‘Ghostbusters’ fans have been treated to the first look of the all-female reboot.
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The image circulated on Twitter after a ‘Ghostbusters’ fan account posted it on their page.
Who ya' gonna call?!July 10, 2015
They captioned it: “Who ya' gonna call?! Here's your first look at all four Ghostbusters suited up in the new uniforms! #ghostbusters.”
Earlier this week, director Paul Feig also unveiled the revamped version of the ghoul-slaying team’s iconic car, Ecto-1, posting a picture on Twitter.
However, it divided the film's die hard fans, as while some appreciated the sneak preview, others were angry that it had lost its predecessor's Cadillac's tail fins.
Chris Hemsworth will also feature in the rebooted film, playing the role of the receptionist, previously played by Annie Potts in the original ‘Ghostbusters’ series.
The news that ‘Ghostbusters’ was being given an all-female cast was followed by an announcement that a second, male-led reboot would also be made.
The project is being helmed by producers Ivan Reitman and Dan Akyroyd, with Channing Tatum linked to one of the leading roles.
Paul Feig’s ‘Ghostbusters’ is currently slated to hit cinemas in July 2016.