Ryan Gosling set to produce zombie comedy I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale

Gosling, alongside Jessie Henderson, his partner at General Admission, will produce the film under their first-look deal with Amazon
Ryan Gosling set to produce zombie comedy I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale

Ryan Gosling's production company General Admission is set to collaborate with Amazon MGM Studios for the upcoming zombie comedy I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale.

Gosling, alongside Jessie Henderson, his partner at General Admission, will produce the film under their first-look deal with Amazon.

The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that the project, based on an unpublished short story by twins Adam and Daniel Cooper, will be adapted for the screen by the authors themselves.

Details regarding the plot and the cast are kept under wraps, but it is reportedly set in a "post-post apocalyptic world" where former zombies struggle to reintegrate. A release date is yet to be confirmed.

While Gosling is attached as a producer, he is not currently slated to star in the film, and the directorial helm remains unfilled at this stage.

Gosling was recently seen in David Leitch's The Fall Guy. Up next, he has Project Hail Mary directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, which is slated to hit theatres on 20 March 2026.

The Cooper Twins bring creative expertise to the adaptation, having not only written and directed acclaimed shorts but also earned accolades such as the Clio and Golden Trailer awards for their marketing contributions.

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