With the exception of the new photos recently, we haven’t noticed much on overseer Paul Feig’s approaching Ghostbusters reboot. While most summer season movies have at the very least provided a teaser trailer by now, all of us still don’t understand much about this brand new ghost busting adventure. That may change a bit today. We still don’t have a trailers (Feig says that’s coming at the end of this thirty day period), but we do possess images of the fresh LEGO Ghostbusters set, which includes the first look at the film’azines new ghostly monster, along with Chris Hemsworth’s identity, Kevin, leaping into action.
For the most part, the particular LEGO Ghostbusters set is fairly common and similar to the existing ECTO-1 kit; it includes the newest ECTO-1, plus each of our four new Ghostbusters, as performed by Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon as well as Leslie Jones. Although, in addition to those minifigs, there is also a red, demon-like blurry, which looks like it’lmost all be the Gozer for a new generation.
Also, you can see that Hemsworth’ersus secretary has left this headquarters and ran into action in ECTO-2, a Ghostbusters motorcycle, in case you look closely in his eyes, you can see that they’re an spooky red (the rest of the character types have traditional black color LEGO eyes), indicating he could have gotten him self possessed by our own demon friend.
No phrase yet on retail price, but this LEGO set is expected to go on sale later on this summer. If you totally can’t wait that long, you can always by the regular Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters set (nevertheless that will set you back an excellent $350).
Thirty years after the initial film took the globe by storm, Ghostbusters is back and fully rebooted for a new generation. Director Paul Feig fuses all the paranormal fighting things that made the first franchise so much loved with a cast of the latest characters, played from the funniest actors operating today. Get ready to view them save the entire world this summer!
Ghostbusters opens within theaters on September 15.