Amazon MGM Studios has given the go-ahead to the forthcoming zombie comedy movie, I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale, in partnership with Ryan Gosling's production firm, General Admission. This venture, stemming from an unpublished short story by twin brothers Adam and Daniel Cooper, will see the authors adapting their work for the screen, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. Gosling, together with his General Admission co-founder Jessie Henderson, will oversee the production under their first-look agreement with Amazon. The narrative of I Used to Eat Brains, Now I Eat Kale is set in a 'post-post-apocalyptic' era, delving into the struggles of ex-zombies striving to rejoin society. Although details of the plot are still confidential, the project drew attention when it was introduced to the market in June, as per The Hollywood Reporter. While Gosling is involved as a producer, there are no current plans for him to act in the film, and the director position is yet to be filled. Gosling, having recently completed work on Universal's The Fall Guy, is preparing for his next acting role in Project Hail Mary for Amazon MGM, directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, according to The Hollywood Reporter.