On the off chance that the YouTube thumbs-down responses are to be trusted, the new "Ghostbusters" film isn't going to do extremely well.
Things are not looking good for executive Paul Feig's up and coming Ghostbusters in view of the film's first official trailer on YouTube.
Discharged March 3, the trailer saw 29.2 million times and checking, is the most despised motion picture trailer in YouTube history, as indicated by "MyTop100Videos" channel's "Most Disliked Videos" list that was last upgraded April 16. (Justin Bieber comes in at No. 1 with 5.99 million dislikes for "Baby.")
Coming in at No. 23, the reboot — featuring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and Chris Hemsworth — has more than twofold the quantity of abhorrence as preferences (208,606).
Thirty years after the arrival of the first Ghostbusters, coordinated by Ivan Reitman and featuring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson, Feig selected to switch up the all-male cast for a female-led reboot.
Upon the arrival of the trailer's discharge, the chief said on the Sony part before columnists and fans: "I was a drama fan, yet I had not seen something like this — consolidating comic drama with science and the otherworldly and activity. At the point when Ivan inquired as to whether I would be keen on doing another one, it took my breath away. I adore the possibility that another era is going to have their own Ghostbusters. It was critical for catching the heart of what we adored about the first additionally bring something new."
YouTube client Crippled Camel composed of his conclusion of the trailer: "I marked in under both of my records so I could despise this twice" — his remark has been loved by more than 1,000 kindred clients.
Despite the fact that there has been contention over the trailer, with numerous YouTube remarks based on the all-female cast, the video has been producing generally positive audits on Facebook with 1,186,569 positive responses (like, love, haha and wow) and 32,589 negative responses (dismal, irate). The responses indicate 97.3 percent positive slants on Facebook generally speaking.
Ghostbusters is set to hit theatres July 22.