Paul Feig is talking about Ghostbusters. Again. And this time he’s revealing the rating and when filming will begin…
Talking to Collider, Feig said that he’s not undertaking it lightly: “This is taking on a property that means a lot to people. I was just out of college when I saw the first one, and I loved it. It was a real game-changer in the comedy world for me, but I wasn’t 8 or 9 years old when it came out. The people I’m getting hammered by the most are guys kind of in their late thirties who grew up and ran around their neighborhood in those costumes, and I completely get it. I completely get it. So all you can then do is just, I don’t know what to tell you. I don’t want to say ‘Trust me’ but just go like, ‘Wait!’”
He also confirmed that filming will kick off in Boston on June 15th and the idea is that the movie will be rated PG-13.
Watch the interview below: