For its original Halloween film, Netflix has called on Henry Selick, the father of The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach or even Coraline, who is therefore back in business with the animated feature film in stop-motion Wendell and Wild, made for the platform, here is the trailer: To write the screenplay for the film, which has been in development since 2015, Selick asked Jordan Peele, the director of Get Out, Us and Nope, who is also co-producing the feature film. Together, they adapted for the screen an unpublished work by Henry Selick and Clay McLeod Chapman, and pooled their nightmarish universes in the service of a story “of nun, demons, murder, children, goat and dead priest”. They will tell the adventures of two demon brothers, Wendell and Wild (voiced by Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key) who trap Kat Elliott (Lyric Ross), a rebellious teenager with a difficult childhood, to escape hell and join the world of the living. The punk playlist that Kat listens to on her old boombox is signed by rapper Doechii and already has a YouTube channel dedicated to her. Wendell and Wild will be released for Halloween on October 28 on Netflix.