Ryan Gosling to Produce Zombie Comedy, I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale

Amazon MGM Studios and Ryan Gosling’s new production company, General Admission, which he runs with partner Jessie Henderson, is diving into zombie fare.

Today, The Hollywood Reporter shared that the two studios have picked up rights to a feature film based on an unpublished short story by twin brothers, Adam and Daniel Cooper. Details of the tale, which is called I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale, are under wraps, but THR said it’s a “post-post-apocalyptic” story, where the undead have to integrate into a non-human-eating society (and likely, as the title suggests, have to eat kale instead of brain matter).

The Cooper Twins, as THR calls them, have several short films under their belt and are known in Hollywood for directing and editing marketing content and trailers for many major studios. Their work has earned them Clios and Golden Trailer Awards.

Things are still very much in the early days for I Used to Eat Brains; the Cooper Twins still have to pen a script from their own short story. And while Gosling is producing the movie, he’s currently not attached to star in it. There also isn’t a director attached yet.

Gosling, who recently played Ken in Barbie (pictured above), has other projects on his plate in the interim. He’s currently set to star in the adaptation of Andy Weir’s Project Hail Mary, which should go into production soon. No news on if/when this movie will make its way past the development stage. icon-paragraph-end

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