Movies Director Paul Feig Reveals His New GHOSTBUSTERS written by Sean Gerber January 27, 2015 Today is clearly the day of reboots. The latest franchise relaunch news comes from GHOSTBUSTERS, for which director Paul Feig revealed his new cast by tweeting the image above. Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones will star. Wiig and McCarthy previously worked with Feig on BRIDESMAIDS. Jones and McKinnon can currently be seen on NBC’s SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE. Tell us what you think about your new GHOSTBUSTERS below! Director Paul Feig Reveals His New GHOSTBUSTERS was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Ghostbusters 4 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post THE FLASH – The Sound And The Fury Clip next post Hot Toys Captain America Ready For AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON You may also like Katniss Takes Aim In The Final Poster... September 30, 2013 Open Forum: JUPITER ASCENDING February 5, 2015 Warner Bros. And J.K. Rowling Find FANTASTIC... September 12, 2013 Rumor: Chris Pratt Eyed For INDIANA JONES January 27, 2015 ENDER’S GAME Scores A Hollow Victory October 31, 2013 IMAX Goes “Behind The Frame” With THE... October 1, 2013 Dolby Cinema Provides A Moviegoing Experience Worth... March 29, 2016 TURBO KID Is Coming To Save The... January 30, 2015 Review: SNOWPIERCER June 22, 2014 See Official Photos From JURASSIC WORLD! June 12, 2014 Jcool Its not great. But this is Ghostbusters in name only so not going to freak out over it. Kerry Vanderberg I have zero interest in this. With Harold Ramis now passed away and Bill Murray not wanting to play the role again, I see no point in returning to this franchise. Charlie I have zero interest in this film. A third movie with a mixed team of two guys and two girls would have been much better even without Murray and Ramis. At least then I would have somewhat of an interest in seeing it to see what’s been going on in that world since the last time we saw those characters, but this? No thanks. As someone else said, it’s Ghostbusters in name only. One thing I’d like to see, though, is a new cartoon series with the original characters. That would have some potential to me. Adrian Edmondson Is bobby brown going to be in this ?