Paul Feig Slams Misogynist ‘Ghostbusters’ Haters: Enough Is Enough
Alike any other reboots of famous franchises, there will be less of compliments from fans and more of reprisal from knockers, and the same way “Ghostbusters” is no disparate. Recently Paul Feig took to Twitter to answer back to his knockers, who have been retaliating to his all-female reboot in an awful and misogynistic manner, pestering the director and stars while the production was going on.
To the detractors who reached Paul Feig via Twitter, he has tried his utmost to be courteous, giving the best advice: “just let the movie happen” as pointed out by Collider. But soon all testing of patience comes to end while he replies back to disparager “enough is enough.”
Now that Paul Feig has been finalized upon by Sony to helm and co-write the screenplay for “Ghostbusters” reboot along with Katie Dippold, Movie Web reports – Sony didn’t approve the sequel, till the time Paul Feig came into picture to throw a different angle of an all-female cast to the script which was being originally penned by Gene Stupnitsky, Lee Eisenberg and original “Ghostbusters” star Dan Aykroyd for years.
There obviously lies a contrast between disliking a particular film after watching it and giving frequent retaliation to it, even without watching a second of clip from the film. In such instances it did be better to be inoffensive speculators rather than persecuting the filmmakers.
Now the happy part! The former cast from the original movie, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts will embark the reboot of “Ghostbusters,” while they are organizing cameos.
Meaning Sony has slated to release “Ghostbusters” on July 15, 2016.
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