Who you gonna call?
We're not exactly sure who'd answer since the studio is being very secretive about this, but it certainly looks like a first teaser of some description for the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife sequel will be online at some point tomorrow.
The official Ghostbusters X (formerly Twitter) account recently shared a cryptic video which appeared to be teasing the first trailer for the follow-up to Jason Reitman's Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and Sony Pictures has now confirmed that the sneak peek is imminent.
The promo doesn't reveal any footage, simply highlighting another version of the frozen logo that debuted earlier this year. Nor does it confirm the recent rumor that the Afterlife sequel will be called Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire, but we have it on good authority that this is indeed the movie's official title.
Gil Kenan will direct the movie, with Reitman stepping into a producer role.
Check out the brief teaser below.
The first set photos were shared online back in April (click here to have a look), and they featured original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson alongside Paul Rudd, who debuted in the last movie as the kids' teacher, Mr. Grooberson, and another actor from the '80s classic, William Atherton as "dickless" Environmental Protection Agency officer Walter Peck.
Plot details are still under wraps, but after moving the spooky adventures to a more rural setting for Afterlife, it's been confirmed that we'll be returning to New York City in the next movie.
Other main cast members Carrie Coon (Callie Spengler) Finn Wolfhard (Trevor), and Mckenna Grace (Phoebe) are expected to return, but it's not clear if Hudson's fellow Ghostbusters OGs Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd will also reprise their roles.
In the previous movie's stinger, we saw Winston return to the team's old headquarters, where the refurbished ECTO-1 was waiting. Though nothing has been confirmed just yet, the implication was that Zeddemore was planning to train a new group of spook-hunters.
"Running out of options and money, single mum Callie sets foot in the small town of Summerville, Oklahoma, with her two teenage children, Phoebe and Trevor. And now, there is no turning back. As the family attempts to settle in the dilapidated house of Callie's eccentric late father, unexpected secrets hidden in plain sight, mysterious equipment, and a strange vehicle rotting in the barn seem to relate to the area's puzzling seismic activity, and something even more shocking: the long-forgotten Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man Incident in 1980s New York City. But there hasn't been a single ghost sighting since the bizarre events of Ghostbusters II (1989). Is history repeating itself? Will Phoebe connect the dots, give her grandfather a voice, and discover the family's connection to the original Ghostbusters (1984)?"