'Beavis and Butt-Head' was the quintessential 90's show and best encapsulated the decade; two moody teenagers poking fun at rock music and getting in trouble.

The Gen X stars received the reboot treatment in 2011, and now a decade later, the duo are getting a new film according to series creator Mike Judge.

Judge created the iconic duo before going onto success by co-creating 'King Of The Hill' and 'Silicon Valley', and now Judge is returning to his roots.

In a Tweet, Judge said that a "brand new movie and more stuff" will debut on the streaming service Paramount+ later this year.

There is "no exact date" for the duo's return, but it will be "soon" and Judge joked that the pair needed to "get back in shape."

News emerged in 2020 that a reboot series was also ordered by Comedy Central.

Beavis and Butt-Head received their own film at the height of their fame, with 1996's 'Beavis and Butt-Head Do America' which at one point held the record for the highest-ever box office opening for December.

That record has since been broken many times over by the likes of 'Spider-Man' and 'Star Wars'.

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore lent their voices to the film and the soundtrack boasted a who's who of 90's talent from LL Cool J and Red Hot Chilli Peppers to White Zombie and Butthole Surfers.

Beavis and Butt-Head also presented an award at the 1997 Oscars.

A reboot aired in 2011 which saw the pair take aim at the likes of 'Jersey Shore' and music videos of the era.

In addition to creating and writing the show, Mike Judge also voiced Beavis and Butt-Head and stated in 2008 that Johnny Depp had expressed interest in playing Beavis in a live-action film.

Paramount+ is launching in Ireland sometime in 2022 on Sky platforms, so there is a good chance the film will make its way onto Irish screens sometime this year.