Both recently losing their respective jobs making good things, Charlie Kaufman and Community creator Dan Harmon are now combining convoluted, self-aware narrative forces to make something else that sounds pretty good. So pay them to do that right now.
Here's how it works: go to this Kickstarter page and give some money. If/when the project reaches $200k, production is guaranteed on a stop-motion-animated film called Anomalisa, from a script by Charlie Kaufman said to be "about a man crippled by the mundanity of his life" (BUT I BET IT'S ABOUT MORE THAN THAT). The 40-minute film will be produced at Starburns Industries with Dan Harmon executive producing alongside Moral Orel-creator/Starburns Dino Stamatopoulos, stop-motion Community director Duke Johnson, and producer Rosa Tran. Donations of various dollar amounts get you special prizes like digital downloads, posters, stop-motion puppets, and/or a 20-minute Skype conversation with whichever executive producer you most want to make uncomfortable with Community trivia.
Below is a Starburns Industries-produced video to get you interested, as if you aren't already. You are, right? Otherwise, I don't know what to tell you. You're irredeemable.