You know those Funko Pops you’re currently drowning in? Put some of them to use with fun crafts like this Ghostbusters-themed Valentine’s Day wreath from EPBOT. She provided a full tutorial, so you can make wreaths of your own for any occasion and literally any fandom you can imagine.
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Not interested in watching the Super Bowl? Well, you might want to check in on the commercials because Entertainment Weekly reports that Netflix will debut a teaser for the second season of Stranger Things during the game. The image above featuring the gang sporting Ghostbusters costumes for Halloween (which is perfect since the season takes place in 1984) is from that teaser.
Details are scarce, but executive producer Shawn Levy did offer the following tidbit to EW:
“The Demogorgon was destroyed but evil wasn’t.”
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Funko may be trying to bury us all in cute figures and plushes. To that end they’ve unveiled yet another line: 6″ Playmobil figures.
They already have figures for Ghostbusters, Doctor Who, TMNT, Back To The Future and Willy Wonka. I can only imagine what’s coming in the future. Probably everything. [click to continue…]
Kate McKinnon imagines what it’s like to promote Ghostbusters all over the world. I guess. Honestly, I don’t even know what this is—but these over-the-top accents get progressively funnier. Watch the video below. [click to continue…]
Who you gonna call if you need the forecast for puns? If you said UK Channel 5 weather reporter Sian Welby, you’ve obviously been on the internet before.
This time Welby managed to cram 22 Ghostbusters puns in a single 60-second weather forecast. Check it out in the video below. [click to continue…]
If you’re a Ghostbusters fan living in London, take the Tube to Waterloo Station and check it out. There’s slime everywhere and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is trying to break through the floor!
Get down there and bust some ghosts, people. Check out more pics and a video below. [click to continue…]
Whether you’re old school or new, Penguin Random House and Little Golden Books has Ghostbusters for your little ones by New York Times bestselling author John Sazaklis and illustrated by Alan Baston.
The Original Ghostbusters:
For over 30 years the original Ghostbusters movie has been giving fans of all ages laugh-out-loud thrills and chills. Now, for the first time ever, boys and girls ages 3 to 7 can enjoy the classic Ghostbusters in a lighthearted Little Golden Book retelling that will introduce them to Slimer, Ecto-1, and, of course, the Ghostbusters!
The New Ghostbusters:
Thirty years after the original film took the world by storm, Ghostbusters is back and fully rebooted for a new generation. Director Paul Feig combines all the paranormal-fighting elements that made the original franchise so beloved with a cast of new characters, played by the funniest actors working today. The Ghostbusters are back and ready to save the world! Boys and girls ages 3 to 7 will love this laugh-out-loud Little Golden Book retelling, which features some of their favorite moments from the new hit film!
Starting September 13th, you’ll be able to introduce your kids to the magical question; “Who you gonna call?”.
Product Pages: Ghostbusters: Who You Gonna Call (Ghostbusters 2016) $4.99 / Ghostbusters (Ghostbusters) $3.87
As part of Sony’s Ghostbusters Day celebration yesterday (the first film was released on June 8, 1984) Build-A-Bear Workshop unveiled a new Ghostbusters line that will feature Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and a Ghostbusters Bear.
All three options are available for pre-order online through June 12 with an official launch in the U.K., Canada, and the U.S. slated for June 23. While Slimer and the Ghostbusters bear will be available in stores and online, Stay Puft is a web exclusive.
The 7-inch Slimer toy ($12.50) is pretty darn cute, and the 19-inch, Marshmallow Man can be customized with a number of accessories, including a sound chip for $7 (which plays the theme song) and a “marshmallow scent” for $3.50. Options for the 17-inch Ghostbusters bear break down like this:
- Ghostbusters Bear: $25.00
- Tan Jumpsuit: $13.50
- Proton Pack: $10.50
- Ghostbusters Theme Song sound chip: $7.00
- Ghostbusters furry friend tee: $7.00
- Marshmallow scent: $3.50
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ThinkGeek totally missed out on this idea for April Fools’ Day.
The truth is that this brilliant Ecto Containment Unit fuse box concept is the work of Dave’s Geeky Ideas. It would be a simple shell that could be easily placed over the existing panel.
Unfortunately, after installing this I would be super worried about shutting down the grid in my kitchen nook.
Check out more details about the concept on Dave’s Geeky Ideas.
NECA will be releasing a life-sized foam replica of Slimer from Ghostbusters this summer and… well, it’s kind of terrifying.
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