In a move sure to accelerate the coming of the Meta-pocalypse — in which "we" are all gonna "die," or whatever — Charlie Kaufman is making a stop-motion animated, Kickstarter-financed film with Community creator/showmartyr Dan Harmon. It's called Anomalisa; it's about a depressed motivational speaker who meets a woman who inspires him to turn his life upside down. Kaufman's writing the screenplay. Harmon, comedy writer and occasional Community actor Dino "Star-Burns" Stamatopoulos, and director Duke Johnson will executive-produce the film through Starburns Industries. That's the animation studio behind the stop-motion Community episode "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas," as well as the Adult Swim pilot Rick & Morty, Harmon's first post-Community project that isn't an unrepentant, bridge-nuking Tumblr post or a semi-repentant, crack-analogy-laced, Ugg-slippered Marc Maron interview.