"Ghostbusters" hits theaters next week, and -- in anticipation for the wide release -- Sony has dropped four new clips from the film. Many of the scenes were shown at least partially in the trailers, like Chris Hemsworth's Kevin designing logos for the team and Patty arriving with the hearse that will become the Ecto-1.
During an interview with Yahoo! Movies, stars Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig also revealed that a scene was added to directly address the harsh response to the film (though it hasn't been released in clip-form -- yet). In it, the team uploads a video to YouTube, only to be horrified at the vitriolic response.
“It was added [to the script],” McCarthy shared.
“I feel like the part was in [the script] already,” Wiig added. “But we changed what was said.”
“We did something on the day that slightly tweaked it,” McCarthy said.
Directed by Paul Feig, from a script by Feig and Katie Dippold, and starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, “Ghostbusters” hits theaters on July 15.