The trailer to Jason Reitman's sequel to the original two Ghostbusters (which has nothing to do with 2016's Ghostbusters: Answer The Call, which exists in a different universe where everyone despises funny women) is here, and he's taken a quintessential NYC movie and transported it to... Oklahoma. Nobody can say they aren't trying to do something different!

The movie stars The Leftovers’ Carrie Coon as Callie, who moves to Oklahoma with her two kids (Mckenna Grace's Phoebe and Finn Wolfhard's Trevor) to live at a farm left to them by their grandfather. That grandfather is almost certainly Egon, since the house is filled with Ghostbusters paraphernalia, including ghost traps, the uniforms, and Ecto-1. Paul Rudd plays a summer school teacher named Mr. Grooberson who is a huge Ghostbusters fan who teaches the kids about their lore.

Reitman told Vanity Fair that the film connects with the "Manhattan Crossrip" of 1984, aka the name given to the event from the original Ghostbusters movie. Almost the entire original cast is set to return as well (except for Harold Ramis, who died in 2014, and Rick Moranis, who retired from acting), though the trailer below keeps its cards to its chest in that regard.

“As the family arrives at an old farm, they begin to discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters,” Reitman said. “Trevor and Phoebe are about to find out who their grandfather was and whether they’re ready to pick up the proton pack themselves.”

Also, for fellow fans of the Carrie Coon/Tracy Letts Cinematic Universe: this is NOT the first time they've been in a film together, but it may be the first time they talk to each other on screen.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife will be released next summer. Until then, I encourage you to check out my favorite Ghostbusters-related content: the story behind the infamous ghost blowjob scene in the original film.