The creators of 'South Park', Trey Parker and Matt Stone, are working on their first live-action movie together.

Very little is known about the movie, other than its working title - 'Alma Junction' - and there isn't even a plot synopsis to go along with it. DiscussingFilm reports that cinematographer Pawel Pogorzelski has been hired for the movie, who previously worked on Ari Aster's 'Hereditary' and 'Midsommar', but has no other information on what to expect.

Naturally, that's leading to plenty of speculation. For example, 'Alma Junction' is being mooted by some as a placeholder for something else - potentially even a movie adaptation of 'The Book of Mormon', Trey Parker and Matt Stone's critically-acclaimed musical. Others think it might be something completely different, as Alma Junction is a reference to a small town in Colorado, located in Park County - the same place as South Park.

'Alma Junction' will be Trey Parker and Matt Stone's first live-action movie together, however it isn't Trey Parker's first live-action movie. In 1997, Parker wrote and directed 'Orgazmo', a screwball sex comedy about a Mormon who's recruited by a porn director to play a superhero called Orgazmo. Before that, Parker also wrote and directed 'Cannibal! The Musical, a black-comedy musical that Parker directed while in college with Matt Stone.

As mentioned, details are very thin on the ground about 'Alma Junction', so it's no surprise that there isn't even a release date, poster or trailer to go along with it. So, instead, we'll leave you with this.