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‘Ghostbusters’ in The New York Times

Posted on June 21, 2016 and filed under Ghostbusters, Magazines, Photo Archive

We’re officially less than a month away from the release of Ghostbusters (!), and today we got a new article from The New York Times. It has the four main stars and director Paul Feig talking about the movie, Internet trolls and becoming close after filming. It’s a great read, so head on over to NYTimes.com for the article, and see two pictures of the cast below.

Brinson+Banks for The New York Times

Brinson+Banks for The New York Times

Do you feel like you’re all part of one another’s lives as a result of making this movie?

WIIG You can’t go through an experience like that and not be in each other’s lives forever.

JONES We fought a war together, I feel like. These are my sisters. Every time we work now, you’ll hear Paul go: “Ladies! Ladies. Ladies. Put that down. Hey, O.K. Melissa, get down from there.”

McCARTHY “Melissa, put Kate down!” I carry Kate around, on my hip, like a tiny baby koala. It’s so lovingly disrespectful.

Read the full article on NYTimes.com!

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