How the French Waste Time: Post-It Wars

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We thought we wasted time here in our office, but it looks like the French have stepped it up in a creative way by having a full-on Post-It Office Art War on their building windows. Sort of epic if you think about it. A Ghostbusters logo in Post-Its? Somebody at Staples is so excited right now.

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Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in Clay

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Nobody is going to deny that anything Ghostbusters related, especially the original film, is nothing short of amazing. Here is the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, in all its clay glory. Somebody has time and is awesome for making this.

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Bill Murray interivew on GQ.com worth a read

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The only thing you need to know is that Bill Murray talks about Ghostbusters 3. Like Jesus talking about the Bible, or Jay-Z talking The Blueprint.

It doesn’t really bode well for the kids that GB3 is going down, but there is hope, as you can read:

Is the third Ghostbusters movie happening? What’s the story with that?

It’s all a bunch of crock. It’s a crock. There was a story—and I gotta be careful here, I don’t want to hurt someone’s feelings. When I hurt someone’s feelings, I really want to hurt them. [laughs] Harold Ramis said, Oh, I’ve got these guys, they write on The Office, and they’re really funny. They’re going to write the next Ghostbusters. And they had just written this movie that he had directed.

Year One.

Year One. Well, I never went to see Year One, but people who did, including other Ghostbusters, said it was one of the worst things they had ever seen in their lives. So that dream just vaporized. That was gone. But it’s the studio that really wants this thing. It’s a franchise. It’s a franchise, and they made a whole lot of money on Ghostbusters.

Oh, sure, I remember. The soundtrack. The lunchboxes. The action figures.

Right. And it’s still one of the biggest movies of all time. And ever since that story broke, everywhere I go people are like, “So are you gonna make that movie?” I was down in Austin at South by Southwest, and you go at it hard down there—fun but, man, you need to sleep for days afterwards. Anyhow, I got into it one night with a bunch of younger people who were like, Oh, I love Peter Venkman! I grew up with Peter Venkman! We got to talking, and the more we talked about it, the more I thought, Oh Christ, I should just do this thing.

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