Amazon wins production rights to the FTX-themed series over Apple and Netflix, and this series would be aired live soon.
According to the Hollywood news site Deadline, a series would depict the catastrophe that went down during the FTX crash.
An FTX Themed Series
With regard to the rights to this limited series, the Amazon studio engaged in a bidding combat with streaming services like Apple and Netflix.
According to reports, this Amazon studio would base the program on a forthcoming Michael Lewis novel.
Michael Lewis is known for incorporating the turmoil of the business world into his fictional writings. Popular works by him include MoneyBall, Big Short, and other titles.
The public was informed by Deadline that this series will be split up into an eight-part limited series.
Additionally, there are rumors that the filmmakers who oversaw the production of “Avengers” may take an active role in the development of this series. The pilot for the film will be written by Citadel’s David Well. The crew has not yet made the complete film and production details public.
According to Deadline, the Apple studio came extremely close to contracting seven figures with Michael Lewis and was also close to winning the bid for the movie production rights.
Amazon, however, won the deal outright over all other offers.
With its streaming service, Amazon Prime is attempting to establish a greater presence in the film and entertainment industries. Despite the company’s previous success in film production, there is still a long way to go before it becomes well-known and the preferred option.
The platform may acquire a lot of traction and get a lift from this impending FTX customized series, which would increase interaction and engagement on the Amazon site.
SBF Cooperates With Authorities
This FTX issue has been going on in the crypto space for a while now, and even those outside the industry are aware of the crash of former CEO Sam Bankman Fried (SBF) exchange FTX.
SBF cooperated with regulators and lawmakers when he testified and pleaded guilty to the offences he was charged with; he has also reportedly done a lot of good in the space, donating millions to the United States democratic election and paying celebrities to hype up trading venues. However, his reign was cut short when he was accused of running one of the largest Ponzi schemes in the crypto space.
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