The Winklevoss twins are bringing Bitcoin Billionaires to the silver screen along with former Warner Bros. president Greg Silverman.
Stampede Ventures — a production company owned by ex-Warner Bros. president Greg Silverman — has partnered with Cameron and Tyler Winkelvoss to produce a movie featuring the brothers’ story as portrayed in the best-selling book Bitcoin Billionaires.
According to the report published on Deadline, Silverman will be co-producing the movie along with Jon Berg, known for his work with superhero blockbusters such as Wonder Woman and Aquaman. Bitcoin Billionaires was written by the American author Ben Mezrich in 2019 after the Winklevoss twins became crypto billionaires.
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