The "Bridesmaids" and "Heat" and "Spy" actress who joined with Paul Feig for the all-female version of the supernatural comedy movie "Ghostbusters", says she enjoyed all the stunts in the movie which she did on her own.
"I really loved all the stunt stuff. I was asking to be thrown
into things. I tried to do everything they'll let me do. Every once
in a while Paul, would say, No you're not doing that. You're not
getting dropped onto a car from 25 feet up".
"And when he says that, I'm thinking, 'Yes, that makes sense,'
but what I'd hear myself saying is 'Why not?' And Paul would say,
'You're insane,' and walk away,"said McCarthy.
When asked about giving a reference to her best shoot or the
most enjoyable moments from the shooting, she said, "Trying on the
proton pack for the first time. The prop was just as heavy as it
looked. Especially for what we had to do with them - we were
diving, running, and fighting."
The 1984 classic is all rebooted by the man behind the camera, Paul Feig, and is claimed to not being any sequence to the original movie. This is a new movie with new characters, and significantly they all are female.