MINT DATE FOR “LIL’ HEROES” NFT COLLECTION FROM EXILE CONTENT STUDIO, ARTIST EDGAR PLANS AND CURATIBLE IS THIS SUNDAY, JANUARY 16 | News

LOS ANGELES – (BUSINESS WIRE) – January 13, 2022–

The release date for Exile Content Studio’s “Lil’ Heroes” NFT collection, from artists Edgar Plan and Curatible, is this Sunday, January 16, Daniel Eilemberg, president of content for Exile, announced today. The “Lil’ Heroes” collection of 7,777 NFTs is, according to industry site MintyScore, one of the “five best upcoming NFT collections”, and the “Lil’ Heroes” Discord community has grown in just 15 days for more than 120,000 members, which places it in the top 10 communities based on the number of members.

Eilemberg said, “We, along with our partners Edgar Plans and Curatible, are thrilled with the tremendous excitement our launch of the NFT ‘Lil’ Heroes’ collection has generated in such a short time, as well as the overwhelmingly positive reaction we’ve gotten from the NFT community.

Members of the “Lil’ Heroes” Discord community include celebrities, including award-winning international music artist J Balvin, who is one of the first collectors to own a unique “Lil’ Heroes” NFT, which Edgar Plans has custom designed for music icon. .

“I’ve been a lifelong fan of Edgar’s art and a friend of Exile,” said J Balvin, adding “I’m thrilled to support their entry into the NFT space and the Lil’ Heroes community.”

Fifty unique “one-on-one” NFTs will be created based on the greatest heroes of all time, remarkable people who went above and beyond to make the world a better place.

The “Lil’ Heroes” collector community will have exclusive access to upcoming series events, custom merchandise, and previews.

ABOUT THE “LIL’ HEROES” ENTERTAINMENT FRANCHISE

The Lil’ Heroes entertainment franchise, from Exile Content Studio, Artist Edgar Plans and Curatible, will have multiple components, including an animated television series, virtual metaverse experience, consumer products and publishing. Lil’ Heroes is a new way to build an engaged community around an entertainment franchise, while rewarding early fans with real value and ownership. Building this franchise not just for, but with the community is a new way of thinking about the relationship between a studio and its audience, one one Exile is excited to explore.

ABOUT EXILE CONTENT STUDIO

Exile Content Studio creates content in Spanish and English for global audiences across multiple platforms: TV, film, audio and digital. He recently co-produced Todo Va A Estar Bien with Diego Luna as showrunner for Netflix and the documentary series Un Sueño Real, about the Real Madrid women’s football team for HBO with journalist Ana Pastor. Exile’s team has led content for the world’s largest Spanish-language media companies, with responsibility for film studio, OTT, broadcast and cable networks, music, news and digital . Their current roster includes Oscar winners and talent across all genres and formats. The studio doesn’t just understand global trends, it shares and creates a culture with content that generates buzz and breaks the noise. To stay up to date with Exile’s upcoming projects, follow us on @ExileContent.

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