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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

‘Everyday Parenting Tips’: Universal Developing Monster Invasion Comedy With Ryan Reynolds Starring

First reported by Deadline today, Universal Pictures is looking to turn Simon Rich‘s short story Everyday Parenting Tips into a feature film, putting together a package that has Rich scripting, Ryan Reynolds starring and Paul King (Paddington) directing. The short story, published by The New Yorker back in May, takes place during the Great Monster Uprising.

Rich explains the setting in the short story, “Unfortunately, [kids seeing monsters is] becoming more common in the aftermath of the Great Monster Uprising that occurred earlier this year. Ever since the creatures descended from the Dark Place, their presence on Earth has become an unavoidable aspect of our daily lives. If your child is afraid of an actual, real-life monster, such as Gorgog the Annihilator or Ctharga the Eater of Souls, explain to her that, although those monsters are obviously real, the likelihood of them attacking her is only moderate.”

Other monsters featured in the story include the Gauntwings, who “hunt their prey using only their hyperdeveloped sense of sight,” and the massive Drain of Ga, described as being “a giant, swirling portal in the sky that looks like a screaming mouth.”

Deadline notes that the film will be a “big scale family action comedy.”

Phil Lord, Chris Miller and Aditya Sood are also attached to produce alongside Reynolds.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3626438/everyday-parenting-tips-universal-developing-monster-invasion-comedy-ryan-reynolds-starring/

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