HBO has inked a deal to make a series based on the GameStop trading saga that shook Wall Road final week, in accordance to a report Friday.
The WarnerMedia-owned community is already creating a scripted present about how a gaggle of rookie buyers surprised the monetary world by boosting shares of the online game retailer’s inventory in defiance of main hedge funds, in accordance to Deadline.
The series will discover, “how a populist rebellion of social media day merchants beat Wall Road at their very own sport, turning the inventory market the other way up and shaking the monetary world to its core,” in accordance to a abstract of the present.
Jason Blum, who produced movies comparable to “Paranormal Exercise” and “The Purge,” has reportedly signed onto the mission together with former HBO president Len Amato.
The deal comes after MGM studios not too long ago snapped up the rights to a guide proposal concerning the WallStreetBets Reddit discussion board, the place the GameStop plot was hatched, tentatively titled “The Delinquent Community.”
Jamie Rogozinski, the founding father of WallStreetBets, additionally not too long ago offered his life story to RatPac Leisure, the film agency behind “Marvel Girl” and “Aquaman,” in accordance to Deadline.