Netflix Producer Wants to Create a “Real”, Entertaining Bitcoin-Centric Crypto Movie for All Audiences


  • Producer Kyle Tekiela of Netflix believes that he can make the cryptocurrency movie that the community deserves.
  • Twitter user Defrost, as well as Demetrius Shipp Jr., have already expressed interest in participating.

Mainstream knowledge of cryptocurrency is highly inaccurate, primarily amongst people who are not directly involved in it. A lot of these perpetuated stereotypes and wrong details come back to the media, just like any other industry.

Considering how many people based their knowledge off of the entertainment industry, creating a movie with the truth behind the lies of cryptocurrency could be an easy way to spread information, as one producer from Netflix sees it.

The producer is responsible for the hit “Mudbound,” and he goes by the name Common Enemy as his Twitter handle, but his real name is Kyle Tekiela. Tekiela is featured on Netflix’s website as a “five-time Emmy award winner and co-founder of Common Enemy,” so it looks like, if nothing else, he has the entertainment experience to pull this off.

Posting on Twitter, Tekiela asked his followers if they would support the work that he would put into the movie with donations involving Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum.

There are plenty proponents of cryptocurrency that would want a movie made about cryptocurrency, especially after the release of “Crypto.”

During this Kurt Russell movie, the community heavily criticized the fact that people without an understanding of cryptocurrency ultimately produced the film. Having a passion for cryptocurrency is a must, and Tekiela has what it takes.

After tweeting about this opportunity, a user named Defrost, as well as Demetrius Shipp Jr., both commented that they are interested.

Despite the fact that another Bitcoin movie being produced is getting some positive attention, there are some people in the market that don’t necessarily agree.

Another Twitter user pointed out the bad quality of the crypto movies that have already been created, saying that a better option for consumers would just be to purchase the token.

https://twitter.com/BoilingPointLTC/status/1129731801604337665

Many people of Crypto Twitter seem to be in support of the idea of the crypto movie. However, calling for donations could deter a lot of people.

Common Enemy pointed out that every person would be paid in cryptocurrency, keeping “a total crypto ecosystem from top to bottom.” There would be no donations that are ultimately transferred into fiat currency.

The Crypto movie with Russell, released last month, essentially bashed cryptocurrency for the entire movie. The lack of understanding of Bitcoin made it impossible for true investors to see this movie as anything but jabs against the industry as a whole, making it a disappointing film overall.

The plot followed various individuals as they exploited the market and the economy of the entire world, using cryptocurrency to do it. Comments about the movie say that it insulted the market, and that Hollywood was clearly trying to use fear as a catalyst to keep people out of the industry.

Take a look at this video to see one person’s take on the movie. The 18-minute long video shows various clips of the movie without spoilers, discussing the plot that “wasn’t really about cryptocurrencies.” The movie reviewer said that the movie should be “more about crypto,” if the intent was to discuss the industry, but the film falls drastically short.

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