This image released by Sony Pictures shows, from left, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig and Leslie Jones in a scene from "Ghostbusters," opening nationwide on July 15. (Hopper Stone/Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures via AP)
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Various iterations for a third movie cycled through countless rumors and possibilities that had one thing in common: Bill Murray just didn't want to do another one.Eventually, the proton pack was passed to Paul Feig, the "Freaks and Geeks" creator turned de facto filmmaker of female comics ("Bridesmaids," "Spy"), who was convinced to take on a reboot of the 1980s comedy franchise.Feig understands those who simply didn't want to see a beloved classic remade, but not those who object to his female-led cast.Feig's track record of putting funny people in the right position – from "Freaks and Geeks" to "The Heat" – makes "Ghostbusters" one of the year's absolute most must-see comedies. Feig, who's currently finishing the edit and doing test screenings, promises that his cast's chemistry is excellent.
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