As you probably know by now, the new Ghostbusters trailer dropped today — and it's led to some divisive opinions.
Whether or not you enjoyed the new all-female cast and contemporary setting, I'd be willing to wager that you missed one little clue in the trailer that leads to even more features and footage.
Take another look, and see if you can spot it.
The tip-off is somewhere in this screenshot:
See that strange-looking formula at the top of the board? The one that ends in "com" and an arrow?
Well, that's not like any formula I've ever seen, and it's actually a convoluted title for a website called Paranormal Studies Lab.
Once you head there, it's a full-fledged interactive site that doubles as an in-universe source for the ladies' scientific needs. It has plenty of content, even a featurette with some shots that didn't make it into the trailer.
The First 'Ghostbusters' Featurette Shows How Much Effort Went Into The New Proton Pack
Well, I'm not a scientist, so I have no idea if any of this is legit, but it certainly sounds cool!
Paranormal Studies Lab Also Reveals Designs For The Ecto-1 And More
Here's the classic vehicle from the original Ghostbusters. This time around it will be Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon or Leslie Jones behind the wheel.
There's plenty more paranormal technology where that came from, including the ghost trap:
Lastly, as the above featurette displayed, the new proton pack harkens back to the one we all know and love while adding some new features for the 21st century.
Head to the website for even more special content, including schematics!
Are you excited for the new 'Ghostbusters'?
(Source: Paranormal Studies Lab)