People who are opposed to or don’t like the new Ghostbusters have made it a point to give the trailer a record amount of dislikes.
If there's something weird and it don't look good. Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! Well, not anymore. The Bill Murray 1984 ghost hunting classic has grown into an occult hit over the years and features some of the most iconic lines and puns in the world of Hollywood comedy. It was a one of a kind movie in its age which many thought should have been left alone as it is.
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However, director Paul Feig decided that a reboot with an all-female cast ensemble would be a terrific idea. The production started and the movie has been clever with sharing tidbits over the internet. It was a shout out to the latest wave of feminism in Hollywood.
Featuring two established comedic talents like Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig and two Saturday Night Live regulars, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. The production and the director might have thought that they were doing something great and they might be. Only if there idea was not opposed so brutally.
Yes, the trailer of Ghostbusters has received an overwhelming 507,610 dislikes on YouTube, according to ScreenCrush. Many have explained their reason ranging from they think the movie should not have been made in the first place to women should not have been cast because they are not funny and they don’t want the new movie to work.
Many people who have become obsessed with hating the movie are making it a point to raise the number of dislikes using different techniques and bots to earn the movie a bad reputation.
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The result is that the Ghostbusters trailer is the only movie trailer to have received over 500,000 dislikes. Compared to prior bad trailer performers, the trailer has surpassed Fantastic Four and The Ridiculous Six. The trailer is not ill-received, it is being targeted to discourage the movie release which is set to hit the theaters on July 15th.