Early this year, we discovered that HYDRA HQ has a deep adoration of the Ghostbusters franchise and eventually accepted not being afraid of Feig's new reboot. Then, more rumors have swirled. Talks surfaced about another Ghostbusters film with Channing Tatum and Chris Pratt attached with a "mixed gender" team. Not forgetting that Dan Aykroyd kept hope alive for a 3rd film in the original franchise. It has all come to a head with this newest rumor that in no way is true. Sony is looking to team-up with Netflix!
Stephen Amell was on last night's episode of WWE RAW, and he picked a fight. WWE Executive Vice President, Triple H, was forced to settle this matter the only way the WWE knows how...with steroids...wait, no not that. Not this time. Instead, they'll just used plain ol' violence and aggression. That's right folks! The Green Arrow will be in a tag-team match in two weeks during WWE Summerslam!
I've had Ghostbusters on the brain since the first time I watched Egon, Ray, Winston, and Venkman. I was a child of the 80s, so obviously I loved my Saturday mornings with The Real Ghostbusters.
With all the casting rumors about the upcoming crossover character for the MCU and Sony, we've decided to break the news that we've made up our own casting decision.
Finally, Spider-Man is coming to the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). In a blockbuster announcement, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have cut a deal. Basically, Spider-Man gets to be in Marvel/Disney team-up films, and Sony gets the creative control over Spidey's solo outings
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