Elizabeth Banks has endorsed on to coordinate the thrill ride, Cocaine Bear, from makers, Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The filmmaking pair, Lord and Miller, are most popular for their work on vivified films, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Lego Movie, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, while their true to life continue incorporates, 21 Jump Street and its spin-off, 22 Jump Street. Banks recently worked with makers Lord and Miller on The Lego Movie establishment and most as of late coordinated the Charlie’s Angels film.
Presently, per Deadline, Elizabeth Banks has tracked down her next executive undertaking in the spine chiller, Cocaine Bear, for Universal, rejoining her with makers Lord and Miller. The film, composed by Jimmy Warden (The Babysitter: Killer Queen), will recount the fantastic genuine story of a 175-pound wild bear that devoured in excess of 70 pounds of cocaine, a story that was accounted for by the New York Times in 1985.
During a medication run from Columbia, previous opiates official turned runner, Andrew Thornton, dropped a duffel sack loaded up with cocaine from a plane over Chattahoochee National Forest, where it was eaten up by a bear. The bear was subsequently discovered dead and governed as the greatest medication glut ever. The bear was even stuffed, nicknamed “Pablo EskoBear,” and transformed into a horrible vacation destination. In spite of the fact that this abnormal genuine story which the film depends on seems as though fuel for a peculiar parody, Cocaine Bear will supposedly be a “character-driven thrill ride” and start shooting this late spring.