Leslie Jones*The future for Leslie Jones is looking very ghost-like.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Saturday Night Live star is in final negotiations to sign on for the all-female version of the classic ‘80s film “Ghostbusters.”

Joining Jones for the reboot will be her fellow SNL’ers Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon, in addition to Melissa McCarthy. Although negotiations are still ongoing, the film’s director Paul Feig (“Bridesmaids”) tweeted a picture of the ladies, which suggests they’re in it for the long run.

Jones’ involvement in the “Ghostbusters” reboot could mark a major milestone for the funny lady, who has been making people laugh for more than 30 years. Jones’ achievements, as noted by Vulture.com, include opening for Jamie Foxx and Katt Williams as well as starring in her own Showtime stand-up comedy special in 2011. Last January, Jones joined the cast of SNL, becoming one of two Black female cast members currently on the show’s roster. Jones, who most recently appeared in Chris Rock’s film “Top Five,” is now a “feature player” on SNL.

The all-female “Ghostbusters” is slated to hit theaters in July 2016.