The FTX miniseries is going to be about some of the “most brazen frauds ever committed.”

The Russo brothers have said that FTX is a very dishonest company and they want to make a miniseries.

FTX miniseries

A new TV series about a crypto exchange that went bankrupt is going to start production soon.

The company Amazon has bought the rights to the series, and it will be on Amazon Prime streaming service.

The article is based on information from journalists who know about FTX and its founder Sam Bankman-Fried.

The Russo brothers are popular for directing Avengers: Endgame and other Marvel movies, have reportedly selling an idea to Amazon and are scheduling to direct a mini-series.

There are not many details about what the series will be about, what it will be based on.

What is happening with the exchange “is one of the most brazen frauds ever,” and opined on Bankman-Fried:

“At the center of it all sits an extremely mysterious figure with complex and potentially dangerous motivations. We want to understand why.”

Amazon is planning to start production on a new FTX miniseries based on the Marvel universe as early as March 2023.

While we don’t know yet who will be playing the main characters, the Russos are in talks with some of the actors they’ve used to work with before on Marvel projects.

Some people on Twitter have been joking that FTX, a cryptocurrency trading platform, should inspire movies like The Big Short and the Wolf of Wall Street.

Some people have even gone so far as to suggest who should play the different characters, like Sam Bankman-Fried, Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison, and Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao.

Somebody on Twitter suggested that there should be a movie about FTX, and they picked Jonah Hill from the Wolf of Wall Street to play one of the characters. Another character would be playing by Jimmy O. Yang, who is a comedian.

Another user created a promotional poster for the film The Wolf of Effective Altruism, which is a spoof of The Wolf of Wall Street. The poster makes fun of Bankman-Fried’s philosophical stance of wanting to help others.
— Hanal Capital (@chillhanachill) November 13, 2022

Some people in Hollywood are interested in making movies or shows about famous cryptocurrency exchanges is a fail.

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Author Michael Lewis is looking to sell the rights to a story about FTX, a financial company that he spent six months with before it collapsed.

Apple is reportedly the front-runner for the rights to create a film for its video-streaming service Apple TV Plus. This means that it is ahead of competitors Amazon and Netflix.

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