Check Out This Behind-The-Scenes Look At The New Ghostbusters Ecto-1

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Hey, at least it's still a Cadillac.

We’re all familiar with the original Ghostbusters, which came out in 1984. But in the next few weeks, the present day reboot of that classic movie will premiere in theaters across the US. That means the new Ghostbusters require a new ride and, of course, it’s the Ecto-1. But instead of that 1959 Cadillac ambulance, it’s now a 1984 Cadillac hearse. Like the new movie itself, this "new" Ecto-1 may not appeal to everyone but it definitely has the spirit of the beloved original.

And now the new movie’s stars and director take some time out to talk about the car in this video released by Sony Pictures. The new Ecto-1 does look pretty cool but we have to admit that we’re still partial to the original. "Ghostbusters" returns to the big screen on July 15.

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