A novel-based film feature is being developed by Adam Levite and Jon Kesselman under the title of "Beemer."
Another novel-based movie is about to hit Hollywood as video director Adam Levite has teamed up with "The Hebrew Hammer" writer-director Jon Kesselman to make a big screen version of a Glenn Gaslin's novel, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.
Entitled "Beemer" like the book's title, the project is likely to stay true to the novel's story which takes focus on Beemer Minutia, a young man with big ideas who is pushed to join an ad agency by his girlfriend to then enter the "real life." Within short time, he discovers life to be stranger than he imagined as he bumps into various, strange groups of domestic terrorists, a boy band comprised of eunuchs, and a crafty teen nemesis.
Levite has optioned the book to then pen the script with Kesselman. The man previously had been one of the directors of "Warp Vision: The Videos 1989-2004" who tackled music video "Mutescreamer."