Sexy Female Ghostbusters Chase Sigourney Weaver Out Of Sequel

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: WENN

It's looks like Dan Aykroyd's vision of an all sexy female Ghostbuster team wasn't something actress Sigourney Weaver wanted to be a part of. Just under a month after the actress had been signed on to reprise her role as Dana Barrett in "Ghostbusters 3" she surprisingly backed out.

TVSquad.com caught up with Weaver who explains, "I think they're trying to create something new completely with the Ghostbusters, although I know Bill is in it. I don't expect to have anything to do with it, although I wish them well."

I believe that it is safe to assume, that since Weaver had signed on to be in the film at about the same time that Aykroyd began talking about his all female "Ghostbusters", that she didn't quite know what she was signing on for. It looks as if the actress didn't agree with the direction that the movie series is about to take.

If indeed Sigourney Weaver backed out of "Ghostbusters 3" because she didn't want to be part of 'jiggly movie', then I don't blame her. Aykroyd's all sexy female ghost fighting team idea.....well......kinda sucks.

See Also: An All Girl Ghostbuster Team? - Say It Isn't So Aykroyd! / Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus - The Deborah Gibson Interview / It's Not Ghostbusters 3...It's A French Car Commercial / Ghostbusters 3 Behind The Scenes Footage......Maybe? / Ghostbusters 3 Is In The Early Stages Of Production?

1 comment:

  1. Course it sucks. Ackroyd may have gotten away with such notions when he was one of the Bad Boys of SNL, but that was thirty freaking years ago, and now it comes across as the wish fulfilment of a dirty old man. Bad enough that they sounded like they were moving into Ghostbusters: the Next Generation, but throw in the Charlie's Angels angle, and I should at least be grateful to them for giving me advance warning not to waste my money on it.

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