The creator of Love, Death & Robots develops a Web3 series
Phil Gelatt, an Emmy Award-winning director of Love, Death & Robots, will partner with Anonymous Content and OP3N to produce a Web3 TV series and game. Both will come out this summer under the name “Ghosts of the Deep.”
Anonymous Content is a private global media company with offices in Culver City, New York City, and London. It produced such series as Mr. Robot, True Detective, and 13 Reasons Why.
Phil Gelatt and Anonymous Content aim to develop an ecosystem that would be backed by NFT holders. NFT development platform OP3N will provide blockchain infrastructure for the integration of NFTs in the game and the series. Fans will have an opportunity to purchase the series’ NFTs, which will give them access to the GOTD community and experiences.
Phil Gelatt is not new to NFT integrations. Previously he “hid” 9 NFT QR codes in the third season of Love, Death & Robots. By the way, only 5 of them have been discovered to date.
“As a writer, I’m always looking for fresh and imaginative ways to tell stories and build worlds. The newness of Web3 and the uncertainty about how it will evolve make it massively exciting as a means to do just those things,” said the producer.
Developers Zac Ryder, Adam Grovers, and Eric Stern from Anonymous Content will join Gelatt for the production of “Ghosts of the Deep.”
GOTD is not the first case of Web3 movie production. Previously Versus, Decentraland, and Lumiere announced the creation of an NFT collection to finance “The Infinite Machine,” a film about Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin.
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