The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man featured on NBC’s Today show

Today co-host Al Roker has a favorite film. Any guesses to what it is? Here’s a hint…

Pic source: https://twitter.com/TODAYshow/status/502055787104333824/photo/1

As if you couldn’t tell!

In celebration of Al’s 60th birthday, the folks over at NBC erected a massive Stay Puft Marshmallow Man directly in the middle of Rockefeller Center!

To help add to the festivities, NY Mayor Bill de Blasio stopped by and declared today ‘Al Roker Appreciation Day”.

Click the below link to check out the video!

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Video: The Lego Ghostbusters Movie (short film)

Over the past few months Lego enthusiast Monsieur Caron has been hard at work putting together a fan made short film featuring the new Lego Ghostbusters play set. You can find the video below, but beforehand check out what Caron had to say about this labor of love:

This is an homage to the 30th anniversary of the Ghostbusters movie made with everyones favorite toy… LEGO bricks. With the LEGO Ideas set 21108 that came out this year, I had to do a brickfilm to make the Ecto-1 shine again.

Or course, I had to put a lot of ghosts into it, so I added some famous movie “ghosts” as well as a new one. There is no LEGO “Slimer”, so I found someone else (who eat a lot) to fill in.

Oh, before you go, be sure to watch the behind the scenes featurette!

Learn how to make Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Baked Alaska

Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman recently opened up a restaurant in Toronto, Ontario Canada called Montecito. While the menu does see daily change thanks to local suppliers, a marshmallow based desert has proven to be one of the restuarants more popular items!

If you can’t make it to Toronto, here’s a quick ‘how-to’ video featuring Montecito executive chef Matt Robertson:

For more information on Montecito, be sure to check out TheStar.com’s original article.

Video: Dan Aykroyd on the Today Show

Dan Aykroyd stopped by the Today Show to talk about the brand new James Brown biopic Get On Up, however it didn’t take long for the focus to shift to Ghostbusters and more importantantly Ghostbusters 3. Aykroyd said that “It looks like we’ll be in pre-production in the spring now, from what I’m hearing,” he told host Carson Daly. “It should be good.”

Dan, we absolutely love you, but we’re holding out for the official announcement from Sony.

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