Demetri Martin Lands Dreamworks Film Deal

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Comic Demetri Martin (who recently became the Daily Show's "Trend Spotting" correspondent) is continuing his string of successes. He just sold a pitch to Dreamworks... per Variety:

DreamWorks has found its way with "Will," acquiring the pitch from comic/scribe Demetri Martin.
Comedic story centers on an ordinary guy who has settled into a typical life with a job and family. After waking up one day and resolving to no longer live an average life, he sets out on a journey to fulfill his hidden potential. Martin will take a key supporting role.
Scot Armstrong, who penned "Old School" and "Road Trip" for DreamWorks, is closing a deal to be executive producer on the project. Martin pitched the idea to both Steven Spielberg and studio head Adam Goodman; latter took it off the market right away.

Bully for you, Mr. Martin.

"Dog Days" on TSOYA, with Demetri Martin and H. Jon Benjamin (MP3)

Also:
Kieth Huang talks about Demetri Martin's newest one-man show on The Apiary

Via Dead-Frog