Cinema is already interested in the GameStop shares case

Culture news Cinema is already interested in the GameStop shares case

Updated by MalloDelic, on February 01, 2021 at 10:04:52 PM

Deadline says Netflix is ​​also taking a keen interest in the subject. According to information from the site, the writing could be entrusted to Mark Boal, the writer of “Detroit” and “Triple Frontier”. It could also be that actor Noah Centineo plays an important role in the project.

In recent days, the story that agitates the Internet is that of small investors from Reddit, having made the sellers of short stocks bend against the company GameStop. A visibly very inspiring story, since it is already of interest to American cinema.

As reported by our colleagues fromIGN, the site Deadline indicates that MGM, which owns the rights to adapt James Bond, would have bought the rights to a book proposal. This work would be called The Antisocial Network, would be written by Ben Mezrich of the New York Times, and should tell this incredible story around GameStop. If the title of the book means something to you, that’s okay, since Ben Mezrich is the author of The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, a Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal, adapted for cinema under the name of The Social Network.

According to information gathered by Deadline, the project will bring together Ben Mezrich and Michael DeLuca, who have already collaborated on the aforementioned film. If you’ve heard about this but don’t understand its ins and outs, Alvin recently posted a full article on the site., which you can find below, as well as a explanatory video, visible above. In any case, this affair, which is still ongoing pending a reaction from financial and government authorities, already seems to inspire many people.

Through MalloDelic, Journalist


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