Director Paul Feig recently revealed the uniforms the stars of his "Ghostbusters" reboot, which is set for a 22 July 2016 release, will wear.
Feig tweeted the photo with the hashtag #whatyougonnawear, and the uniform looks similar to the one the paranormal investigators wore in the 1984 original. However, there are some minor changes.
The uniform appears to be a darker shade of brown and there are orange stripes along the sleeves. The logo from the original has also been left untouched.
— Paul Feig (@paulfeig) June 29, 2015
Although fans are yet to get a photo of the cast wearing these new uniforms, it won't be long before such photographs are leaked, as the reboot movie has already had to deal with leaked set images.
The all-female reboot movie stars Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig and Leslie Jones, and actor Chris Hemsworth who will essay the role of a receptionist.
It remains to be seen how the new "Ghostbusters" movie will differ from the original, and director Feig said he would like to see cameos from the original cast.
"I know they are all happy about it but who knows, I'd love it but we're figuring it out. We want to make it our own but also give nods to the fans of the movies," Feig told People.
Meanwhile, not many are happy that the reboot will have an all-female ensemble. "STOP THE MADNESS. There are some movies that a remake or sequel will not work with an all female cast," one fan noted.
"This is going to be horrible. I think Kristen Wiig is very funny, but she is not a Ghostbuster. As an ensemble, they are going to rely mainly on slapstick and probably jokes about being women," another message noted.