Leaked Venom Trailer: Blockchain in Hollywood?

Unless you’ve been living off the grid for the past couple of months, then you’ve probably heard of the leaked Venom trailer. The film, starring Tom Hardy, is hyped beyond belief amongst Marvel fans. But now that the trailer is out, we get a real glimpse into the potential of this Anti-hero movie. On top of that, it brings up a new concept regarding blockchain in Hollywood.

LEAKED VENOM TRAILER TELLS NEW SAGA; BLOCKCHAIN IN HOLLYWOOD?

With The Avengers saga finally coming to a close, Marvel fans are looking for new things to latch on to. With the popularity of Deadpool, it looks like the new trend is that of the anti-hero. If the Leaked Venom trailer was any evidence, people are extremely excited about this unique adaptation of Spiderman’s arch nemesis. The world is sick of the shining, invincible hero that always wins. It’s now the time for darkness. A time for pain and suffering. This is the new world we live in.

LEAKED VENOM TRAILER AND BLOCKCHAIN IN HOLLYWOOD

It’s been a rough couple of years for Hollywood. The #Metoo movement really did a number on Hollywood’s biggest sex offenders. It’s a dark time and if anything represents this darkness, it’s the leaked Venom trailer. The film tells a story of betrayal, of mental illness and above all, pure evil. The current state of America follows a similar trajectory. Hence, this is the perfect time for blockchain in Hollywood. Think about it. Blockchain in Hollywood would mean more transparency, more efficiency and more opportunities for young creators to truly shine. It’s a great idea but will it ever happen?

BLOCKCHAIN IN HOLLYWOOD COMING SOON; LEAKED VENOM TRAILER

Aside from its dark message, the Leaked Venom trailer brings up the issue of piracy. If Hollywood adapts blockchain, they could effectively put an end to piracy. Using P2P exchanges and payment systems like Kelvin, Hollywood could identify their buyers and sellers while also improving intellectual property rights. Some people are laughing. However, it’s the technology Hollywood needs to improve their image.

Comments

comments