Why is it a myth, a cult, a womb of hilarity people long to return to?
The answer, ironically, has to do with everything that’s ramshackle and throwaway and, in all likelihood, un-reproduce-able about it.
Here’s what it involves: You fashion yourself one of those khaki cosmonaut/exterminator suits embellished with your own name in place of Venkman or Spengler. You sit around with your fellow Ghostbusters talking about “Ghostbusters” or posing in groups of three or four, energy weapons at the ready, looking like you’re on the way to a ghost-bust.
You build yourself a proton pack — a relatively elaborate piece of construction that involves getting all the lights and nodules in the right place, though these days you can also just purchase a proton pack for $54.95 at Wal-Mart. (You also show up for a lot of charity work; the Ghostbusters are nothing if not generous.) As “Ghostheads” reveals, there are people throughout America who long for nothing so much as to live inside the family of “Ghostbusters.” All of which raises the question: Why? Why is it anything more than a fondly remembered special-effects comedy jam from the ’80s?
"I think she's so great, and the social barriers broke down, and I interrupted the conversation. I really like her, and it was embarrassing, so I'll never speak to her again." Goodman doesn't always feel comfortable around other Hollywood stars, admitting he feels like he has "nothing to bring to the party." The actor did spend time with Bill Murray on star Brie Larson. We'd go look at kangaroos and she'd organize a trip to an amusement park after they closed ...
And I would just hate for somebody to do that to me." "She goes, 'Yeah, I'll talk to you in a minute,'" he said, making the sound of a bomb dropping. She's incredible." Goodman is best known for playing Dan Conner on ABC sitcom show on Wednesday.
fame -- are a thing, referring to the singer-songwriter as Murray's "current younger love interest." The two were onstage together on Tuesday night at New York City club Good Units, where Murray was celebrating his latest film, "Jenny is Bill's special friend," a source told the outlet.