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How ‘Draft Day’ Director Ivan Reitman Got His Groove Back

14 April 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

MeatballsStripesGhostbusters and Dave are four of Ivan Reitman‘s films that have stood the test of time. When Reitman was on top of his game, the now 67-year-old filmmaker hit grand slams. I’m not using these sports metaphors because his latest film, Draft Day, includes the NFL Draft, but because, like athletes, some directors have hot streaks and cold streaks. For an array of reasons, slumps happen. Reitman’s lasted 18 years. After Dave he directed Junior, Father’s Day, EvolutionMy Super Ex-Girlfriend, and Six Days, Seven Nights. A few of those films had glimmers of hope that Reitman hadn’t lost his touch, but during those years, only as a producer was he making quality movies. People generally focus on the films that proceeded Dave, not Old SchoolUp in the Air,  I Love You, Man and Private Parts, and one of those acclaimed films he came close to directing. “It »

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8 Directors Who Should Make Ghostbusters 3

22 March 2014 12:46 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

News hit last week that veteran filmmaker Ivan Reitman is stepping down as director of Ghostbusters 3 following the loss of Harold Ramis. Sony are still going ahead with the movie with Reitman as a producer and are hoping to shoot early 2015 in New York. Is that a good or a bad thing? With two of the key creators of the first two films gone, does that mean that the product we’ll eventually be faced with will actually resemble a Ghostbusters movie at all?

That said, it has to be asked: How crucial is the original director to making a ‘true’ Ghostbusters movie in the first place? Yes, Ivan Reitman helped create a comedy classic in the first film, but he was also responsible for the much less well-received Ghostbusters II and hasn’t really had a properly successful film since the ’90s, his last two features as director »

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Ivan Reitman Will Not Direct Ghostbusters 3

19 March 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

In what can only be viewed as good news, it has been confirmed that Ivan Reitman no longer intends to direct the long-talked-about-despite-the-complete-and-utter-lack-of-actual-forward-progress Ghostbusters 3. No matter whether you are pro or anti further ghost busting, this is a good thing. Why?Well, if you're one of those who wants a third Ghostbusters film and actually want it to be good, well, consider that Reitman is now more than twenty years removed from the last actually good film that he has directed, that being 1993's Dave. In the intervening years he has helmed Junior, Father's Day, Six Days Seven Nights, Evolution, Cooking Lessons, My Super Ex-Girlfriend, No Strings Attached and the yet to be released Draft Day, whose trailers look typically awful. Let's be honest: Is...

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Sherlock concludes with 8.77 million for 'His Last Vow' on Sunday

13 January 2014 2:57 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Sherlock continued its Sunday ratings domination with its final episode of series three, overnight ratings reveal.

The BBC One drama concluded with 8.77 million viewers (32.1%) for 'His Last Vow' at 8.30pm, down slightly from last week's 8.84m.

Earlier, Celebrity Mastermind quizzed 4.59m (19.4%) at 7pm, followed by Antiques Roadshow with 6.17m (24.5%) at 7.30pm.

On BBC Two, Simon Reeves's Tea Trail interested 1.60m (5.9%) at 8.15pm, while Dan Snow's Operation Grand Canyon brought in 2.34m (9.0%) at 9.15pm.

ITV's Dancing on Ice shed nearly 400,000 viewers from last week's opener, attracting 5.86m (24.7%) at 6.15pm (286k/1.1% on +1). Its results show was seen by 5.32m (18.8%) at 8.30pm (168k/0.6%).

All-Star Family Fortunes entertained 5.02m (19.9%) at 7.45pm (171k/0.6%) at 7.45pm, while All New It'll Be Alright on the Night amused 3.62m (13.4%) at 9pm (226k/1.3%).

Channel 4's Speed with Guy Martin gathered 1.81m (6.7%) at 8pm (206k/0.8%), followed by action movie Fast Five with 1.74m (8.7%) at 9pm (242k/2.1%).

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