New NFT project focuses on 100 years of Hollywood.

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July 20, 2022

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"Star Wars" Mogies.
"Star Wars" Mogies.Mogul Pictures

From the animators that brought “The Simpsons” series, “The Simpsons Movie” and VR attractions at Universal Studios Japan, comes the first NFT animated series. 

Mogul Productions, a film studio focused on NFTs and Web3, has announced the launch of “The Mogies,” a collection of 1,923 NFTs inspired by the last 100 years of Hollywood characters and personalities leading into the upcoming animated series and Mogieland metaverse.  

1,923 original, handcrafted CGI NFTs were made in partnership with the animators of the Simpsons and are part of the upcoming NFT animated series, “Mogies.” They were designed as a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Hollywood sign being erected. 

Mogieland is where movies meet blockchain, a metaverse inspired by the traditional landmarks of Hollywood Boulevard and the Hollywood Hills. The metaverse breaks geographical barriers to access exclusive events and takes them global, into a universe where brands, fans, movies and celebrities can interact. 

‍Within the Mogieland metaverse, Mogie NFT holders will be able to attend red carpet events, own land, buy other NFTs and more. 

Mogie NFT owners will get the ability to participate in the animation series development. In the private Discord channel, Mogie owners can be part of the animated filmmaking process in partnership with the animators of the Simpsons. They can make suggestions about the series and have direct input to the creators. 

Once the Mogies animated series airs, the studio version of the pilot will be transformed into an exclusive NFT and sent out to all Mogie holders. The owners of the Hollywood-inspired character NFTs will also have the IP rights to these characters forever.   

Once all 1,923 Mogies have been distributed, buyers will be able to see which of their Mogies they received. 

Mogies were designed by Erick Tran and his team at CHAVVO Studios.  

“Mogieland is an homage to Hollywood, to our favorite characters, actors and movies that have made us,” says Erick Tran, founder and producer, Chavvo Studios, who helped design the Mogies. “Mogul is set out to make this the very first NFT animated series and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with them. Mogul has given us creative freedom to develop something original and special in this space. It’s great to see Mogul supporting creators and the animation community like very few others have. We are committed to this project and the NFT community. As an NFT producer we want to be a major player in the NFT space. Working with Mogul, I can see that really coming to fruition.”   

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