though, the huge cast doesn’t seem to be slowing down the action or the drama. The trailer hint at plenty of big moments and lots of heart.
X-Men: Days of Future Past arrives in theaters May 23. Because all the actors named above still aren’t enough, the film also stars Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Ellen Page, Halle Berry, Shawn Ashmore, Daniel Cudmore, Lucas Till, and Josh Helman. Also returning from the original trilogy is director Bryan Singer.
The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past — to save our future.
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The first stop for the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary art show is this weekend and Gallery 1988 has just released more posters and information. More than 70 artists are part of the traveling exhibit but the majority of their work will only ever been available to purchase in person at one of the four stops. There will, however, be a set of screenprints available both at the shows, and online, and those are by Mike Mitchell, Phantom City Creative, Anthony Petrie, Tom Whalen, Tara McPherson, Dan Mumford, Dave Perillo, Lora Zombie, Godmachine, Rich Kelly, Mark Englert, DKNG and Joshua Budich.
We’ve already seen a few of those pieces and now more have been revealed. Below, check out additional images for the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary art show which hits New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and July over the next few months.
UPDATED: We’ve added more new art below.
The first images from the Ghostbusters 30th anniversary art show were revealed here. Below are three new posters by Mike Mitchell, DKNG and Nicole Gustafsson. (UPDATE – as well as Tom Whalen, Glen Brogan, Julian Callos and Lora Zombie)
On the Gallery 1988 Tumblr, there are some new details on the show and what pieces will be on sale where, etc. Here’s a small excerpt:
A majority of the artwork will ONLY BE AVAILABLE by attending one of the galleries in-person. A very small allotment of prints has been set aside for each city, with a smaller selection at our final Comic Con stop. This is the ONLY way to purchase this artwork. There will be small surprises at each stop as well.
A commemorative series of special 30th Anniversary screenprints WILL BE AVAILABLE in limited amounts ONLINE, in addition to in-store, at ghostbusters30th.com. These will be released sporadically over the next month.
These posters, and many more, will first go on sale this Saturday, April 19 in New York. Go to www.ghostbusters30th.com for the full info and artist list. Here’s the breakdown of the shows.
April 19 – 26
69 Leonard Street (between Church & Broadway), New York, NY 10013
Opening reception: April 19 7-10 p.m.
May 17 – June 1st
Gallery 1988 (West), 7308 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Opening reception: May 17 7-10 p.m.
It’ll then be in Chicago on June 20-22 and, finally, San Diego Comic-Con July 23-27. We’ll have more art later this week as the first show gets closer.
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"If they win the pennant this year, I'll sit naked with you at the World Series."
The Brooklyn Cyclones announced today that the team will host a Seinfeld Night on July 5 this year to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the legendary show's television debut. The first 2,500 fans in attendance for the game will receive a Keith Hernandez magic loogie bobblehead.
From the Cyclones' website, here's what else the team has in store:
- MCU Park will known as Vandelay Industries Park for one night only.
- Mailmen in uniform get to throw out a ceremonial first pitch ("Hello Newman!")
- Anyone who has a business card indicating that they are in fact a "Latex Salesman" will also receive a free ticket to the game. If we call the number and it's some apartment on the Upper East Side, you won't qualify for the freebie.
- Fans can visit the information table for an "airing of grievances."
- Closest to the pin / whale's blow hole competition ("Is that a Titleist?")
- The foul poles will be known as Festivus Poles.
- Elaine Dancing Contest
- Everyone Runs the Bases Post-game...but anyone named Jerry gets a head start (Take that Duncan Meyer).
- Game of "Risk" on the Concourse
- Cereal eating contests
- Anyone named George Costanza will be allowed to join our radio broadcast as a color analyst for an inning
- Players in puffy shirts for batting practice.
Bon Appétit, in their fervent pursuit of food and truths about food, assigned a writer to discuss everything that the portly character Chunk ate or spoke of eating in his time onscreen during The Goonies.
Why? I don’t know. Bon Appetit probably has an office full of food journalists, and sitting around waiting for food to make headlines could be pretty frustrating, so maybe they have to put together their own stories. The story can be found right here, and below I’ve listed a few interesting aspects about the piece/premise of the article:
This list does beg the question of how you you follow up such a great character with his (supposed) re-appearance in a (supposed) sequel. The real Chunk is skinny these days (see?) So maybe they have to give him some other fun indulgence, like sex addiction, bulimia, or cutting.
I think America, in an effort to shed its reputation for unbridled decadence, would clamor to see a former child actor cut himself onscreen just so he can feel like he’s in control of SOMETHING.
