Legendary acquires worldwide film rights for My Boyfriend is a Bear which is an Oni Press graphic novel debuted earlier this year. The novel is written by Pamela Ribon and illustrated by Cat Farris. Ribon will write the screenplay and act as the executive producer along with Alex Hertzberg, Joe Nozemack, James Lucas Jones, and Oni Entertainment’s Charlie Chu. Legendary’s Jon Silk and Ali Mendes will be overseeing the project. Ribon has written for some popular films which include Moana, Smurfs: The Lost Village, and the upcoming Ralph Breaks the Internet, a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph from Walt Disney Animation Studios. She has also worked on BOOM Studios’ SLAM! and issues of the Rick and Morty tie-up comic. My Boyfriend is a Bear is about Nora, an unlucky-in-love woman who finds her true love with the most unexpected—a 500-pound American Black Bear. The film will focus on their relationship as the couple goes about discovering a lot of things. They will encounter hipster neighbours, judgmental friends, and Bear’s imminent need for hibernation puts their relationship through an ultimate test. Legendary has previously attained success by producing big-budget adaptations for Warner Bros. and Universal such as Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel, 2014’s Godzilla, Pacific Rim, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and the Jurassic World.