Attention! Don't panic, but a Dad's Army movie has been confirmed.
The classic British sitcom will be revived for the big screen, with Toby Jones, Bill Nighy and Catherine Zeta Jones taking starring roles.
Jones will play the long-suffering Captain Mainwaring, with Nighy as his right-hand man Wilson, while Zeta Jones will take the role of journalist Rose Winters.
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The all-star British cast also includes Tom Courtenay as Lance-Corporal Jones, Harry Potter star Michael Gambon as Godfrey and Blake Harrison - Neil from The Inbetweeners - as Pike.
Danny Mays will play Walker, with Bill Paterson as Fraser - and there's also a strong supporting cast, with appearances from Happy Valley star Sarah Lancashire , Alison Steadman, Mark Gatiss and Annette Crosbie.
The first Dad's Army movie - Dad's Army: The Movie - was released in 1971, and saw Walmington-on-Sea's mayor taken hostage in the town hall by German soldiers.
The new film will be shot entirely on location in Yorkshire, with shooting commencing this month.
Directed by Oliver Parker, known for Johnny English Reborn, St Trinian's and The Importance of Being Earnest, the film is set in 1944, as the Second World War reaches its climax, with the Allies about to invade France and defeat the German army.
But morale amongst the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard is low.
The boys are given a new, spirit-boosting mission - to patrol the Dover army base - and meet glamorous journalist Rose Winters, who arrives to write about their work.
Things take a turn when MI5 discover a radio signal sent to Berlin from Walmington-on-Sea - sparking rumours of a spy - and with the outcome of the war at stake, it falls to the veteran servicemen to step up and save the day. Will the Home Guard be triumphant?
While you wait excitedly for Dad's Army to reach the big screen, why not test your knowledge of the classic wartime comedy with our quiz?
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