'Ghostbusters' International Trailer Features More of Chris Hemsworth's Receptionist

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Chris Hemsworth in the 'Ghostbusters' international trailer

The slightly different version of the U.S. trailer that launched last Thursday also features a failed crowd-surfing attempt by Leslie Jones' character and more paranormal activity.

Less than a week after the first trailer for Sony's Ghostbusters reboot debuted online, an international trailer has emerged, providing more footage of the highly anticipated summer movie.

The international preview features most of the same scenes as the U.S. trailer but with more of a look at Chris Hemsworth's receptionist Kevin.

In the international trailer, he's shown arriving at the Ghostbusters' headquarters and inquiring about the job opening. It seems he's quickly hired by Kristen Wiig's character, who also gets a funny moment in the new preview struggling with a door.

Later Kevin is shown suggesting that they "build something to fight" the ghosts appearing all over New York and suggesting perhaps not the best idea for a Ghostbusters logo.

The international trailer also features more paranormal activity and a scene in which the Ghostbusters spring into action at a concert, and Leslie Jones' character tries to crowd surf but the audience parts and she lands on the floor.

"I don't know if it was a race thing or a lady thing, but I'm mad as hell," she says.

Paul Feig's Ghostbusters reboot hits theaters on July 15 and stars Wiig, Jones, Melissa McCarthy and Kate McKinnon.

Watch the full international trailer in the tweet below.