Fry & Laurie Re-Team For Wilde’s “Ghost”

Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry, before they went on to become an American TV star and a British national treasure respectively, were best known for their work together as a comedic team back in the 80’s be it their own sketch show to their memorable turns in “Blackadder”.

Now the duo are reuniting for an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s “The Canterville Ghost” in which they’ll be voicing characters. Fry himself broke the news through his Twitter feed (via Empire) saying “M’coll Hugh & I will be working together to voice the new animated feature of Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost.”

Melmoth Films is currently seeking financing for the project which “That Mitchell And Webb Look” co-writers Keiron Self and Giles New are adapting.