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Would You Watch Movies In A Ghostbusters Shared Cinematic Universe?

With a new Ghostbusters film due out next year, Dan Aykroyd is talking about moving forward with other projects set int he same world. Would it be a success though?

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Jason Reitman Working On A Secret Ghostbusters Movie

Ghostbusters fans may finally be getting the sequel they’ve clamoured for for years. It was leaked yesterday that Jason Reitman is working on a new Ghostbusters project that is being kept very hush hush as he works towards a summer 2020 release.

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Hugh Jackman And Jason Reitman Talk The Front Runner At Tiff 2018

If you were old enough to pay attention to politics in 1988, odds are you’ve heard this story before. U.S. Senator Gary Hart was running for President of the United States, and was considered the front runner for the Democratic party to do so, when suddenly his campaign was derailed by a scandalous love affair. Canadian director Jason Reitman loved the story so much that he decided to make a movie about it, and he pulled Hugh Jackman with him to star as the disgraced Senator.

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Movie Review – Young Adult

Admit it, we all knew the type of person in school who wore the nicest clothing, hung out with the most popular people, and was mean to everyone else because they thought they were better than them. When you get older you may wonder every once in awhile what happened to them. Young Adult is the latest movie from the duo of Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody (Juno), and it explores one such person years after their popularity has waned.

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George Stroumboulopoulos’ Secret Movie Had Crowds Lining Up

George Stroumboulopoulos announced last week on his hit CBC talk show that he was hosting a secret movie at the TIFF Lightbox theater in downtown Toronto on October the 18th, and everyone who e-mailed him would be put on the guest list. He even released a video tempting our curiosities further by letting us know that we would know the director and writer of the film, and that we may even have a “superfan-ish” devotion to them. It was all in good fun and games, and it worked.

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