In New Avengers #3, there is this page, featuring banter between the New Avengers and the Thing regarding a certain movie:
Wade von Grawbadger, and Laura Martin.
I certainly count this fine example of cinema very high among my all-time faves list. But I also am acutely aware that it's, let's face it, an OLD movie. Ghostbusters was released in 1984, which makes it more or less 25 years old.
This is funny for a couple of reasons. First of all, with the "rolling timeline" of the Marvel universe, in which the rise of superheroes is never more than 13 to 15 years ago, the film Ghostbusters would have been out for nearly 10 years before the first superheroes (the Fantastic Four) appeared in the Marvel-public's eye. So the Thing would have seen the movie as Ben Grimm, a somewhat young teenager at the time, and ten years later have become the heroic monster we all know and love.
The second thing is to consider the target audience of comic books, which would primarily be young males age 14-17, which again, places the reference nearly 10 years out of their reach. Much is made in the Avengers comic itself about this very fact, of course, because if the young readers are like Ms. Marvel, who says she's never seen it, they will meet with the Thing's incredulity and remark that it's ubiquitously on cable.
Of course, there's always YouTube as well.