Not sure we'd trust them to save the world, to be honest.
Move over Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and co, there's a new crew in town.
Nope, Hollywood hasn't hit the reboot button on the Ghostbusters franchise after last year's film didn't do as well as expected.
Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness have joined forces with 'Rudebox' hitmaker Robbie Williams to parody the iconic series for The Keith and Paddy Picture Show.
The show sees Keith and Paddy recreate their favourite films, Be Kind Rewind-style, with a host of celebrity guests.
Elsewhere in the series, the duo parody the Rocky films with the help of Anna Friel as Adrian, Marvin Humes as Apollo Creed and, errrm, Andi Peters as Mr T.
There's also another recreation of the famous Dirty Dancing lift moment, with Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Hynes, Larry Lamb and John Barrowman involved.
The duo also take on Jaws with a particularly fishy parody that stars DCI Banks' Stephen Tompkinson.
Returning to the actual Ghostbusters franchise, it looks like there are going to be a whole host of movies on the way - according to the original's director Ivan Reitman at least.
We're not sure what the studio has in mind, except for an animated series called Ghostbusters: Ecto Force that will begin in 2018, which may have a theatrical film attached to it.
Maybe they'll give Keith, Paddy and Robbie some cameos.
The Keith and Paddy Picture Show will air on ITV in April.