The new Ghostbusters trailer has premiered - giving us our first glimpse of Slimer.
-- Game Informer (@gameinformer) May 18, 2016
The two-minute clip of the all-female follow up features plenty more ghosts attacking New York City, a fair few comedy moments and a lot of slime.
-- Ghostbusters (@Ghostbusters) May 18, 2016
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, who is probably one of the best known spooky beings from the classic 1984 film, makes an appearance.
The trailer reveals that someone is making a machine that is amplifying paranormal activity in the Big Apple.
We also get a longer look at the scene where a ghoul vomits slime all over Kristen Wiig's character.
-- Ghostbusters (@Ghostbusters) April 4, 2016
The new version of the movie stars Bridemaids actresses Melissa McCarthy and Kristen and Saturday Night Live comedians Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, replacing the original quartet of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson.
The new trailer comes around two months after fans got the first sneak peek at the eagerly anticipated movie.
That first trailer failed to excite Ghostbusters fans, and it ended up being the most disliked in YouTube history.
However, trailer two seems to have got things back on track.
That was the best #Ghostbusters trailer by far. The ladies have great chemistry. The originals are still there. Everyone needs to calm down
-- Amirose Eisenbach (@Amirosie) May 18, 2016
-- Nick Vargas (@NickHgMn96) May 18, 2016
I still don't understand the hate for the first trailer, but that new #Ghostbusters trailer is a cup of tea I want to drink. So in.
-- John Squires (@FreddyInSpace) May 18, 2016
#Ghostbusters looks fun. Like the original it stars four of the funniest people in movies. Let's not pretend the original was Citizen Kane
-- Elias Toufexis (@EliasToufexis) May 18, 2016
Of course, you can't please everyone...
Meh, the new #Ghostbusters trailer is just as unfunny as the first trailer.
-- Jack Russell (@JolietJack) May 18, 2016
I'm going to give #Ghostbusters a chance. Then again, my great grandfather said a similar thing about the Nazi party.
-- The Studio Exec (@studioexec1) May 18, 2016
Ghostbusters will be released in UK cinemas on July 15.