From the moment an all-female version of "Ghostbusters" was announced Nerdageddon was born with many claiming the movie would bomb out of the gate, but the film led by Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig
Everyone in Hollywood saw this coming, and were waiting for Sony to drop the boom on Amy Pascal who's been with the studio since 1996. Naturally, the story is that Sony didn't ask or push her to leave, but what studio head leaves a job they love so willingly?
We've been hearing about the return of "Ghostbusters" for so long it seemed more of an urban myth than reality, but Sony has confirmed that it's a go and with an all-female cast this time around. Ever since Kristin Wiig's "Bridesmaids", Hollywood has felt safer going with an all-female cast
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