Key & Peele stars/creators Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele are serving as the guest editors of Entertainment Weekly for this week's print edition, where the duo revealed they are developing a movie with Paramount based on their substitute teacher character, Mr. Garvey.
"We're in negotiations at Paramount to make a 'Substitute Teacher' movie. Two of our writers are penning it. Well, they're not penning it as we speak - it's getting there."
"We were brought on to take the creative lead with it. We got two of our friends, Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen [both of The Mindy Project]-brilliant, funny men. They're going to be penning the script."
"When we start working with the script and seeing it, we'll make the decision. Is Key & Peele a distraction from Police Academy? We'll figure it out. Either way, we'll make the best call for the movie."
"We're starting at step one again with that. There was an idea with Judd, [but] we're not doing that idea anymore. Now we're going to start from ground zero and start all over again."
Jordan Peele is also working on a horror movie with Darko Entertainment that he wants to direct.
"That's a straight horror movie. I want to be essentially a thriller director. I'm a big fan horror movies. Rosemary's Baby, The Stepford Wives-I'm sort of taking a lead from that genre of film. It'll be, just, very cool."