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Why the female Ghostbusters is not such massive victory for women

To start off, whether it’s got a male or female cast, there is no need for another addition to the Ghostbusters franchise. It’s fine as it is. 583 more words

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"SNL" Writer and Cast Member Leslie Jones On Tap for All-Female ‘Ghostbusters’ Reboot

According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Saturday Night Live” cast member Leslie Jones is in final negotiations to sign on for the all-female version of the classic 1980s film “Ghostbusters.” 145 more words


Reaction: The "Ghostbusters" Cast Couldn't Be Better

As with most people, the word “reboot” sets my teeth on edge. I’m always a proponent of discarding tired concepts and flagging franchises in favor of original material. 28 more words


Ghostbusters, but with Chicks

Have we discussed the recently announced casting of the Ghostbusters reboot? (Again, I do not know the real differences between reboots and reimaginings and whatever.) The Ghostbusters we deserve and want will be starring our pals… 154 more words

Bridesmaids & Ghostbusters

They are remaking Ghostbusters! Or rebooting it, pretty much the same thing. I love the first Ghostbusters film, but I’m haunted by a bad memory of going to see it on its anniversary with a horrible person, who I was pretty sure wanted to steal my iPhone and bag, and probably murder me. 117 more words


'Mike & Molly' 100th Episode: Melissa McCarthy and Billy Gardell In Their Own Words

Melissa McCarthy and Billy Gardell had never met before landing the title roles on “Mike & Molly.” Five years later they’re thick as thieves. Variety… 1,009 more words

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All Female Cast Selected for Remake of "Ghostbusters"

The 1984 cult classic, “Ghotsbusters” is back with a special twist: an all female cast. “Bridesmaids” stars, Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy along with Saturday Night Live’s, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon have been chosen to be casted in the film’s remake. 47 more words