"I had no idea who it was, and it wasn't till he spoke that I was like 'Oh, my God. I know who you are'. But, so when we were acting, Paul was so great that he really put people in there that were fully dressed, with make-up, prosthetics. It was a little creepy," Melissa said
Ghostbusters seems to take on the race and gender issues amid controversies that arose regarding the all-female cast and actress Leslie Jones' "street-smart" role which some fans called a racist stereotype. The trailer also gives a sneak peek at actor Chris Hemsworth, who is seen applying for the job of the ladies' receptionist
The new footage raises more laughs than the first look, thanks to the hilarious new receptionist, played by actor Chris Hemsworth who had a blink-and-miss appearance in the first look. Meanwhile, Leslie Jones was earlier trolled on social media for her 'street-smart' black New Yorker character, which many said reinforced a 'racist stereotype'
Chris Hemsworth will be filling the role played by Annie Potts in the original '80s film series