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The reboot of the ‘Ghostbusters‘ has met with some mixed reactions but actress Leslie Jones (‘Saturday Night Live’,’Trainwreck’) has some not too kind words to those who are down on the film before they even have a chance to see it. While so far the actors in the film have been ignoring the hate, most likely giving us a chance to wait until the first trailer drops, Jones has clearly had enough as you’ll see in just a moment. Honestly, I don’t have the highest expectations and will be happily surprised if director Paul Feig pulls out a film to eclipse the original. I think that the majority of us just wanted a continuation to the original two in order to endcap a trilogy and are just sick of Hollywood reboots in general.

That being said, there are plenty of people up in arms about the gender change and I can fully see why that would cause Jones to completely criticize the haters. And criticize she does in one of the best ways possible: By making all of those who aren’t looking forward to the film completely jealous by sharing what she is and what they’ll never be.

 

I’m not going to lie. The child in me is jealous because how awesome is it to be able to say that your one of the Ghostbusters? Very awesome. That being said until a trailer drops and shows us what the film will actually be like, I’ll be withholding any true judgment. Hopefully, it’s good. Hopefully, we can get excited about seeing a ‘Ghostbusters’ movie again. Hopefully, we can get some funny action flicks about people chasing down ghosts again.

Only time will tell.

What we can tell right now, though, is that ‘Ghostbusters’ are currently getting the kind of treatment in New York that their original counterparts got in the first film.

 

Sorry Jones, might I suggest trying Uber instead?

Are you willing to give the new ‘Ghostbusters’ a chance? Do you feel that Leslie Jones has a right to lash out on those who are putting down the film before even seeing a trailer? Share your thoughts below!

‘Ghostbusters’ won’t be afraid of ghosts on July 15th, 2016. It stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Charles Dance, Michael Kenneth Williams, and Chris Hemsworth.

Source: Cinema Blend