If there's something strange in your neighborhood — and your neighborhood is TriBeCa, and that something strange was a film crew — you might have glimpsed the "Ghostbusters" movie shoot last weekend.
The all-female reboot of the beloved supernatural comedy filmed its final scenes in TriBeCa on Saturday, the movie's director, Paul Feig tweeted, with the help of some action figures.
It's a wrap on Ghostbusters!!! pic.twitter.com/gzQFRrLUYU— Paul Feig (@paulfeig) September 19, 2015
TriBeCa's famed Ladder 8 firehouse — whose bright red doors are seen in the background of Feig's pic — was used as the headquarters for the ghoul-hunting troupe in the original movie.
Feig's version, which stars Kirsten Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon as the paranormal investigators, is set in New York, but most of the movie was shot around Boston.
Last weekend, and the weekend before, however, several scenes were shot around the city. The cast and their Ghostbusters' cars — Ecto 1 and Ecto 2 — were seen in TriBeCa, and around the city.
The final day of shooting, on Saturday, took place near their TriBeCa "headquarters" — in July, a FDNY spokesman told DNAinfo New York that he wasn't aware of plans to use the firehouse in the remake, though it appears the exterior made the cut.
Ernie Hudson, an original Ghostbuster, posed in front of Ladder 8's bright doors with the new cast on Saturday, the last day of the film's shooting schedule. Hudson, along with the other original crew, Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd, are said to have cameos in the film. Harold Ramis, the team's Dr. Egon Spengler, died last year.
The movie is slated to open in June 2016.