Paramount Vantage and Comedy Central are teaming up on a unique supernatural idea that could hit both the big and small screen at the same time. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount Vantage and Comedy Central are teaming up for Ghosts/Aliens, which will be developed as a feature film and TV series at the same time.
The projects will be based on Trey Hamburger's young-adult novel that was released in November. Phil Johnson will pen the script. The novel centers on the adventures of two stoner friends who seek out both ghosts and aliens.
No production schedule was released for either the film or TV project.
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