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WGA Awards: Steve Carell, Patricia Arquette, Patrick Stewart Among West Coast Presenters

Bob Saget, Scott Foley, Adam Scott and James Corden will also hand out trophies at the L.A. ceremony.

The Original ‘Ghostbusters’ Cast: Where Are They Now?

2014 marked the 30th anniversary of the original 'Ghostbusters' movie, which will be rebooted by an all-female cast under the directorship of Paul Feig in 2015.

WGA Awards: Harold Ramis to Be Honored With Screenwriting Achievement Prize

The late screenwriter-director-actor-producer's family will accept the award on his behalf.

Andrea Martin to Host the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards

The American-born sketch comedy legend will host Canada's film and TV awards

Toronto: Bill Murray Day Set for Sept. 5

'Groundhog Day' for the comedian's fans

Andie MacDowell Remembers Harold Ramis: ‘He Was Like a Great Big Teddy Bear’

The actress, who starred in "Groundhog Day" and "Multiplicity" for the comedy legend, reflects on his love for crossword puzzles, continual optimism and "loving, gentle, kind soul."

‘Ghostbusters III’ Script to Be Reworked Following Harold Ramis’ Death

The Sony sequel remains on track but will need to be tweaked since Ramis had been scheduled to make a cameo appearance along with the other original Ghostbusters, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd.

Obama on Harold Ramis’ Death: Thoughts With Those ‘Who Hope That He Received Total Consciousness’

The president comments on the sad news that the man behind "Caddyshack," "Animal House" and "Ghostbusters" has died.

Harold Ramis Death: Hollywood Mourns Writer-Director

UPDATED: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Billy Crystal, Judd Apatow and Jack Black are among those remembering the man behind "Animal House," "Caddyshack" and "Ghostbusters."

Harold Ramis Dead: Writer-Director Dies at 69

The man behind comedy hits like "Animal House," "Caddyshack" and "Ghostbusters" died from complications related to autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis.

Tim Minchin Reveals ‘Groundhog Day’ Musical Plans

The "Matilda" composer announced that he is adapting the 1993 comedy, promising it will be "instantly recognizable, and utterly different."