There's a dry cleaner somewhere cursing at the TV.
It started when the stars of Ghostbusters Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon stopped by The Graham Norton Show to talk about their upcoming film. In honor of them, Norton had a number of people slimed, but a surprise guest entered the red seat, that being Paul Feig.
When asked if he had a story to tell, Feig said: "Well I actually want to throw it back on the ladies because ah, since we're all in the business of ruining men's childhoods, uh, Kristen and Melissa had, they came up with this way to really enrage men which they thought would be to do the folk lady version of Ghostbusters, so I would like them to perform that for you."
The deal was if they sang their song, Feig would get slimed, and after a rousing folk rendition of the well-known theme (sans skatting, much to Leslie Jones' dismay), the director got a bucket of green slime poured all over that stylish suit. If that happened to me, I'd be a little unhappy too.
Ghostbusters hits theatres on July 15th.