Disney’s 20th Century Studios has picked up the rights to M.T. Anderson’s novel “Feed”, which was released back in 2003 and is set in dystopian fiction, where people connect to the internet via feeds implanted in their brains.

Titus doesn’t think much of the moon. But then Titus doesn’t think much period. He’s got his “feed” – an internet implant linked directly into his brain – to do his thinking for him. It tells him where to party or get the hottest bargains and how to accessorize the mysterious lesions everyone’s been getting lately. But then Titus meets Violet, a girl who cares what’s happening to the world and challenges everything Titus and his friends hold dear. A girl who decides to fight the feed…

According to THR, The new film is going to be adapted and directed by 25-year old Nigerian filmmaker Stanley Kalu, who is making his directorial debut.

It will be produced by Zachary Green, as part of his newly launched Bantu Inc. banner, with Stanley Kalu, whose mission is to produce socially relevant films from diverse filmmakers, to create impactful social change through the medium of film and television.

“Feed” recently was named one of Time magazine’s 100 Best YA Books of All Time, and won a number of awards, including the Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards for Fiction.

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