Entourage Actor and Blockchain Advocates Begin Pre Production of Cryptos

Digital money fans will be intrigued to hear about a new television series called a series that’s currently being directed by the Hollywood actor Kevin Connolly, Cryptos. The story follows a young startup seeking to launch a cryptocurrency-fueled entertainment platform. The series will feature Kevin Connolly, who is famous for his role as Eric E Murphy in Entouragebetcoin rating Connolly has agreed to direct the cryptocurrency-focused show’s episodes.

The cofounders of the Academy School of Blockchain, Jason King and Erik Sords, will also be co-producing the show and bitcoin casino that payout in prizes. King is famous for helping start the homeless shelter Sean’s Outpost an initiative that’s been driven by donations, in Pensacola. News.Bitcoin.com spoke with King about the show and he explained how he got involved.

« The series has been produced by American Cinema International and we are currently in pre-production at the moment, » King told news.Bitcoin.com. « I came on board about six months ago after studying the pilot and that I helped develop the story architecture for the first season — We expect to start filming in May. »

Kevin Connolly is an actor and director known for its HBO series Entourage (2004), Entourage (2015), and the film The Notebook (2004).

Producers Hope to Bring Cryptocurrencies into the Mainstream While Providing a Robust Storyline of Relationships and Friendships

Meanwhile, in real life Erik Sords is in the middle of creating a »decentralized global studio » known as Dionysia in L.A.. The »Cryptos » show reflects how hard it is to fund films, forcing the group of buddies to finance a project using digital currencies to be able to make a peer-to-peer film studio, much like the Dionysia concept. In a recent interview, the show’s celebrity and director Connolly thinks people are fearful to emphasise cryptocurrencies due to »a lack of comprehension. » « People like myself are still studying, but the curiosity is there, » Connolly added.

The Entourage series actor continued:

[Sords and King] wish to bring cryptocurrencies into the mainstream for the greater of cryptocurrency and I’m just the filmmaker interested in telling cool stories and exploring cool characters — For me, it’s about relationships and friendships — That’s what people tune in to see.

Connolly also highlighted that what he enjoyed most about the written pilot was that it involved a motley team of down and out celebrities that say »screw the institution » and try to take on the entire Hollywood system. The TNABC occasion was the first time the team had revealed the television show to the public when the show launch was announced by Connolly and the idea was welcomed by the audience with applause. The film’s creators are planning to produce a total of 10 episodes for the season. Moreover, the producers are hoping the show will be picked up by major streaming platforms like Amazon Prime and NetflixBetChain app src= »https://www.youtube.com/embed/T1wNBtA0yVc?feature=oembed » allow= »accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture » allowfullscreen= » » frameborder= »0″ height= »392″ width= »696″>

What do you consider the Cryptos television show concept? Can you watch a TV series about actors and cryptocurrencies trying to take on Hollywood? Let us know what you think about this topic in the comments section below.

Picture credits: Cryptos the TV Show site, Imdb, and Pixabay. 

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