There's the Firehouse, Hook & Ladder Company 8, the New York City firehouse used as the exterior of the Ghostbusters headquarters.
Ghostbusters graffiti spotted in a New York subway.
Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig team up to find ghosts.
Wiig's character makes contact with a ghostly woman.
"It's OK. She seems peaceful," Wiig's character, Erin Gilbert, says of the ghost.
Whenever greeting a ghost, beware of green slime.
Thanks to McCarthy's character, Abby Yates, all ghost encounters are captured on video.
"That stuff went everywhere, by the way," Wiig's character says in the trailer. "In every crack."
Fighting ghosts takes a lot of equipment. Can you name all the gadgets?
Who says every piece of ghost-fighting gear has to be digital?
It's hard not to get a "Shining" vibe from these ghosts that look like they stepped out of a party from the 1920s.
This new breed of Ghostbuster needs a few upgrades to the equipment.
James Bond has Q, but this ghostbusting team has "brilliant engineer" Jillian Holtzmann to show off her inventions to get the job done.
This machine snaps shut on a ghost like an old-school bear trap, but with lasers.
If you're gonna have scientists fighting ghosts, this is what their plan of action looks like.
Wiig plays quantum physics genius Erin Gilbert.
McCarthy's Abby Yates is willing to try new ghostbusting gadgets.
Leslie Jones's Patty Tolan is a historian who knows everything about New York.
Patty Tolan also supplies the team with their vehicle: a hearse.
It's not a firehouse like the original Ghostbusters offices, but at least there's food next door.
The hearse is quickly repainted and transformed into the iconic ghostbusting vehicle, the Ecto-1.
Nothing says professional ghost hunters like matching uniforms and proton packs.
Everyone's favorite ghost sidekick from the original Ghostbusters movies is back.
When our ghostbusting gals hit the scene, every ghost in New York is out to paint the town neon, apparently.
Someone is creating a device that amplifies paranormal activity in New York, and there are plenty of ghosts to prove it.
McKinnon's Jillian Holtzmann takes a break to try on wigs just to freak out Wiig's character Erin Gilbert.
This new giant ghost isn't as menacing as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from the original movie, but he sure is tall.
Channel your inner gunslinger with these impressive pop-out proton pistols.
Firepower is not a problem for these women.
"Avengers" actor Chris Hemsworth dons glasses as receptionist Kevin.
Jillian holds on for dear life after a possessed Abby shoves her out the Ghostbusters office window.
Who needs an exorcist when Patty can just smack the possession right out of you?
Seriously, no ghosts will ever think about possessing another human with Patty around.
Just like with the original movies, we get the iconic Ghostbusters logo to remind us that the movie comes out this summer.