By Dan Snierson
July 24, 2014 at 10:05 PM EDT
Comedy Central

Comedy Central has given a return date to a pair of sketch comedians so close, they’re separated by a mere ampersand: Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Key & Peele, which picked up four Emmy nominations earlier this month, will kick off season 4 on Sept. 24 at 10:30 p.m. The 11-episode season will include such famous guests as Ty Burrell (who also appeared in season 1), Rashida Jones, Retta, Chelsea Peretti, and Jason Ritter, EW has learned.

But new episodes of their sketch show aren’t the only thing on their collective plate right now. During a Key & Peele panel at Comic-Con on Thursday afternoon, the team revealed that in addition to the Vandaveon and Mike animated series that they’re developing at Comedy Central—and the big-screen comedy they’re both starring in and writing with Judd Apatow—they are developing another movie that they’ll headline. Its title? Keanu. (Alas, it doesn’t co-star Keanu Reeves.) Only one detail about the project was spilled, and it came courtesy of Peele: “Keanu is a kitten.”

Sure, return dates, guest-stars, and cat movies are great, but what you really want is a little peek at season 4. At the Comic-Con panel, the boys unveiled their first look at two new sketches, one of which involves Peele playing, fittingly enough, comic book legend Stan Lee. If you were too busy watching a Liam Neesons film to attend the panel in person, no worries. Click on the exclusive EW video below to see Lee pitch the next not-so-great superhero.