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Tyler “Ninja” Blevins Focusing on Hollywood

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After the shutdown of Mixer last month, everyone has been wondering where popular streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins would continue his superstar career.

Now, it appears that Ninja has his sights set on a career in Hollywood.

Ninja is set to appear in the upcoming Ryan Reynolds movie ‘Free Guy’ that is slated to hit theaters this December, but Ninja sees it as just the beginning.

“They were like, ‘You were amazing, you’re a natural,’” Ninja said, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

“I kept telling Jess, they’re just gassing me up, saying that so I don’t think I suck. But we’re being told that it’s not gas, so I hope it’s amazing.”

Ninja is currently in negotiations as to where he will bring his streaming brand next, with Twitch and YouTube both in the mix.

Ninja’s management firm says that they are looking at all of his options, including “the ability to create content that expands beyond livestreaming through TV, film and other entertainment opportunities.”

However despite his aspirations for a bigger career in Hollywood, Ninja said that no matter what, “I’ll be gaming my entire life.”

It’s no surprise that gamers and streamers are looking to branch out. Platforms such as TikTok have been making it much easier for their TikTok content creators to get noticed, and that can often lead to opportunities in film, movies, and more. In fact, a lot of film content creators have been using the platforms to get noticed. Everyone from indie filmmakers to video game voice actors have been finding a great way to get out to the public eye.



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