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‘Ghostbusters’ cast: We’re ‘thrilled’ about the reboot

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Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, the stars of the new “Ghostbusters,” joined by director Paul Feig, visit the TODAY plaza to talk about the highly anticipated (especially by Al Roker) film. Jones calls her character “sassy and real”; McKinnon says hers is a “fun wacko”; Wiig reveals hers probably “has bran cereal for breakfast” while McCarthy’s “may eat a hot dog for breakfast.” But all agree that Jones was the likeliest to make obscene gestures and mess up her lines, and that slime is tough to get off! (Run time: 6:18)