It was inescapable that this would occur—the GameStop/Reddit stock adventure is presently headed to turning into a film.
As indicated by Deadline, film studio MGM has purchased the rights to a book proposition composed by Ben Mezrich, called The Antisocial Network. In the event that that sounds terribly recognizable, Mezrich was the pen behind Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, a Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal, which was adjusted in the far less tedious film The Social Network.
In spite of the Redditor versus Wall Street meat just breaking into public cognizance in the course of the most recent few weeks, Mezrich clearly as of now had his proposition available before a week ago’s over, with MGM eating up the film rights on Friday.
Cutoff time likewise says it’s heard that Netflix is looking at making a GameStop stock film, as well.
On the off chance that you some way or another figured out how to miss the whole thing, which is as yet continuous, GameStop’s stocks went from just shy of $20 an offer to an incredible $469 at its pinnacle, generally because of subreddit WallStreetBets. The circumstance created a scene among flexible investments supervisors who were shorting the stock and an aggregate acknowledgment that no one truly sees how the securities exchange functions.
While the entire difficulty has subsided to some degree, it’s a long way from being done. You can look at what occurred here, alongside some accommodating tweets that clarify how the securities exchange and short crushes work.