Nobody wants to miss the opportunity to cash in on the crypto phenomenon. Academicians wants Blockchain University, Banks wants to utilize the Blockchain to increase their inner workings and trade companies wants to improve the supply chain dynamics.
Looks like Hollywood is not too behind. The pop culture and bitcoin connection have already been explored by yours very in earlier article. Music industry was fast to cash in but the acting industry was lagging.
Now the Hollywood Reporter claims that first movies based on cryptocurrencies will be launched this year.
The script of the movie is still not very clear. But a portion of it will focus on the laundering of virtual currencies. The grapevine of LA is rife with the inclusion of heavy hitters in the project. The lead role is going to Beau Knapp of Seven Seconds and Alexis Bledel from Gilmore Girls.
The supportive cast is said to be include actors form Westworld and Mad Men. The movie is produced by Jordan Levine. He said, “Cryptocurrency has captured the attention and imagination of consumers and entrepreneurs all over the world but has never been explored in film in such a nuanced and exciting way”.
The background of the movie is upstate New York. The vibe of the project is of Indie genre. It will involve how a law enforcement officer will deal with the money laundering network of corruption in upstate New York. The lead actor is playing a mysterious art thief.
The movie director John Stalberg Jr. called the script very timely. He said he is enthusiastic about the filming. The earlier focus on the crypto rush in entertainment industry was from the perspective of documentaries only.
The documentaries are informative but they lack the mass appeal of the cinema. The wider audiences of the movie going folks thus remain aloof from the documentary’s reach.
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