There was plenty of joyful swearwolving when we learned in August last year that What We Do In The Shadows co-directors Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi were planning a follow-up about the loony lycanthrope characters introduced in their vampire comedy. Now we know the film is tentatively titled We're Wolves.
Previously called What We Do In The Moonlight, the new, even punnier title is still largely under wraps, but will focus on Rhys Darby's Anton and his polite pack of lycanthropes who try their best to follow a strict code of behaviour, despite the temptation every full moon to turn into howling beasts.
Quite what they'll be up to is locked in the minds of Clement and Waititi for now, and we'll have to wait to see it as the latter will be slightly busy working on Thor: Ragnarok for Marvel, when he's not promoting his latest comedy, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, which just premiered at Sundance and has a trailer online. He also has an idea for the story of a boy in the Hitler Youth during World War II, but that will likely be pushed back further by everything else he has going on. Still: more werewolves? We're well up for that.