American filmmaker, actor, and author Kevin Smith has shared further details about his new horror film KillRoy Was Here, which is set to be the first film ever released as an NFT.
Directed and based on a co-written script by Smith and Andy McElfresh, the horror anthology depicts a creature that kills evil adults on behalf of their traumatized children victims. Jordan Monsanto and David Shapiro co-produced the film with Smith.
KillRoy Was Here will be released as an NFT that features behind-the-scenes material, exclusive content from the film, and a commentary track (per Deadline).
In partnership with entertainment NFT platform Semkhor and Curio, the entire package will be released as a 5,555-piece generative art NFT collection on Secret Network’s Legendao.
Buyers of the KillRoy Was Here NFT are also investing in the film’s narrative and future anthology tales, in addition to the unique content.
“When you buy the KillRoy NFT, you get exclusive access to the movie,” Smith said in a statement. “But more importantly, the specific version of KillRoy you get is YOUR KillRoy to do with whatever you want: Make your own movie, turn it into a cartoon, license him for lunchboxes!”