Amazon will collaborate with David Weil and the Russo brothers to produce a TV series based upon the downfall of FTX.

  

Apple is also working on a movie based on Sam Bankman-Fried’s activities in the lead up to FTX’s implosion. Apple is also developing a movie based upon Sam Bankman-Fried’s activities during the period leading up to FTX’s collapse. The eight-part series will be produced by streaming giant Amazon and Joseph Russo (also known as the Russo Brothers).
Amazon will start production in spring 2023
Variety reports that the streaming company has partnered with AGBO, the production firm of the Russo brothers, who are well-known for their involvement in several Marvel movies. David Weil will be the executive producer and also the writer of the pilot. The show will begin production in spring 2023. It will be based on “insider reports” from journalists who covered the collapse of the once-world’s second-largest cryptocurrency exchange.
This is one of most outrageous frauds ever committed. It crosses many sectors, including politics, celebrity, academia, tech and criminality. The mysterious and potentially dangerous figure at the heart of it all is an extremely complex figure. “We want to understand why,” the Russo brothers stated.
Amazon is reportedly looking to hire the duo to also direct the series.
Apple is close to a deal for book rights on SBF & FTX
Apple, a fellow streaming company, is also interested in a piece of FTX. Deadline reports that Apple is close to closing a deal to acquire the book rights to Michael Lewis’ story on the fall of Sam Bankman Fried and his crypto empire.
Michael Lewis is well-known for his many books, which were adapted into movies like Moneyball or The Big Short. Lewis had been following Bankman Fried for six months before the collapse of his exchange, which took down many companies. According to reports, the deal is in the mid-seven figure range and will likely be made into a feature movie.