We're only a couple of months away until the new Ghostbusters film lands, but until then we'll have to settle for this super short teaser trailer that was released—perhaps intentionally—on Valentine's Day. It's the greatest thing we've seen from the film since the cast photo featuring leads Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Leslie Jones holding some badass weapons dropped.

The film, directed by Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, Spy), is a reboot of Ivan Reitman's original 1984 film starring Bill Murray. It follows Erin Gilbert (Wiig) and Abby Yates (McCarthy) as authors who write a book that proves that ghosts are real. While they're laughed at at first, a few years later ghosts take over New York and the two, along with a nuclear engineer (McKinnon) and a subway worker (Jones), set out to fight the ghosts and save the world.

While the gender swap is enough to celebrate (Chris Hemsworth will be playing the Ghostbusters' receptionist), the other members of the cast are pretty incredible too. Cecily Strong, an SNL standout alongside McKinnon and Jones will appear, as will Andy Garcia, Michael Kenneth Williams (Omar from The Wire), and Charles Dance (the evil Lannister patriarch in Game of Thrones).

But just in case you're feeling a little nostalgic about the old films, Ernie Hudson, Dan Aykroyd, and none other than Bill Murray—all the original cast members—will be making cameo appearances.

The teaser, which shows the famous Ghostbusters slogan "Who You Gonna Call?," is a preview for the actual trailer, which drops Mar. 3. The film, on the other hand, will make its way to theaters July 15.

Until it does, check out the 00:28 second-long teaser above.