Exclusive: Filmmaker Kevin Smith (Clerk) And its producers Jordan Monsanto of SmodCo and David Shapiro of Semkhor have partnered with Legend of the Secret Network to launch their horror anthology NFT, KillRoy was here. Smith’s film will be the first in the history of release in this format, expanding the possibilities of what NFTs can offer in the fast-growing entertainment business.
The film, directed by Smith, is a throwback anthology horror film from his and Andy McLefresh’s script, featuring an animal that kills evil adults at the behest of child victims. The exclusive content of the film, including the movie, behind-the-scenes footage and a commentary track-secret network’s primary NFT minting platform, will be launched at Legendau as a 5,555-piece generative art NFT collection, collaborating with Semkhor and Knorr for BN Platform, to create it KillRoy was here Collection
The NFT release is based on a January collaboration with SCRT Labs’ Tarantino NFT filmmaker Quentin Tarantino. Its buyers KillRoy was here NFT will have exclusive ownership of a form of KillRoy art and other aforementioned content in the vicinity of the film, as well as access to viewing images, which will be unavailable to anyone except the special “crypto key” provided by NFT. More uniquely, Kilroy gives NFT art collectors the opportunity to be artistic collaborators in creating film sequels.
“When you buy Kilroy NFT, you get exclusive access to the movie. But more importantly, the specific version of Kilroy you get is your Kilroy to do whatever you want: make your own movie, turn it into a cartoon, license it for Lunchbox! ” Smith says. “We started the story, now you can continue with our own version of the title character! And with a brand new chapter I’ll be shooting next year, the shorts and animations that KillRoy NFT owners will create with their own KillRoy’s will make up the bulk of our sequel anthology. KillRoy offers an exciting and unique opportunity to go from NFT art collectors to collaborators! ”
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“This release was made possible by the Secret Network’s Legend and NFT technology, which ensures that NFT content can only be accessed by the owner himself,” said Guy Jaiskind, CEO of SCRT Labs, which empowers Legendo and the Secret Network. “It opens the door to distributing all kinds of digital content as NFTs: movies, TV shows, music – anything – can be reshaped for Web3.”
The Legendo platform of the Secret Network is building its legacy as a hub for high-quality NFT drops and a trailblazer in the industry. Top-level artists, brands and manufacturers can launch their own NFT projects in Legendao, using the secret network’s new data-privacy technology through NFT, so that only their owners can decrypt their content and, if they choose, Sharing with others. This combination of public and private metadata will revolutionize the future of NFT for manufacturers and owners alike.
“Digital sharing and streaming have undoubtedly revolutionized the entertainment industry, but they have also caused piracy problems and profit and loss for producers,” Jaiskind added. “Through partnerships like ours with Smith and Tarantino, Legenda can work with developers to develop projects they can share without losing ownership. It’s clear that NFT is the future of digital content distribution – giving manufacturers more control over their work and closer connectivity with their fanbase. “
Smith’s NFT launch will be held on the Legendao platform in the second quarter of this year. More information on the project can be found here. Smith is represented by Artist First, Mosaic, WME and John Slus, attorney for Slough One House Dusty Haynes Loco; Manager Andrew D. McLefresh by Tennenbaum.