I'm completely open to adding women to the Ghostbusters team, but what was the point in making it an all female cast? Just from a marketing stand point. It's going to be a tough sell to a young male audience with figures or Halloween costumes?
Without Harold Ramis adding to this script and story and Bill Murray refusing to appear in it, I don't consider this a GHOSTBUSTERS movie. I was more interested in the concept of the older Ghostbusters passing on the torch to a new generation.
Young males aren't the only ones out trick or treating.
It would be nice to see girls dressed as ghostbusters next halloween instead of the usual female costumes such as sexy______________ (fill in the blank with whatever noun you like.)
I'm well aware of that, and I at no point claimed otherwise. Putting your assumption of my remarks aside, I do like the idea of seeing girls dressed up for Halloween as Ghostbusters. I was stating my confusion on they would cut off half a marketing demographic, in place of hitting both by simply mixing up the genders of the cast.