Next year, Playmobil will release a toy line inspired by the original "Ghostbusters" film.
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Justin Long, Ashley Tisdale, Jonathan Banks and more will lend their voices to the series, which will debut on Netflix this fall.
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According to a new report, Elizabeth Banks, Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling and Helena Bonham Carter will join Sandra Bullock in "Ocean's Eleven."
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The latest poster for Sony's "Ghostbusters" features special appearances by "Thor" star Chris Hemsworth and the team's iconic Ecto-1 car.
Thanks to a deal between Shout! Factory and Hasbro Studios, a 30th Anniversary Edition of "Transformers - The Movie" is headed for home release this fall.
Johnson offered a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at "Star Wars: Episode VIII" in a new post on his Tumblr blog.
A new report pinpoints "Fuller House's" rating, which stacks it above popular programs like "The Walking Dead," "Sunday Night Football" and "Empire."
Executive producers Matt Thompson and Casey Will addressed whether or not "Archer" will ever get a feature film and revealed their dream casting for the title role.
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