All five surviving members of Monty Python are working together for the first time in 15 years. The Python guys will be voicing aliens in a new sci-fi farce Absolutely Anything directed by Jones, Variety reports. The movie is a combination of CGI and live-action, following a group of aliens who endow a human with the power to do “absolutely anything,” causing all hell to break loose. Robin Williams will voice a talking dog named Dennis. Jones says Terry Gilliam John Cleese, and Michael Palin are all onboard to voice characters and they’re attempting to sign Eric Idle. If Idle joins the project, it’ll be the first time all five Python guys have worked together since 1998, when they appeared at the Aspen Comedy Festival with an urn they said contained the ashes of deceased Python member Graham Chapman. Hopefully, Terry Jones finds a way to work Chapman’s urn into the new movie so it’ll be a complete reunion.