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Ghostbusters: Afterlife: This Actress Was Afraid To Join the Sequel



We will get the new Ghostbusters movie next year. We have already seen many of its installments and we all liked it very much. Ghostbusters: Afterlife is the sequel of the 1984 movie. We will see stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, and Paul Rudd in lead roles. Jason Reitman is the director and Ivan Reitman is the producer. Everyone is super excited regarding the film.

Recently it is revealed that a star who will feature in the upcoming Ghostbusters movie was earlier afraid to do it. Below is everything which you should know about it:

Carrie Coon Was Afraid To Do Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Carrie Coon will play the part of Callie who is a single mother in the movie. She recently talked about the movie during an interview with Collider, she said that she was earlier afraid to do the film. So she earlier thought that she would just only play a simple role of a mother in the movie.

But when she saw the script written by Jason Reitman, she liked the part and then just said yes to do this movie. She said that Reitman is the next generation.

Confirmed Release Date For Ghostbusters: Afterlife

The shooting of the upcoming Ghostbusters movie already finished back in the previous year. But unfortunately, Sony has to postpone the release of the movie due to the ongoing pandemic situation. The government shut down theaters in many countries. Due to this, now we have to wait for the comedy-drama movie for a longer time.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife was earlier scheduled to release on n July 10, 2020. Now this flick will hit the theaters on March 5, 2021. This date was set for the Tom Holland video game movie Uncharted which is also faced delay. Watch the trailer for the new Ghostbusters film here:

Casting Of Ghostbusters: Afterlife

We will see these stars in the forthcoming Ghostbusters flick:

  • Mckenna Grace as Phoebe
  • Finn Wolfhard as Trevor
  • Carrie Coon as Callie
  • Paul Rudd as Mr. Grooberson
  • Logan Kim as Phoebe’s classmate
  • Celeste O’Connor as Trevor’s classmate
  • Bill Murray as Dr. Peter Venkman
  • Dan Aykroyd as Dr. Raymond “Ray” Stantz
  • Ernie Hudson as Dr. Winston Zeddemore


Alessia Cara on Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back to Black’: ‘She Just Laid It All Out’




This piece is part of our ongoing coverage of Rolling Stone’s newly updated 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black topped Alessia Cara’s personal ballot and landed at number 33 on the overall list. Here, Cara reflects on how the album comforted and inspired her during a formative time. (Go here to read the complete list of 500 Greatest Albums voters and learn more about how the current ranking was assembled.)

I remember seeing the music video for “Rehab” on MTV when I was nine or 10 years old and I fell in love with it. I fell in love with the song, with her voice, with her. She just really captivated me. When the record came out, it was everything to me. I loved it so much. I remember I downloaded all of the songs on this little hot pink iPod Nano and I listened to it on the bus ride to and from school almost every day. I was probably too young to even be listening to that music because she swore a lot and the subject matter was super heavy, but for some reason I still identified with it. I identified with the loneliness and the certain types of vulnerabilities and fears and pain that she was experiencing. Even though she was a lot older than me, I still identified with it and loved her. 

There was a period of time in school where I didn’t have a lot of friends and I was sort of just a recluse. I had that feeling all throughout high school — that sense of solitude, and feeling discomfort in that. Amy Winehouse is one of the reasons that I wanted to become a musician in the first place. I remember watching her acoustic performances before she became, you know, Amy Winehouse. She was just up there with her guitar and she never sang the same way twice. That was something that I loved about her, that I’m still trying to do. She is one of the most honest songwriters I’ve ever listened to in my life. She was exclusively herself at all times. She was never afraid to say anything. She just laid it all out. She just went there and sat in the discomfort, invited her pain in and sat with it. 

The things that she’s saying are not pretty things. They’re not sugarcoated. And sometimes they’re ugly. Sometimes your feelings are ugly. Your days are going to be ugly. Your pain is ugly. But when you talk about it so openly, I think that’s where you find your real strength and that’s where it becomes beautiful. An album like Back to Black opened so many doors for all young women after her to be able to say what they wanted to — unapologetically. And she definitely did that for me. So that’s why it was my number one — because not only is it just a masterpiece in itself, because she changed everything for young women in this industry. 

I think Amy definitely took lot of blows that we don’t have to take nowadays — because she took them all. I remember some headlines while she was still alive that were just brutal. It’s crazy that now, after she passed, people just took all that back and were like, “Oh, never mind. She was a legend.” Why couldn’t you see that when she was around? People just mistreated her so much. 

As told to Brenna Ehrlich

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A Smoochy Locky & Irena Have Made Their Post-Bachie Debut On Instagram So Awwww, We Guess?




Locky Gilbert and Irena Srbinovska have made their couple’s debut on Instagram after finishing The Bachelor. It’s the usual cute, smitten stuff you’d expect, but because it’s Locky, we’re all pleasantly surprised.

In case you’ve already forgotten (we don’t blame ya), Locky ultimately went with Irena after telling both her and Bella he loved them. His decision put to bed the fiercest and most dramatic rivalry of the entire Bachelor season.

“Thanks for all the love and support from everyone, we’ve definitely read all of your messages and sorry that we couldn’t get back to you,” Irena said in a video on the show’s official account.

“I’m so excited for the future, I can’t wait for us to start living our life together, finally.”

Locky added that he’s keen to get back in the outdoors with his new missus, and hopefully “go for a hike, or go for a camp.”

“Anywhere out in nature, because that’s where we’re both happy,” he said.

“It’s been so long and we’ve had all these plans and it’s just been delayed, and delayed, and delayed.”

His first personal upload since The Bachelor wrapped up was pretty much the same, but maybe a tad more loved-up.

“I have always listened to my heart and it has lead me to this point,” Locky wrote.

“As hard as it was to say good bye. I was also saying hello to my future wife, baby mumma and best friend.”

Yeah, some of the lines are a bit generic, but it’s cute, alright.

“I cannot wait to spend the rest of my life with you,” he went on.

“Here is to one crazy adventure and so so many more with you babe.”

“Crazy adventure”… yeah we know, Locky. You don’t need to remind us that you’re an outdoor adventure guide and Survivor star.

That being said, all the best on that adventure, both of ya.

Of course, Bachelor-winner Irena has also made her own inaugural couple’s post on Insta.

It’s a bit shorter and more succinct, but still pretty damn cute.

“I got the man of my dreams and I couldn’t be happier,” she said.

“I love you so much Locky Gilbert.”

Same pic, but it’s a nice one, so who can blame them for double dipping?

In the comments of both post were a tonne of other contestants from The Bachelor wishing the the lucky couple well.

We wish them well too, no matter how forced their relationship might be.

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Evan Rachel Wood on Kajillionaire’s big dance scene




Evan Rachel Wood steals nearly every scene in Miranda July’s new film, Kajillionaire. As Old Dolio, she’s a 26-year-old with the emotional intelligence of a 12-year-old and an oversized wardrobe to match. She’s awkward and possessive, but still yearns for a life of her own—something that hasn’t really been possible with her parents until Gina Rodriguez’s character, Melanie, comes into the picture. Alongside Melanie, she begins to explore the little things she’s missed in her life, from Saturday morning pancakes to warm hugs. Together, the two actually pay for food at the grocery store, and even do some dancing, just because. It’s that latter scene that’s so staggering, as Wood uses Old Dolio’s doddering naïveté to create a dance that’s both so free it’s impressive and also almost too free for comfort. The A.V. Club talked to Wood about that scene, as well as what she’d nab to eat were she set free in a gas station convenience store right after living through “The Big One.”

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