Umm... Are They Making a Movie About Toronto's Garfield Pizza Restaurant?
A poster for a movie called 'Love Me, Feed Me, Don't Leave Me with Nathen Mazri' has us questioning reality
We don't have much to go off of, but the official @GarfieldEATSapp Twitter account has posted an absolutely absurd-looking movie poster that looks like it points to a project called Love Me, Feed Me, Don't Leave Me with Nathen Mazri.
Nathan Mazri is, of course, the CEO and co-founder of GarfieldEATS. In the poster, he appears in the sort of uncannily edited photo that only accompanies promotional materials for major releases. It also has a copyright to Nickelodeon, which tracks considering the company bought the rights to Garfield last year.
It's truly a testament to 2020 that we can't figure out if a movie poster advertising a film about a man named Nathen who opened a Garfield-themed pizza restaurant is real or not. But we really hope it is because it looks, to quote the film's tag-line, "soo entergaging."
Nathen Mazri can't let 200 million fans of @Garfield down. He can't let his godfather Jim Davis down & he can't let @Nickelodeon down. Nathen has a responsibility to the cat & world's 1st #GarfieldEATS. Can he do it ? #comingsoon #watch pic.twitter.com/aSOcSCzNQQ— GarfieldEATS (@GarfieldEATSapp) July 24, 2020