François Hollande has warned David Cameron that Britain must support the remake of Ghostbusters whose trailer was launched today. At a summit with David Cameron to discuss whether tampering with the memory of the beloved 1980s original is a good idea or not the French President told reporters that it was time to embrace togetherness and applaud a gender-swapped cast and a new script.
“I don’t want to scare you, but I just want to say the truth. There will be consequences in many areas if Britain remains stubborn to its belief that without Bill Murray in the lead role Ghostbusters is nothing,” he said. “Now that doesn’t mean that everything will be destroyed, I don’t want to give you a catastrophic scenario. But there will be consequences.”
David Cameron then responded by inviting President Hollande to “come and have a go if thinks he’s hard enough” before both leaders were forced to deny that they were obsessing over a film because it’s easy as opposed to the issues of Brexit and economic migrants both of which are complicated and much scarier than the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.