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& # 39; Ghostbusters & # 39; reboot director faces sexism complaints because he says he is leaving the film “back to the fans”

Director Jason Reitman gets some backlash for comments on his new Ghostbusters movie as critics considered sexist. The author / director for the upcoming Ghostbusters restart takes warm on social media for comments he made interpreted by critics as a sexist attack on the 201 6 female led movie in the franchise. Jason Reitman, son of the original "Ghostbusters" author / director Ivan Reitman, said on a new episode of Bill Burr Podcast that he did not want to do "" Juno "of Ghostbusters" movies "and instead promised a" love letter "to the original franchise. IS "GHOSTBUSTERS REBOOT WITH VEMALE LEADS NECESSARY?" "I love this franchise. I grew up and looked at it. I consider myself the first "Ghostbusters" fan. I was like seven years old when the movie came out and I love it. I want to make a movie to my "Ghostbusters" fans, "Reitman told Burr." We are trying in all ways to go back to the original technology and leave the film back to the fans. " These comments were seen by several critics as one jab at the female reboot that played Kristen Wiig, Mellissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. "1) This is gross 2) I will never understand why – besides the cultural war angle – someone was so invested in the holiness of the original. It was freaking * Ghostbusters, * not the Sistine Chapel Roof! It was good! The remake was … good! 3) This is gross " wrote critic James Poniewozik…

The author / director for the upcoming Ghostbusters restart takes warm on social media for comments he made interpreted by critics as a sexist attack on the 201

6 female led movie in the franchise.

Jason Reitman, son of the original “Ghostbusters” author / director Ivan Reitman, said on a new episode of Bill Burr Podcast that he did not want to do “” Juno “of Ghostbusters” movies “and instead promised a” love letter “to the original franchise.

IS “GHOSTBUSTERS REBOOT WITH VEMALE LEADS NECESSARY?”

“I love this franchise. I grew up and looked at it. I consider myself the first “Ghostbusters” fan. I was like seven years old when the movie came out and I love it. I want to make a movie to my “Ghostbusters” fans, “Reitman told Burr.” We are trying in all ways to go back to the original technology and leave the film back to the fans. “

These comments were seen by several critics as one jab at the female reboot that played Kristen Wiig, Mellissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones.

“1) This is gross 2) I will never understand why – besides the cultural war angle – someone was so invested in the holiness of the original. It was freaking * Ghostbusters, * not the Sistine Chapel Roof! It was good! The remake was … good! 3) This is gross ” wrote critic James Poniewozik .

” I was happy about @ JasonReitman took on GHOSTBUSTERS. Then he went stupidly to “leave the film back to the fans,” as if the female casting had stolen the original from our precious little boy’s memories or something “wrote Jamil Smith .” I’ll probably skip it now. “

THEN / NOW: THE CASTEN FOR” GHOSTBUSTERS “

” Hi @JasonReitman! Can we talk about the little comment you made? golly, ignoring not only female fans of #Ghostbusters, it actively supports the behavior of the festive open wounds called Men Online, ” wrote Alicia Lutes in the first of a two-tweet thread.” Have you ever actually read what people said? Did you actually dig into the history of addiction so many of these fanatically annoying angry men simply throw on women to be okay with something existing? I’m serious, @JasonReitman. The assault was crazy. “

” “Just or not, point to your most famous women-led film (JUNO) as an example of how GHOSTBUSTERS will not be, is it with intention or not, a girl for the dog people who want to hear that this new version will be a dude-bridge nostalgia party, ” Scott Mendelson wrote in part of a long thread.

” Bernie and a new Ghostbusters movie are two things I should be talking about but their fans continues to tell me I’m useless so I’ll spend my money elsewhere … “wrote Jess McIntosh .

Others on Twitter encountered the rebellion against Reitman’s remarks.

” The people who is angry at this new Ghostbusters, the way is more angry than the people who were angry at p ” wrote a user .

” If only freaking Ghostbusters, then hell doesn’t care what he says or about they re-create it, ” wrote Steph a Miller ]

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“He means that all female Ghostbusters were bad and annoying and he prefers to make a movie that is not one of that,” wrote Matt Walsh .

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