ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Ernie Hudson reflects on Winston Zeddemore, 'Star Trek' and 'Mission: Impossible' prepare theme park rides, and 'Black Sea' gets a cool new poster.

FEATURED: Ernie Hudson looks back on 'Ghostbusters' in this bittersweet, brutally honest assessment:

Winston wasn’t included in the movie poster or the trailer and all that stuff. I felt, had the original character been in play at the beginning, that would’ve been different because it would’ve clearly been four guys. It would’ve sent a signal to the studios and very likely impacted my career in a different way. I think the fans see the Ghostbusters as four characters. I do some of the conventions, and I’ve met thousands of people, and I deputize kids as Little Ghostbusters. And the question I always used to get was, “Where does Winston go?” That’s the thing with Winston: He will pop up and then disappear.

EW has the whole thing.


- George Lucas' new museum just looks ridiculous. [Vulture]

- Revisiting the acclaimed, controversial modern take on Wonder Woman. [Comics Alliance]

- The five best video game voice actors. [Arcade Sushi]


- Paramount's new theme park will include 'Star Trek' and 'Mission: Impossible' rides. [Attractions Management]

- The film adaptation of 'Day Men' has found a writer. [THR]

- 'Whatever Makes You Happy' has cast Susan Sarandon, Allison Janney and Stephen Amell. [Coming Soon]

- John Malkovich and Toni Collette have joined the CIA thriller 'Unlocked.' [Variety]


- Yes, that is a teaser for the next trailer for '50 Shades of Grey.'

- Jude Law's submarine thriller 'Black Sea' has debuted an awesome retro poster.

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