Actress Mila Kunis has plans to launch a new series of NFTs, as declared on Conan O’Brien’s late night talk show this week.
On “Conan,” Kunis uncovered that she is engaged with a web series called “Stoner Cats” that will launch in the coming weeks.
Clients will actually want to buy Stoner Cats NFTs and afterward utilize those tokens to get to the comedy cartoon online. Every episode will be about five minutes in length. Purchases of the token will likewise go toward funding future episodes of the series.
The project’s website depicts the series as “an adult animated series centered on five house cats [who] repeatedly save their beloved owner, Ms. Stoner. Pretty, wild huh?”
The series is produced by Kunis’ production organization, Orchard Farm. The NFTs were made by Big Head Club, a crypto firm run by Mack Flavelle (CryptoKitties) and Jonathan Howard (CryptoPoops).
The full cast and group behind the series has not yet been reported. Nonetheless, Kunis recommended that a few animators engaged with the project have associations with “Toy Story 2,” “Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse,” and “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
The concept behind the series appears to draw on the accomplishment of CryptoKitties, which were first released in 2017 are as yet the most remarkable NFTs. Nonetheless, not at all like Stoner Cats, CryptoKitties don’t accompany any extra media connected.
Kunis stated that she decided to work with NFTs on the grounds that she “felt like it was a very masculine area.” She added that she “deep dived into it … with two incredibly smart women that know everything about it.”
Recently, Kunis stated that she started to utilize cryptographic money at the idea of her husband, Ashton Kutcher, in spite of having initial doubts about the capability of Bitcoin several years ago.
Kunis is most popular for her roles on “That ’70s Show” and “Family Guy.” She will likewise voice one of the characters on Stoner Cats.
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