HOLLYWOOD - Skillfully blending recent lab-grown meat advances with universal fears of natural disasters like "SharkNados", noted screenwriter Ike Leber has mailed his latest movie script to the SyFy Channel for consideration.
"FrankenBurgerNado" tells the futuristic but plausible tale of man's quest to grow hamburgers artificially in a world where climate change wreaks havoc. Leber's script details the beginnings of lab-grown meat as part of a Nazi Super Soldier/Werewolf Program developed in Germany in the late 1930s. The U.S. government shuttered the program during the Cold War, only to revive it as part of a plan funded by the ChikFilA Cow Foundation. Leber's script magically weaves the program's trials during a busy tornado season in the nation's heartland. Leber calls it his "most cerebral, cautionary tale ever".
Leber said he expects to get the green light for this project very soon. Agents for the aging, mostly out of work cast of "Beverly Hills 90201" have assured Leber their clients are "desperate, as always".