Ghostbusters Jason Reitman & Fans Hated By Fake Media & SJWs

Toxic media attacking fans & new Ghostbusters movie director Jason Reitman after Bill Burr podcast. SJWs say Ghostbusters 2020 sexist after interview comments.

Jason Reitman spoke on Bill Burr’s Monday Morning Podcast about the new Ghostbusters movie. He said the 2020 movie will be a Ghostbusters reboot that will “go back to original technique and hand the movie back to the fans.”

A SJW meltdown over the comments the director said and are claiming sexism. Feminist agenda strikes again and fans of the Paul Feig 2016 movie are not happy with the Ghostbusters reboot.

The Ghostbusters 2020 movie has had a lot of backlash and controversy. Everyone from Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy, feminists, social justice warriors, and the liberal media attack the film. Such hypocrisy by the Hollywood media. The media started attacking fans the day after Ghostbusters 3 was announced!

Reitman went into detail about said “original technique,” explaining that for the first teaser released in January, he used original files for the sounds of the proton pack and the original lettering that was used in the first film’s promotional materials. “We went back and found the original physical vinyl letters that they used to create the Ghostbusters poster in 1984, [and] rescanned them, then our titles guys reprinted them and we filmed the titles,” he said. “We shot physical titles with a light-and-smoke effect ’cause that’s how they would have done it back in the day.”

He also made it clear that he’s not necessarily looking to put his own stamp on the new Ghostbusters movie and instead intends to remain loyal to the franchise’s core. “I’m not making the Juno of Ghostbusters movies,” he said, referring to his breakthrough 2007 film. “This is gonna be a love letter to Ghostbusters. . . . I want to make a movie for my fellow Ghostbusters fans.”

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