By Mehera Bonner published
When there's something strange in the neighborhood, who you gonna call? Melissa McCarthy, obviously, how could you even ask? Ghostbusters' lady squad reboot is almost upon us, and Sony just dropped the first official preview. Not to be dramatic, but it's basically the best thing that's ever happened to our collective lives, the end.
In the trailer above, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones get their ghostbusting on like Bill Murray before them, and yes green slime is involved. And double yes, Kristen Wiig definitely says the line "that stuff went everywhere, by the way. In every crack."
#BlessUp, everyone, this preview is all that matters.
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