IAMA Prufrock451, whose Reddit story "Rome Sweet Rome" became a Warner Brothers screenplay
Been gone from Reddit a long time. Will be back in the near future, but stopping in to say hi and answer questions.
EDIT AGAIN: And to expand, a year ago I wrote a story on Reddit that exploded. Within two weeks I got a contract from Warner Brothers to write a screenplay based on it. A link to the story is in the top post.
FINAL EDIT: This was AWESOME. I've got to shut 'er down now, but I really appreciated the questions. Thanks, everybody. I'll be back around shortly.
DOUBLE FINAL EDIT: Like a tool, I forgot to thank and recommend the fine folks at r/RomeSweetRome. Incredible fan art, trailers, soundtrack music... all kinds of great stuff. Check out the community.