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Ghostbusters is back … with women in charge

A new Ghostbusters film is on the way, and this time it’s women who they’re gonna call to do most of the busting.

Paul Feig, who directed Bridesmaids and The Heat, confirmed the movie on Twitter, and announced that Katie Dippold (Parks and Recreation, The Heat) is helping write it. “It’s official,” Feig tweeted. “I’m making a new Ghostbusters & writing it with @katiedippold & yes, it will star hilarious women. That’s who I’m gonna call.”

The original Ghostbusters movie starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Rick Moranis, was a huge worldwide hit in 1984.

The new movie will not be a sequel so much as a “total reboot”, Variety reported. Ivan Reitman, who directed the original movie and Ghostbusters II, dropped out of directing a third movie in the series in March.

Gone Girl holds on to top spot

Gone Girl held on to the No 1 spot at the box office on both sides of the Atlantic over the weekend of October 10-12. In the UK three new releases
– The Maze Runner, Annabelle and One Direction: Where We Are – took the No 2, 3 and 4 spots, with The Rewrite entering at 9, the videocast of the Metropolitan Opera’s Macbeth at 11 and ’71 at 12. In the US new releases Dracula Untold and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day were at 2 and 3.

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Writer sues Disney over Frozen

A Peruvian writer is suing Disney for $250 million, alleging that the studio's worldwide hit film Frozen plagiarised her memoirs.

Isabella Tanikumi's Living My Truth and Yearnings of the Heart tells of

her experiences growing up at the foothills of the Peruvian Andes. The

lawsuit claims that her book and the film are both set at the foot of snow-covered mountains and both focus on the relationship between two sisters, one of whom causes the other to be injured, then hides away. One of them in Tanikumi's book has suitors named Hans and Cristoff. In Frozen, Anna is romantically involved with a prince called Hans and an ice harvester named Kristoff. The lawsuit has been widely ridiculed online.

Leviathan triumphs at LFF

Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan, the tragic tale of conflict between an individual and a corrupt system in a small Russian town, won the Best Film award at the 58th BFI London Film Festival. The Sutherland Award for the most original and imaginative first feature went to the Ukranian drama The Tribe and the Grierson Award for best documentary to Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait, by Ossama Mohammed and Wiam Simav Bedirxan. Sameena Jabeen Ahmed won the Best British Newcomer award for her role in Catch Me Daddy.

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