Winter Storm Juno has been hitting the East Coast with varying ferocity over the last couple days. Schools and businesses across the region have been closed, but the photos of people having a great time outside are not in short supply.
You don't mess around with animal lovers, and that's something GoDaddy has learned the hard way. The company released their Super Bowl commercial, or what would have been, earlier today. The reaction was anything but positive. I admit my mouth dropped open the first time I saw it and Julie simply said, "That's horrible."
What kid doesn't dream of a snow day? It's the ultimate wish as soon as they hear there's snow in the forecast. My daughter asked me this morning if school was cancelled, only to be disappointed to find out all the snow was on the East Coast. But did you know it's not just the kids who look forward to them?
So Sony and director Paul Feig have found their new Ghostbusters: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon. This whole idea of an all-female ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot came together after the passing of original series star and co-writer Harold Ramis, when director Ivan Reitman relinquished the franchise’s director’s chair and everyone involved finally gave up on trying to convince stubborn (and probably very wise) Bill Murray to make a second sequel to the original film.
While Bostonians are attacked from all sides by a big snowstorm today, officials at The Iowa Environmental Mesonet inside the Iowa State's Science & Technology department have some weather news for us: We may not see many more snow events this season, but the ones that do come could be more intense.
Since the news of an all-female 'Ghostbusters' was announced, we've all had lots of fun attempting to reverse-gender cast the film. Melissa McCarthy! Amy Poehler! Emma Stone!! All that speculation has come to an end. Director Paul Feig tweeted a picture of four women that serves as your an official reveal of the new 'Ghostbusters' cast.
It's hard to believe that the biggest story before the Super Bowl is about the amount of air in some footballs, but Deflategate continues to be the scandal that won't go away. With that in mind, the New York Times decided to do some investigative reporting to show fans just what goes on in a Wilson football factory.
Back when Disney paid $3 billion to purchase Lucasfilm, most focused on what they could and would do with the 'Star Wars' franchise. But, let's not forget about that other big Lucasfilm franchise: Indiana Jones. If Disney's dropping stacks on stacks for Lucasfilm, you better believe they're going to want their money's worth, and that includes a new series of Indiana Jones movies. Case in point: Disney has reportedly ready to focus on a reboot of the popular character and want 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Chris Pratt to take over the whip from Harrison Ford.
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