CRYPTO Movie Trailer

CRYPTO Movie Trailer, Starring Globally Recognized Hollywood Actors, Goes Live

The official trailer of a cyber-thriller movie, CRYPTO, has been uploaded by Rapid Trailer on Monday. The movie stars some of the globally recognized Hollywood actors and actresses including Kurt Russell, Beau Knapp, Luke Hemsworth, and Alexis Bledel.

The dramatic trailer of the movie is about Bitcoin, Guns, and Russian Hackers that portrays the story of an outcast Wall Street banker who tries and succeeds in connecting a rural art gallery to a global conspiracy that involves Russian mafia.

As indicated by CRYPTO’s IMDb page, the movie is produced by Yale Productions, Dynasty Pictures, and BondIt Media Capital, and directed by John Stalberg Jr. Written by Carlyle Eubank and David Frigerio, the film is based on an original story of Jeffrey Ingber.

CRYPTO is set to hit the screens on April 12 in some selected US theatres. As per the ending of the trailer, the film will be made available through certain on-demand movie platforms.

The CRYPTO trailer can be watched here:

The film CRYPTO made headlines in July 2018 when The Hollywood Reporter reported exclusively that Clay Epstein’s Film Mode Entertainment landed a “number of deals” in relation to the movie; adding “Feel Good Entertainment for Greece, Eagle Films for the Middle East and Fox Asia for Pan Asia.”

The CRYPTO release marks one of many crypto-centric productions preparing to hit both the big and the small screens this year. Sure, Entourage star actor Kevin Connolly made a stir earlier this year at Miami’s North American Bitcoin Conference; making the announcement of his involvement with Cryptos, a comedic drama anticipated to launch on prime-time television by the end of 2019.

Also, May 2018 saw Beyond Bitcoin, which is a documentary about the dynamic and fast-moving cryptocurrency, to be acquired by Slate Entertainment Group subsidiary, Binge, a blockchain-focused, video-on-demand platform, for an unrevealed seven-figure sum. Beyond Bitcoin is focused on the insights shared by each of Roger Ver, Perianne Boring, and Ryan Radloff.