Nah. Give him a big blueberry milkshake to spill on his skinny little head. You’re out of blueberry ice cream? Ok. Just give him some grape.
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/Film reader and Humber College graduate Scott Ewing put together the ultimate epic movie compilation, a chronological look at the evolution of movies, from Eadweard J. Muybridge in 1878 to the upcoming films of 2014. This is what Ewing says about the video montage:
This montage began as a labor of love and quickly became an obsession of mine. Many days and hours were spent researching clips, downloading and editing. The following montage chronicles the evolution of film from its conception in 1878 by Edward J. Muybridge to the Lumiere brothers in 1895. Georges Melies a trip to the moon in 1902 was a total game changer and from there we go to the first theatrical releases starting in 1920-2014 … this portion of the montage is chronological.
Watch the The Evolution Of Movies In Just 3 Minutes embedded after the jump.
You can watch more of Scott Ewing’s videos on his vimeo page. Ewing notes that there are some notable films which are absent from the montage (such as the Great Train Robbery, The Story of the Kelly Gang and Birth of a Nation). He says that the footage was “either impossible to find or did not fit in with the creative direction of the montage.” Here is a complete listing of the film clips Ewing used for this video:
1878 – Eadweard J. Muybridge – Pioneer of Motion Photography
1895 – Auguste & Louis Lumière- Sortie des Usines Lumière à Lyon
1902 – A Trip to the Moon – Viaje a la Luna – Le Voyage dans la lune – Georges Méliès
1920 -The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari
1921 – ‘The Kid’ – Charlie Chaplin
1922 – NOSFERATU
1923 – Harold Lloyd’s SAFETY LAST!
1924 – Sherlock Junior
1925 – Gold Rush
1926 – The General
1927 – The Jazz Singer
1928 – Steamboat Bill. Jr
1929 – The Broadway Melody
1930 – All Quiet on the Western Front
1931 – Frankenstein
1932 – Horse Feathers
1933 – Duck Soup
1934 – The Man Who Knew Too Much
1935 – Bride of Frankenstein
1936 – Modern Times
1937 – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
1938 – The Adventures of Robin Hood
1939 – The Wizard of Oz
1940 – The Great Dictator
1941 – Citizen Kane
1942 – Casablanca
1943 – Phantom of the Opera
1944 – National Velvet
1945 – The Lost Weekend
1946 – The Best Years of Our Lives
1947 – Out of the Past
1948 – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
1949 – The Third Man
1950 – Cinderella
1951 – A Streetcar Named Desire
1952 – Singing in the Rain
1953 – Roman Holiday
1954 – Seven Samurai
1955 – Rebel Without a Cause
1956 – The Searchers
1957 – The Bridge on the River Kwai
1958 – Vertigo
1959 – North by Northwest
1960 – The Apartment
1961 – West Side Story
1962 – The Man who shot Liberty Valance
1963 – The Great Escape
1964 – Dr. Strangelove or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
1965 – Thunderball
1966 – The Wild Bunch
1967 – The Graduate
1968 – 2001 A Space Odyssey
1969 – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
1970 – The Aristocats
1971 – The French Connection
1972 – Deliverance
1973 – The Exorcist
1974 – Chinatown
1975 – Jaws
1976 – Rocky
1977 – Close Encounters of the Third Kind
1978 – Superman
1979 – Apocalypse Now
1980 – Airplane
1981 – Raiders of the Lost Arc
1982 – E.T: The Extra Terrestrial
1983 – The Right Stuff
1984 – The Karate Kid
1985 – The Goonies
1986 – Top Gun
1987 – The Princess Bride
1988 – Who Framed Roger Rabbit
1989 – Hoosiers
1990 – Misery
1991 – The Silence of the Lambs
1992 – Reservoir Dogs
1993 – Jurassic Park
1994 – Speed
1995 – Apollo 13
1996 – Mission Impossible
1997 – The Fifth Element
1998 – The Big Lebowski
1999 – The Iron Giant
2000 – Cast Away
2001 – Ameile
2002 – Minority Report
2003 – Kill Bill
2004 – The Incredibles
2005 – Batman Begins
2006 – Children of Men
2007 – No Country For Old Men
2008 – Tropic Thunder
2009 – 500 Days of Summer
2010 – The Social Network
2011 – The Artist
2012 – Skyfall
2013 – Gravity
The Amazing Spiderman 2
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Edge of Tomorrow
Captain America – The Winter Soldier
X-Men: Days of Future Past
22 Jump Street
The Lego Movie
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Guardians of the Galaxy
The Maze Runner
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Muppets Most Wanted
Transformers – Age of Extinction
Header image thanks to InternationalFilmSeries
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Even before it opened, Noah was raising the ire of moviegoers who felt that Darren Aronofsky‘s take on the classic Bible story wasn’t “literal” enough. The controversy hasn’t died down now that the movie’s actually hit theaters, and last night on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart took a moment to fire back.
