A new hero will don the jetpack and fly the franchise into the Cold War -- here are 10 actors we believe are ready for the mantle.
With Sony reportedly moving forward with a "Ghostbusters" sequel, CBR looks at ways to make the next "Ghostbusters 2" better than the last.
Amid continued controversy, CBR's Casey Gilly examines the critical feminist impact of the new female-led "Ghostbusters" film.
The "Saturday Night Live" veteran had left the social media platform earlier this week after being the target of a barrage of sexist and racist tweets.
Jones reached the decision after a number of Twitter users attacked her account with racist comments filled with hateful accusations about her appearance and more.
After much outcry and controversy, it turns out Paul Feig's franchise reboot is hilarious -- and it won't even ruin your childhood.
The Ghostbusters are sporting new gear, thanks to improvements on their proton packs in this new behind-the-scenes video.
At the request of Paul Feig, stars Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig perform their "folk-lady" a cappella cover of the classic theme.
Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon strike a pose, and address the online blacklash to the reboot.
Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy and Leslie Jones give Ray Parker Jr.'s classic theme song a new sound.
Sony has released four character spotlights that reveal new information about the film's four lead characters.
The "Bridesmaids" director has been shocked by misogyny surrounding the movie industry.
Both "Ghostbusters" casts are set to appear next week alongside Jimmy Kimmel on his late-night ABC talk show.
The comedy star addresses the internet trolls who have targeted the reboot, saying, "I just hope they find a friend."
As a reminder for Administrative Professionals Day, the cast and director of the franchise reboot turn the spotlight on Ghostbusters receptionist Kevin.
Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Slimer star in a series of new posters and covers for the Sony reboot.
Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones rock out at a rock concert in the latest image from the Paul Feig reboot.
The "Ghostbusters" director praised Jones' comedic chops and revealed that he and his co-writer originally wrote the role of Patty Tolan for McCarthy.