NEW Ghostbusters Reboot: Gorilla Leslie Jones is Angry “She” Gets the Boot

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Storrmer
January 22, 2019

Do you remember the 2016 feminist Ghostbusters film? The official trailer is still on Youtube with more than a million dislikes.

It starred Leslie Jones.

They were pretty bold, casting a domesticated gorilla.

But the whole “ugly strong women” schtick didn’t work out the way they expected. People have expressed their disapproval of what the movie did to the Ghostbusters franchise, and now investors are following suit.

One of the stars of the female reboot of Ghostbusters has publicly slammed the decision to again remake the 1984 original.

It’s been announced that director Jason Reitman will helm a brand new Ghostbusters project which will completely skip past the 2016 all-female instalment and pick up where the original and its 1989 sequel left off.

The 2016 return of the franchise — starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones — received generally positive feedback from critics, and has a 74 per cent score on movie review site Rotten Tomatoes.

However, the movie — which came with a hefty production budget of $US144 million, and a big marketing spend — still posted a disappointing loss at the box office.

So after news broke of the newest remake of the supernatural story, an angry Jones took to Twitter to vent her frustration.

Check these videos of Leslie, see if you can determine its gender:

Can you blame filmmakers for wanting to get rid of that thing?

Hollywood Reporter:

Jason Reitman, son of original Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman, will helm a continuation of the series that ignores Paul Feig’s female-led reboot, which starred Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon. The new film, sources say, will focus on four teens — two boys and two girls — and continue the story of 1984’s Ghostbusters and the 1989 sequel. 

I think it’s a really entertaining movie that was doomed simply because it wasn’t the film a certain very loud percentage of the audience wanted,” says Drew McWeeny, longtime film critic and co-creator of the 80s All Over podcast.

Drew McWeeny, professional estrogen container.

Drew McWeeny is a retard. What he’s saying doesn’t make sense.

Let’s unpack it.

It wasn’t the film a certain very loud percentage of the audience wanted.

If you make a movie targeting an existing audience, you can’t blame the audience for not liking the movie you did after having purposely done something you knew they would hate.

If the movie was aimed at a general audience and not at the franchise fans, then it still flopped. It sucked, plain and simple.

Cracked contributor Chris Sutcliffe, who was a fan of Feig’s film and grew up with Ghostbusters, expresses more concern about the direction of the franchise under Reitman the younger.

What frustrates me about this new film, and I’m very aware that we’ve had very little news, is how keen they are to distance themselves from the 2016 film,” says Sutcliffe. “Not only will it feel like a victory to all the wrong people, but it just feels like a creative step backward.”

It’s a step somewhere. Not even the Jews were going to put up the money to make another feminist Ghostbusters.

It’s a shame they didn’t go back to an all-male cast. So we could test the theory out totally.

Andrew Anglin contributed to this report.