Premiere Of Sony Pictures' 'Ghostbusters' - Arrivals

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Comedian and actress, Leslie Jones is a little ticked. Maybe little isn’t the right word and ticked might not be the right word either. She is PISSED! Why? Because Sony Pictures has announced “Ghostbusters 3” and they are excluding the ladies from the 2016 remake.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Jason Reitman, son of original Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman and the co-writer and director of the next version, will ignore the all-female cast remake and continue the franchise from the original story. But there is one minor issue, Harold Ramis who played Dr. Egon Spengler died in 2014. How are they going to handle that? Hum

In true Jones style, she took to Twitter to express her feelings.

Well, you can’t argue with that! Although the 2016 remake didn’t do great at the box office, it was a fun movie in the Ghostbusters tradition. It will be interesting to see if Sony and Reitman change their minds and include the ladies. Humm