The cast of the female version of 'Ghostbusters' visited a Children's Hospital in full costume.
In between fighting ghosts and memorizing lines for the very-much-talked-about reboot, the cast of Paul Feig's version of 'Ghostbusters' spent their Saturday making some sick kids super happy.
Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones brought their smiles, charm, and ghost fighting proton packs to the Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, according to the the Tufts Medical Center Facebook page
“They were a true delight to have today,” said Brooke Hynes, Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications for Tufts Medical Center. “They were so kind to all the kids and their parents. They took their time in each room visiting children as young as a few months to teens. We cannot thank them enough for the happiness and excitement they created.” (Via WCVB)
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They might have won the hearts and minds of all the Ghostbusters reboot naysayers.