The announcement that director Jason Reitman would be helming a new Ghostbusters sequel set in the universe of the original films has inspired numerous reactions across the internet, with
“I'm for anybody who's making movies. I talked to Jason about it, he's just always had this idea, and his goes back to the world where the guys did exist and I'm like, 'I want to see that,'" McCarthy recently shared with Entertainment Tonight. "I'm all for it. I say like, 'Tell the story.'"
The initial announcement about the endeavor earlier this year confirmed that this new film would ignore the events of the 2016 reboot, which disappointed many fans of that entry into the franchise. One could see how McCarthy would be disappointed with the narrative of her film not getting a follow-up, yet she knows that more entries in the series
Last week, director of the reboot Paul Feig praised Reitman, explaining how it was his support that saw the reboot get made in the first place. McCarthy's co-star Lesley Jones, on the other hand, wasn't entirely thrilled about the upcoming sequel.
Jones tweeted about the project, "So insulting. Like f-
The actress later offered more context for her anger, explaining, "It’s very sad that this is
The new Ghostbusters is set to land in theaters on July 10, 2020.
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