Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key are teaming up for a brand new stop-motion feature set to hit Netflix!
According to Variety, Oscar winner Jordan Peele and his Key & Peele partner Keegan-Michael Key have officially signed on to lend their voice to a new stop-motion feature from James and the Giant Peach and Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Selick.
The new film is called Wendell and Wild and Key and Peele are set to voice the two titular characters who also happen to be demon brothers.
The movie centers around the two scheming brothers and what happens when they’re forced to go head-to-head with their archenemy. They’ll have to figure out how to win the battle if they want to have any hope of finding their way out of hell.
In addition to voicing one of the brothers, Peele will also be teaming up with Selick and fellow script writer Clay McLeod Chapman to write the script for the feature film.
The Get Out creator will also be co-producing the project through his company, Monkeypaw.
We’ll be excited to see Key and Peele team up again for a feature film and can’t wait to see what they come up with alongside director Henry Selick.
Netflix’s Wendell and Wild is set to premiere via the online streaming platform sometime in 2019.