The Nightmare Before Christmas film with Nope's Jordan Peele has been released on Netflix for the first time.
In its first trailer, Wendell & Wild, which also reunites Peele with Keegan Michael-Key following their successful comedy partnership, is certainly bringing us 'This Is Halloween' vibes.
The duo play two demons who persuade a disgruntled teen called Kat to invite them to the Land of the Living. However, Kat demands something in return, leading to a bizarre comic adventure.
"Everyone has demons, and my demons have names," Kat declares in the teaser.
Selick, who co-writes with Peele, directs the film, which also includes Angela Bassett of Black Panther, Ving Rhames of Mission: Impossible, James Hong of Avatar: The Last Airbender, and This Is Us' Lyric Ross.
Igal Naor, who plays Igal in Homeland, Supergirl's David Harewood, Gabrielle Dennis of Luke Cage, Ramona Young of Legends of Tomorrow, Tamara Smart of A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting, and Natalie Martinez of From Dusk till Dawn: The Series
On October 28, Wendell & Wild is set to unleash havoc just in time for Halloween this year, so mark your calendars.
Peele has just directed his third feature as director, Nope, which reunites him with Daniel Kaluuya of Get Out, and also stars The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun and Scream Queens' Keke Palmer.
Peele has also spoken forth about the film's conclusion, which included a somewhat ambiguous final shot, and you can find all about it here.
Wendell & Wild will be available on Netflix starting October 28. Nope is now available in UK cinemas and is available to rent in the United States from the likes of Prime Video, iTunes, and Vudu.