In honor of the film’s 30th anniversary, the classic comedy has been given both a day of recognition and a theatrical re-release (starting Aug. 29).
It’s National Ghostbusters Day today (really!), and in celebration we thought we’d dig deep into the 1984 horror-comedy classic to reveal seven fascinating bits of trivia that you might not have heard before.
Cults are OVER!
To get ready for his appearance on Thursday’s episode, here are a few of Steve’s greatest hits.
While you were sleeping, Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci were playing games on @Midnight.
If you’re a WWE fan, you’ll have noticed that The Miz, star of The Marine sequels, has been playing the part of an egotistical movie star…
This special Billy on the Street segment has pedestrians answering TV-related questions for a dollar. Most fail miserably.
Being a standup comedian is hard work. Each show you step up on stage and put yourself out there to sink or swim in the public eye and hecklers just make it all so much worse.
In case you missed it, last night’s Emmy medley was just further proof the Weird Al needs to perform at the Super Bowl.
The DVD comes out Aug. 26.