With his trademark wit, the host skewered those who complained that Noah wasn’t a documentary and didn’t have enough God in it. But best of all is when he takes on the Fox commentator who remembered the original as a story in which “the sun comes out and everybody lives happily ever after.” “Everybody?” Stewart responds with mock shock. “Nobody lives!” Watch him rip the haters a new one after the jump.
Comedy Central posted the clip on their website.
Most of these people’s problems with Noah can be boiled down to either a misunderstanding of the film, a misunderstanding of the original Biblical text, or both. But in fairness, Stewart seems to do some misunderstanding himself here.
Kevin McCarthy, the critic shown in the segment saying that Noah is “not a documentary,” responded to Stewart’s segment during an appearance on Fox’s Washington, D.C. affiliate.
The strange part of what’s going on there — it’s a compliation of people basically hating on Noah. They’re calling it “Haters of the Lost Ark.” I loved Noah! I thought it was a great film. What I was talking about is the idea of artistic liberties. The filmmaker clearly took a 15-minute story in the Bible and made a two-hour-and-fifteen-minute film, so I used the term ‘it’s not a documentary.’ We’re not watching some literal translation of what’s going on. So clearly, it’s very out of context.
But McCarthy doesn’t sound too upset about it. “I’m honored to be made fun of on that show,” he laughed. McCarthy does have some support within the religious community for his pro-Noah view. Speaker Phil Cooke put together an entire featurette last month of quotes from various Christian leaders praising the movie and urging people to see it.
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X-Men: Days of Future Past doesn’t open for another few weeks, and its sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse, isn’t coming for another two years. Nevertheless, inquiring minds already want to know what Bryan Singer has planned for us in 2016, and the director is more than happy to deliver.
In a new interview, Singer and producer/writer Simon Kinberg revealed some new details about the film, including its relationship to the source material, its connection to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and which other mutants we might see. (Hint: Mystique won’t be the only blue one around these parts anymore). Hit the jump for more info.
Singer and Kinberg opened up in a chat with EW. Specifics about the X-Men: Apocalypse storyline are still scarce, but Singer teased that it would be “somewhat” based on the classic Age of Apocalypse comic book arc from the ’90s. “[The movie] won’t necessarily create an alternate universe, but there may be some swapping things that I’m playing with,” said Singer.
Although X-Men: Apocalypse follows X-Men: Days of Future Past, Singer suggests that the link between the two films won’t be too direct.
You won’t feel at the end of the movie that it set up Apocalypse. What it does is it sets up possibilities. But what we’ll discover in Apocalypse is that events in this movie made that happen… Apocalypse deals with ancient mutancy. What would humans have thought mutants were? What would mutants think humans were? You’re dealing with gods and things like that. And what if one survived and what if that found its way into our world?
Meanwhile, Kinberg emphasized the grand scale of the film. “From a visual standpoint it actually may be a bigger movie than Days of Future Past because there’ll be disaster movie imagery, like the title would imply,” he said.
What X-Men: Apocalypse and X-Men: Days of Future Past will have in common are their leads, including James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicholas Hoult. But we can look forward to seeing some other faces as well, including Gambit and Nightcrawler. “I’m excited because I want to start introducing familiar characters at different ages and also explore the ‘80s,” said Singer.
X-Men: Days of Future Past opens May 23, and X-Men: Apocalypse arrives May 27, 2016.
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Most directors are lucky to have one smash hit in a given year. Phil Lord and Chris Miller are about to have two. Fresh off of the success of The Lego Movie, Lord and Miller are releasing 22 Jump Street, once again starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as a mismatched pair of undercover cops.
21 Jump Street was one of the funniest studio comedies in recent memory, and if the new 22 Jump Street red-band trailer is anything to go by, these guys haven’t lost their touch. This time around, Schmidt and Jenko pass as college students and head down to spring break — all in the name of catching baddies, of course. Watch the trailer after the jump.
Sony posted the video on YouTube. It’s not that rough as red-band trailers go, but it does contain some NSFW language.
