To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020) Review

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Lara Jean and Peter are now properly in an official relationship after pretending but when she receives a letter back from one of her old love letters she is going to doubt everything about what she knows.

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Goal II (2007) Review

Santiago Munez who quickly became a superstar footballer with Newcastle United in the English Premier League is given a truly outstanding transfer to Spanish La Liga side Real Madrid. The big money move will test everything around his personality and how he can deal with the new found fame.

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News: Aykroyd Confirms Ghostbusters 3 Is All Go

I think this is great news !!! I love the Ghostbusters !!!

Dan Aykroyd has confirmed the third Ghostbusters movie is all set to go before the cameras – with the original cast in place to reprise the characters from the 1984 film.

The movie star reveals Sigourney Weaver has signed on for the project, alongside himself, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson – and the film could start shooting this winter.

Aykroyd still fears the project could “blow up” “at any second” but he hopes the new film will herald in a new generation of all-girl Ghostbusters.

He tells the Los Angeles Times newspaper, “I’d like it to be a passing-of-the-torch movie. Let’s revisit the old characters briefly and happily and have them there as family but let’s pass it on to a new generation.”

And the actor wants Alyssa Milano and Eliza Dushku to consider becoming part of the Ghostbusters family: “I think they’re amazing.”

News: No Sequel For Calendar Girls

I couldnt really see how a sequel would have worked when it was based on a true story.

Dame Helen Mirren’s co-star in Calendar Girls has laughed off reports of a sequel to the hit film – insisting the movie has produced enough spin-offs already.

Penelope Wilton starred alongside Mirren in the surprise 2003 smash, which chronicled the real-life story of a group of Women’s Institute members who produced a nude calendar to raise money for charity.

The movie grossed a massive $93 million (£62 million) worldwide and was this year turned into a hit West End show, while an anniversary calendar has just hit the U.K. shelves – but Wilton is adamant there won’t be another film.

She says, “I know a new tenth anniversary calendar has just come out, and there is a stage show as well, but I don’t believe there should be a new film. The Calendar Girls brand has gone as far as it can go.”