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Jennifer Lawrence And Shailene Woodley Give Us Their 'Ghostbusters 3' Dream Team

Find out which ladies made the cut.

Ever since Paul Feig announced that an all-female "Ghostbusters 3" was officially happening, the pop culture-loving world has been busy making their short lists for the cast. Stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Shailene Woodley, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain(iac) -- and many more -- gave MTV UK their takes on who might be good for the new flick.

"I actually met with the director," Lawrence said of Feig. "I had dinner with him. I sure did."

But don't get your hopes up, JLaw fans (AKA everyone) -- the "Hunger Games" star didn't even know that "Ghostbusters 3" was a thing. Or "Ghostbusters 2," for that matter.

"I didn't know there was a 'Ghostbusters 2,'" she admitted (as a disapproving Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson looked on). "Who's in '2'?... Sequels are never as good."

Woodley, however, seemed to put a bit more thought into the "'Busters" project.

"I think Emma Stone would bring so much comedic value to that," Woodley said. "She's so funny. And you know, I really love this actress called Juno Temple."

Find out who everybody else chose in the above video -- just know in advance that the "TL; DR" of this story is that everybody likes Melissa McCarthy, and Matthew McConaughey's favorite female comedian is Bill Murray.