Oscar-winner Jordan Peele cast alongside Keegan-Michael Key in animated film Wendell and Wild

Key and Peele will voice demon brothers who are forced to face off against their arch-enemy in order to earn their way out of hell,

PTI March 15, 2018 18:52:09 IST
Oscar-winner Jordan Peele cast alongside Keegan-Michael Key in animated film Wendell and Wild

Los Angeles: Actor-director Jordan Peele is teaming up with his comedy partner Keegan-Michael Key for Netflix's stop-motion film Wendell and Wild.

The duo will voice demon brothers — Wendell (Peele) and Wild (Key) — who are forced to face off against their arch-enemy in order to earn their way out of hell, reported Variety.

Oscarwinner Jordan Peele cast alongside KeeganMichael Key in animated film Wendell and Wild

Keegan-Michael Key (L) and Jordan Peele. Image via Twitter

The film will be directed by Henry Selick, who is also penning the script along with Peele and Clay McLeod Chapman.

The film will be produced by Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Peele via his Monkeypaw banner and Selick.

Sarah Serata will co-produce while the executive producers on the project are Win Rosenfeld, Peter Principato, Joel Zadak, Lindsay Williams and Eddie Gamarra.

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