The upcoming American stop-motion animated dark fantasy comedy horror film “Wendell & Wild”, directed by Henry Selick and Jordan Peele is writing the screenplay for, is based on the same-titled unpublished novel by Selick and Clay McLeod Chapman. The movie, starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as its eponymous characters, was made by Netflix Animation, Monkeypaw Productions, Gotham Group, and Principato-Young Entertainment.
Wendell & Wild is set to premiere on Netflix in late 2022 following delays brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Wendell & Wild, which was first revealed in 2015 with Nightmare Before Christmas filmmaker Henry Selick at the helm, is his first film endeavour since Coraline in 2009. Three stop-motion movies are expected to be released on Netflix in 2022, with Wendell & Wild being one of them.
About the film
Wendell & Wild would be a good fit for viewers who enjoy Jordan Peele’s combination of horror and humour because he has established himself as a horror author in recent years. Wendell & Wild’s specifics are still largely unknown, but recent Netflix project announcements hint at a darkly captivating adventure. Here is all the information we currently have about the upcoming stop-motion film Wendell & Wild on Netflix.
The synopsis of Wendell & Wild describes it as a dark fantasy comedy horror. It may be assumed that the stop-motion technique will contribute in some manner to the story and the way it is presented in the Netflix movie because it is totally stop-motion. So far, the only thing known about the plot is that two demon brothers named Wendell and Wild attempt to convince a 13-year-old girl named Kat to call them to the realm of the living.
Wendell & Wild has had Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key affiliated since its announcement in 2015. They are expected to portray two brothers who are demons attempting to enter the human realm. With an extensive cast that includes Ving Rhames, Angela Basset, James Hong, Sam Zelaya, Tamara Smart, Ramona Young, and Seema Virdi in various supporting roles, Lyric Ross is slated to play a 13-year-old girl that the two brothers are trying to manipulate.