Popular comedian Kevin Smith, known to Russian viewers for the comedy “Jay and the Silent Bob”, will sell his horror film Killroy Was Here in NFT format. The owner of the painting will be able to sell it, take money for its distribution, or simply “put” it into a collection and not show it to anyone.
As an independent artist, I am always looking for a new platform through which to tell stories. And the crypt has potential and also intersects with our nearly 25 years of experience selling collectibles in the real world online.
Whoever buys a movie can get paid for it, or simply own a movie that no one will ever see. We are not trying to raise funding by selling NFTs. Killroy Was Here is NFT. And if it works, we suddenly have a new stage in which I and other, better artists than I can tell our stories.
Kevin is also launching an NFT store within the site about Jay and Silent Bob, where those who wish can buy various digital items: drawings, videos, and more. This will allow the artist community to develop better.
In general, Kevin’s idea is quite interesting, many wealthy people will want to get films or even audio albums of famous authors or groups in their collections. For example, in 2015, the Wu-Tang Clan sold the album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin for $ 5 million at an auction.