2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones  - InsideFresh off his Oscar win, Jordan Peele is going back to his roots — a comedy with Keegan-Michael Key.

The former Comedy Central duo, who won Emmys and other awards for their eponymous show, are reuniting in "Wendall and Wild," a stop-motion animated feature to stream on Netflix.

The movie is directed by Henry Selick ("James and the Giant Peach," "Coraline") and will feature Key and Peele as the voices of two scheming demon brothers. Peele is also co-writing the script with Selick and Clay McLeod Chapman.

"Key & Peele" ran for five seasons from 2012 to 2015. The pre-taped sketches often focused on hot button topics like race, sexism, and harassment.

Since the show ended, both stars have gone on to their own projects. Peele made "Get Out," for which he won the Best Original Screenplay. Key appeared in Netflix's ensemble dramedy "Friends From College." The two reunited in real life after Peele won his Oscar, a moment that Key celebrated in very sweet fashion.