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The Ghostbusters trailer will slime you

Not a lot of time for the jibber jabber this morning, but Amy brought the unveiling of the new Ghostbusters trailer to my attention, and I had to give it a watch and post about it.

For one, my burning hatred for the project is gone. Two, I laughed some while watching it. Three, I appreciate they acknowledge the original movie happened. So this is another sequel/reboot as opposed to a remake.

I can live with that. Will I pay to see it in a theatre? Undecided at this point.

Now here'e the trailer:



Ghostbusters is directed by Paul Feig and starts Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. Oh, and Thor is in it too. The flick hits theatres July 15.

Source: Sony Pictures 

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