It is time for the sixth annual Ghostbusters Fans Halloween Costume Contest! Enter a photo of your Ghostbusters related costume for your chance to win! We have seen a ton of great and unique costumes over the years. Costumes range from a standard Ghostbusters uniform, to a Stay Puft or Slimer to Dana or Janine... anything Ghostbusters related goes! The best photos will be voted on by all on Ghostbusters Fans' page on Facebook. The top 3 fans with the most liked photos will win.
There are a few requirements to enter the contest they are:
- Photo must be of a Ghostbusters themed costume. - Photo must be current taken in 2014. - Photo must be of the person entering the contest. (Parents entering their children is okay). - No group photos may be entered, unless the group is a family that will share any prizes won.
Cubify from 3D Systems has introduced a new customizable 3D printed Ghostbusters figure that you can customize with your own face! Upload a picture of your face and start customizing with different hair types and colors, choose your favorite pose, preview and order! The service is priced at $69.99 plus shipping.
If you haven't already been bombarded by this news, where have you been for the past 12 hours!?
Social media has exploded overnight with comments and tweets about Paul Feig's plans for a new female centric Ghostbusters movie, spurred on by announcements made by Sony Pictures' official social media accounts. Entertainment Weekly also has an interview with the would-be Director where he discusses his vision for a new Ghostbusters movie including rebooting the whole franchise in a completely different universe with female actresses taking the lead. The news also includes the hiring of The Heat's writer Katie Dipplod to work on the script.
Fans have been raising their concerns on social media, such as the Ghostbusters Fans Facebook page and Twitter. Before everyone gets up in arms about this movie, everyone needs to remember this important fact. We have been to this point in "Ghostbusters 3" development several times. It was only a few years ago now that Etan Cohen was hired as the writer with Ivan Reitman directing. A few years before that, it was Lee Eisenberg & Gene Stupnitsky. And for a decade before that, Dan Aykroyd was certain he had the best script for a new Ghostbusters movie.
Before jumping to rash decisions and making a bunch of ignorant comments, let's consider for a second that this doesn't actually put us any closer to a new Ghostbusters movie than we have been before. It might be fun to think about the idea, or dismiss it entirely, but whatever does come out of it will be a positive change for the Ghostbusters franchise.
Posted By: AJ Quick at October 9th, 2014, 11:51 am
"To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Ghostbusters franchise and the upcoming Halloween holiday, TinyCo, Fox Digital Entertainment and Sony Pictures have announced a Ghostbusters-themed event for the hit mobile game FAMILY GUY: The Quest for Stuff. The integration of Ghostbusters into The Quest for Stuff highlights Fox and TinyCo’s unique strategy of combining globally renowned franchises into Quahog’s mobile universe.
As a part of a themed in-game event set to play out over the next several weeks, Peter accidentally opens a dark portal in the Quahog cemetery and unleashes all manner of ghosts and goblins on the city. With residents spooked and chaos looming, Quahog has no choice but to wonder, “who you gonna call?!”
Players will answer the call, helping FAMILY GUY cast members create their own team of Ghostbusters to defeat the unwanted spirits and restore order.
The event also introduces a new crafting interface to the game. Defeating ghoulish invaders will reward players with ‘soul points’ and crafting materials, which they can combine in a spooky crafting cauldron to create new characters, buildings and decorations. Through a ‘choose your own adventure’ style gameplay experience, players take divergent paths to reach the ultimate goal of saving Quahog from undead lurkers."
It is about time someone made a women's Ghostbusters outfit that doesn't involve booty shorts. We Love Fine has taken up the task by creating this line of officially licensed Ghostbusters Rompers for women.
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