Anthony and Joe Russo’s AGBO production company is attached to produce the show, and the brothers are reportedly considering coming on to direct multiple episodes. Variety reports Amazon has tapped Invasion Dave Weil, co-creator of the show, will executive produce the eight episodes currently unnamed miniseries This article details the co-founding of Bankman-Fried FTXHe then led the company into a liquidity crisis which eventually resulted in his dismissal. While no showrunners or casting announcements have been made yet, Amazon is said to be eyeing a number of actors the Russos worked with during their stint directing Marvel’s blockbusters like Avengers: Infinity War

It’s not clear what the Russo Brothers might bring to a story about Sam Bankman-Fried

Since then, Avengers: Endgame’s 2019 release, the Russos have largely focused on relatively smaller projects at AGBO like Netflix’s The Gray Man Starring Chris Evans, Apple TV Plus’ Cherry starring Tom Holland, and The Daniels’ All You Need at Once. A drama about a group of young people riding the crypto train right up to and over the edge of a cliff sounds very much like the sort of project that AGBO might be into, but it isn’t immediately clear what the Russos — who are best known for their action and superhero movies — might bring to this story.

Jennifer Salke, CEO of Amazon Studios, said that Weil and the Russos were the perfect partners in the series. “to bring this multifaceted story to our global Prime Video audience,” And the Russos commented on how bad the mess was FTX It is ready for dramatization.

“It crosses many sectors—celebrity, politics, academia, tech, criminality, sex, drugs, and the future of modern finance,” According to the Russos “At the center of it all sits an extremely mysterious figure with complex and potentially dangerous motivations. We want to understand why.”

According to Variety, specific details for the show’s story are being sourced from “‘insider reporting’ by a number of journalists,” but Amazon has not disclosed which journalists or newsrooms it’s pulling from. Amazon is said to be aiming for production to begin next spring, although there are no further details.