Saturday night, one of the stars of the 2016 'Ghostbusters' reboot took to twitter to express her frustration over the news that the new film will be set in the original universe.

Responding to a tweet from a user that stated she would not be interested in a new movie without the 2016 cast, Leslie Jones responded that she feels insulted that the franchise is reverting to the original cinematic universe:

So insulting. Like fuck us. We dint count. It’s like something trump would do. (Trump voice)”Gonna redo ghostbusteeeeers, better with men, will be huge. Those women ain’t ghostbusteeeeers” ugh so annoying. Such a dick move. And I don’t give fuck I’m saying something!!

Jones' tweet has been met with support from fans who share the mentality of not being interested in the new film without the 2016 cast, with some saying this news is a victory for the sexists and misogynists who slammed the reboot and its stars. Other responses have asked why it was OK for the reboot to ignore the universe that came before, but going back to the original is an insult.

Jones' tweet and the responses from her supporters reference the gender politics that were at the heart of the reboot's controversy, with immature dolts bashing the idea of women busting ghosts. And while the sexist backlash was focused on in the media and by the stars and creators of the reboot, much of the negative response against the new film was that it wasn't a sequel, which fans had been hoping for since 1989, and that the comedic style was too forced and slapstick and didn't leave up to the legacy of the originals.

Jones was a target of internet hacks and harassment during the lead up and the wake of the reboot's release, which some have commented could be the true source of her frustration.

While no casting news has been released yet, the common expectation is that the new crew will feature a mix of male and female Ghostbusters, with some rumors indicating they might be teenagers.