The NFT community Own the Doge and the PleasrDAO project, which bought the rights to the DOGE meme for $4 million. Now they involve Hollywood producers and streaming companies to promote the story of the dog Kabosu, the symbol of a Dogecoin coin
Proponents of Dogecoin (DOGE) have made a “documenal” film about the meme cryptocurrency, writes Decrypt. The NFT community Own the Doge and the PleasrDAO project, which bought the rights to the image of the DOGE meme for $4 million in 2021. They created and financed an as yet untitled feature film. It is about the transformation of an abandoned Shiba Inu puppy, nicknamed Kabosu, into a Dogecoin cryptocurrency symbol.
The film was directed by John Lynn and is currently in production. Despite the initially niche nature of the project, its creators hope to extend it to a mass audience. And are on the lookout for new partners to promote this film.
At this point, according to one of the producers of the film under the pseudonym of tridog. This project has secured the support of Jim Toth, a former Hollywood casting agent. He is also the producer and ex-husband of actress Reese Witherspoon. Also, according to tridog, they were joined by “Feels Good Man” documentary director Arthur Jones and producer Evan Rosenfeld.
The creative team behind the film is also trying to attract major film distributors. For example the streaming platforms Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime Video. The filmmakers believe they can offer these companies an asset. Which may be of interest to them, namely the audience interested in the success of the project.
Our experts say that Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency, which is one of the top ten largest digital assets by market capitalization, with an indicator of $11.7 billion. We think all Dogecoin followers would love to see this movie.
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