Female Cast of 'Ghostbusters' Fires Back at Critics

"It's not a man thing, it's not a woman thing. It's a 'Ghostbusters' thing."

— -- The stars of the newest "Ghostbusters" movie fired back at critics who have complained about the all-female cast.

"I just thought, 'Really? Are we still there?'" McCarthy explained to Entertainment Weekly.

"When people started asking me about the gender stuff, I would say, 'It's not a man thing, it's not a woman thing. It's a 'Ghostbusters' thing," Jones said.

Wiig agreed, noting that the movie differs from the original in several ways. “It’s not just about it starring women,” she added.

"Ghostbusters" hits theaters on July 15.

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