You’ve probably already seen James Maxwell talking about busting ghosts with science from the Ghostbusters (2016) In Movie Site. (GBI Blog Post, March 4, 2016)
If you haven’t yet or its been a while James Maxwell, (who probably should be working for us) is a scientist who is pretty knowledgable about accelerators. At the time Ghostbusters (2016) was in production he was also a fortunate ghosthead who work on the theoretical Ghostbusters (2016) equipment. Or props since they can’t actually catch and capture ghosts.
At the end of May, (yeah, we get busy) David Latchman from Creators interviewed James Maxwell about his involvement with Ghostbusters (2016) and helping in making the props realer.
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During yesterday’s on-line trailer premiere (Ghostbusters International Blog Post, March 3, 2016) a hidden web site address appeared as a scientific equation quite a few employees around here understand maybe too well.
A fan base aside for a moment, its easy to miss it if upon a few viewings. Its been three decades and we’re still finding things within both Ghostbusters movies. While checking out a nerd culture site they had a short video that’s a behind the scenes of Ghostbusters (2016). Talking new Ghostbusters science.
Before I had a chance to look into the video’s interwebs origins, Ghostbusters associate Paul Rudoff through Spook Central‘s Facebook page posted the site. Ghostheads everywhere could be on their periodic tables. Continue reading “Ghostbusters 2016 In Movie Site”