ALF Movie In The Works

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A scene from NBC's 'ALF' -- NBC

Watch out "Ted," there's another wise-cracking furry little guy possibly headed to the big screen.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, 80's sitcom "ALF" is being developed as feature film. The movie will reportedly be a mix of CGI and live action.

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The TV series - about a sarcastic alien (with an appetite for cats) who crash lands on earth and lives with a suburban family - aired from 1986 to 1990.

Puppeteer Paul Fusco voiced the title role on the original TV series and is reportedly expected to lend his voice talents to the character on the big screen.

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A writer and director have reportedly not been attached to the project.

-- Jesse Spero

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