Normally, a sequel to a comedic reboot of a half-forgotten ’80s show wouldn’t seem like anything to get excited about. But as we’ve noted many times before, Lord and Miller seem to excel at turning bad-on-paper ideas into cinematic gold. (Though even they didn’t want to touch Ghostbusters 3, apparently.) 22 Jump Street might not be as surprising as 21 Jump Street was, but it looks every bit as funny.
22 Jump Street opens June 13.
After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) when they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don’t have to just crack the case – they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. If these two overgrown adolescents can grow from freshmen into real men, college might be the best thing that ever happened to them.
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Most of you probably didn’t notice, but I took the day off last Friday. Why? Because I was so excited by the artwork of Craig Drake.
Drake’s work should be recognizable to most. He’s got a very distinctive, technical approach that blurs the line between minimal and expressive, with a heavy dash of graphic ’80s style. He places iconic images on a simple, flat background, and makes them explode off the wall. He’s had posters at Mondo, Bottleneck, Ltd. Art and others, but this week marked his first solo show. And as is the case with any artist finally given their own exhibit, he wanted to do something amazing. He succeeded.
Drake’s show, which is on display the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles, turns his trademark style up to eleven. Not only is he tackling a ton of popular pop culture properties (Star Wars, Die Hard, Aliens, Cowboy Bebop, Lord of the Rings, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Escape from New York and others), he’s doing so with a newly found depth and passion. Each piece is better and more detailed than the last. Plus, Drake took many of the pieces and blew them up double the size of a normal poster. These “Mega Metals” make the whole show feel like an interactive experience.
Below, we’ve got images of all the art in Craig Drake’s show, which is on display through April 27.
Here are the posters from Craig Drake’s show. I’ve described each one in the file name, so mouse over for more info. Some are on metal, others are on wood and others are just screenprints. And while many of the posters (or at least versions of them) sold out over the weekend, there are still some available on the Hero Complex’s website.
And just to give an idea of what those “Mega Metals” look like in person, the gallery sent me these images.
Craig Drake’s Solo show is on display through April 27 at the Hero Complex Gallery, 2020 South Robertson Blvd. Studio D. Los Angeles, California. I can’t recommend it highly enough. Visit this site for hours and directions and here’s the man himself:
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I liked the first one. I kind of wanted to like it more, but it was fun.
If you haven't seen Tucker & Dale vs. Evil yet, you're missing out on an extremely entertaining horror-comedy with plenty of big laughs and all the ooey-gooey carnage you'd expect from a slasher flick (watch the trailer here). The indie movie never really had a chance to shine for worldwide audiences on the biggest stage, but enjoys a faithful cult following thanks to home video, streaming services like Netflix (where you can still watch it right now; go on then!), and on demand.
It's been four years now since the movie was first released, and while fans have surely asked about a sequel, not much has come of it. Not until now. At a recent horror convention, stars Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine were talking about the movie when they announced that producers want to make Tucker & Dale vs. Evil 2.
You can watch a video of the pair making the announcement below. [...]
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In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn talked about the movie and confirmed a couple of things worth mentioning.
First, Gunn confirmed that Guardians will in fact be "definitely connected" to The Avengers 3. He also confirmed that Thanos will be made for the movie using motion capture, and describes him as the "head of the snake."
A couple of new images for the movie have also been released, including a group shot of the main characters and a close-up look at Star-Lord's helmet. You can check them out below. [...]
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How big of a fan of The Simpsons are you? Maybe you've seen every single episode. Maybe you can quote every single line, and even in the correct voices. But how big of a fan are you really? Could you, for example, watch 522 episodes of the series in 12 days? If you answered yes, you will have a chance to prove it very soon.
It's been announced that FXX will air a 522-episode marathon of The Simpsons starting on August 21st of this summer and running the next 12 days through Labor Day. [...]
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CBS has officially named Stephen Colbert as the new host of the Late Show, signing him to a reported five-year deal to take over as soon as David Letterman retires. The announcement ends a discussion that has become incredibly intense in the days since Letterman officially announced that he was leaving sometime in 2015, whereupon he immediately began fading like a photograph in Back To The Future. And as the lists were quickly formulated of people who could step in to replace the increasingly translucent, desperately howling Letterman, Colbert quickly shot to the top, emerging as the network’s preferred choice over other rumored candidates such as Craig Ferguson, Chelsea Handler, and Jon Stewart.
For Stewart’s part, he took himself out of the running only last night in an interview with Vulture, saying, “I don’t have that gear, I don’t think,” while also offering his full appraisal ...
Is there something weird in your neighborhood? The Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Art Print will remind you of who to call when any supernatural pests start showing up. On June 1, 1984, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis switched on the proton packs for the very first time in Ghostbusters, and that now-classic film gets […]