Re: Aykroyd Comments on Murray, Ghostbusters 3! Working on Script w/Ra I don't mean it that way. On one note, by "pander" I mean it more as the studio saying, "See! We give equal-sized roles to women too!" in order to shrug off the perceived sausage-fest in Hollywood. On another note I don't mean pandering to women but pandering to men on a "porno" level. (See: The GB comic example I gave, where Walter Peck used a trio of female Ghostbusters' sex appeal to gain support for the new city service.) See also: The Asylum mock-buster version of The Expendables III. Now, granted, this is The Asylum so the bar for them is very, very low but it goes along with my point. Their "mockbuster" put together a team of female prisoners for a special-ops mission. Naturally, from the trailer at least, the movie drew upon the sex appeal of the female cast to potentially attract viewers. Women are very capable of taking on roles designed for men and performing in roles that don't fit the typical female archetype. I just don't trust Hollywood to see it that way or to act that way. I *highly* doubt that we'll see a movie from this where the women are not used in a degrading manner in some fashion or another.