Artist Stone Cold Piper (Twitter) created the above Ghostbusters (2016) fan art. In our opinions* art like this should be licensed for apparel, posters, pins, and more. The ectoplasmic sky is practically the limit.**
*An opinion expressed by a Ghostbusters International employee isn’t necessarily representative of Ghostbusters International and it parent company.
**Also, the sky isn’t currently filled with ectoplasm.
Source: Stone Cold Piper (Twitter)
This past week Ghostbusters (2016) promotion continued in Mexico’s Cinepolis Carso Square. Sony Pictures Mexico (Facebook) shared some photos.
Facebook’s Translation from Spanish
When something funny happens, you know who to call. #Ghostbusters. Soon, only in cinemas.
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The Diecast Company out of The Netherlands has a pre-order for an upcoming remote controlled die cast Ecto-1. Along with pre-orders for Ghostbusters (2016) Ecto-1s. One is also remote controlled. The second Ghostbusters (2016) Ecto-1 may be for a slightly younger ghosthead.
This Wednesday, February 24, 2016 IDW Publishing and Ghostbusters International continue to present the newest series in Ghostbusters comics, Ghostbusters International. This is a preview for Issue 2.
Possible spoilers ahead.
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As I’m sure most know these days, Twinkies and Ghostbusters have synergy. If you’re a ghosthead you can’t quite have one without the other. During the rise of Gozer, my employers had some bad habits. For Dr. Egon Spengler, it was snack foods. During a key moment to explain “the bad” they and NYC were on the verge on, Dr. Spengler had a Hostess Twinkie. Coincidental or not it made for a great analogy about what was to come, a 100ft marshmallow man from another snack food empire, the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Company.
Unfortunately their was never a cross promotional tie-in, like with X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Ghostbusters, Hostess Twinkies, and Stay-Puft’s marshmallows became the “best of friends.”
During Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary I tweeted Hostess to ask and to have a little fun if we’d have a Ghostbusters Twinkie promotion. They had a great sense of humor about it and were open to working with Sony/Columbia. At the time I’d hope we’d see something for Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary. That was before we knew about the next chapter in the Ghostbusters film franchise. Continue reading “Hostess Key Lime Slime Twinkies” →