After seeing new shots of Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon and Chris Hemsworth in the upcoming "Ghostbusters" movie, we know exactly who we want to call if we spot a poltergeist.
On Tuesday, the Twitter fan account Ghostbusters Universe News tweeted -- with a retweet from director Paul Feig -- photos of the all-female crew in character before they don their signature ghostbusting suits.
This isn't the first time we've seen McCarthy, Wiig, Jones and McKinnon in their "Ghostbusters" gear. In December, Feig tweeted the four character posters depicting them suited up and with their tools of the trade. Feig also tweeted in that same month a group shot of the gang complete with their proton packs and eerie green fog.
Fans also got a glimpse of "Thor" actor Chris Hemsworth as their new receptionist, thanks to another tweet Tuesday from Ghostbusters Universe News.
Considering that Feig decided to gender-swap the all-male cast of the original "Ghostbusters" film with comedic actresses, it makes perfect sense to cast Hemsworth as the receptionist, originally played by Annie Potts. Plus, he even wears glasses!
Sadly, still no sign of ghost mascot Slimer, or any cameos from original cast members Bill Murray or Dan Aykroyd -- but since the movie doesn't hit the theaters until this summer, we're hoping Feig tweets out a few more teasers soon, including a trailer which Feig says is coming at the end of the month.