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Ghostbusters Animated Film to Be Told From a Ghost’s POV, Because They Ain’t Afraid of No … Busters

We still know very little about the upcoming Ghostbusters animated film other than that Fletcher Moules is slated to direct, but while there's still no word on who's writing the film, or the gender of the Ghostbusters in question, we do have a little more information about the film's plot.

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Our Next Dose of Big-Screen Ghostbusters May Arrive in 2019

When Ivan Reitman, director of the original Ghostbusters movies and producer of the recent reboot says that there are definite plans for a new film, our desire is to assume he's talking about a live-action version with our favorite ladies.

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Holtzmann & Co. Star In Ghostbusters: Answer the Call Comic From IDW

We got to see a dream team-up in comics form when the original all-male Ghostbusters team crossed paths (but not streams!) with the new female Ghostbusters in IDW's Ghostbusters 101. Now, our favorite ghostbusting ladies are the stars of their own limited series!

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Things We Saw Today: Star Wars Colleagues and Friends Eulogize Carrie Fisher

So, yeah, there's pretty much only one story that's really resonating with us today, and that's the passing of Carrie Fisher. As the day has gone on, Fisher's friends and colleagues have been reacting to the news of her death publicly.

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Paul Feig Shares What He’s Learned About Women Through Ghostbusters Experience, Which Includes Nothing About Race

But Harambe photos, tho!

As director of the "controversial" (controversial if you have trouble believing women can do things) Ghostbusters reboot, Paul Feig has had a very interesting and not entirely pleasant 2016. In a recent short essay, Feig shares what he's learned about "being a woman." Notably missing are any insights he may have gained about the specific challenges of being a black woman, a la Leslie Jones.

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Things We Saw Today: Cleverbot Makes for a Pretty Good D&D Player

Cleverbot apparently passed a Turing Test then didn't pass a Turing Test a few years ago, but none of that matters now because Jane Ritt ran a small D&D adventure with it and now we know what Cleverbot's true purpose in life is.

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Things We Saw Today: Amber Heard Shares Her Story in Domestic Violence PSA

Amber Heard is speaking out about domestic violence in a public service announcement for the GirlGaze Project. In the video, Heard shares her own story about facing and overcoming an abusive situation in a past relationship. Although Heard doesn't mention anyone by name, the actress finalized her divorce from Johnny Depp earlier this year after alleging repeated instances of domestic violence.

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Paul Feig Looks Back on Ghostbusters Backlash, Proposes Interesting Theory About Why It Happened

You know, besides sexism.

Ghostbusters: Answer the Call is currently available on Digital HD and Blu-ray/DVD, and at the recent New Yorker Festival, director Paul Feig was talking about some of the sexist backlash the film received now that he has some distance from the release and things have gotten a bit quieter. One thing he realized? There's a generational difference between him and the guys for whom this reboot "ruined their childhoods."

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[VIDEO] Don’t Call It a Comeback: Defending Reboots and Remakes

With reboots and remakes of long-running franchises and already existing, successful projects making up a significant number of films and TV shows released within the past few years, there's been some well-deserved complaints among fans who want Hollywood to take more chances on original stories. But, what do we mean when we say "original?"

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