We have our first look at Carrie Coon and her family from the new Ghostbusters movie.
Dipping back into his father Ivan Reitman's beloved paranormal-comedy franchise, director Jason Reitman has set this one up as a sequel to Ghostbusters 2 – effectively skipping the timeline of Paul Feig's 2016 female-centric reboot – and has now offered fans a behind-the-scenes look at production via social media.
Ivan and Jason are also part of the shot, giving the caption "The Family's All Here #GB20" a double-edged meaning.
To our knowledge, the movie doesn't currently have an official title, but the clapperboard here states a production name of Rust City, which will be used to throw off Canadian locals as the shoot takes place in Alberta.
But the director didn't finish there with his on-set teases, as Reitman also uploaded the above image onto Instagram – showing off a rusted Ecto-1 vehicle.
The caption reads: "You guys ready to get rolling?", and his followers took no time at all in responding either.
One wrote "Oh f**k yes", whilst cast member Wolfhard replied: "HELL YEAH".
He ain't afraid of no ghosts.
Ghostbusters 3 will beam into cinemas on July 10, 2020.
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