Invisible Narratives, the digital studio that recently signed on to produce a slate of films from FaZe Clan, has tapped TikToker Larray to star in its next project.
The 22-year-old comedian and musician has 18 million followers on TikTok. He recently debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 with his single “Cancelled,” the music video for which features fellow well-known creators Addison Rae and James Charles.
Invisible Narratives, which was founded by former Paramount Pictures president Adam Goodman and former Disney exec Andrew Sugerman, says the as-yet-unnamed movie will star Larray as a fictionalized version of himself.
Per the studio, “When he accidentally time-travels back to 1992, he goes from being recognized on every street corner in Los Angeles to a time before the world had ever heard of a smartphone. Now, without his social apps and online clout, Larray must discover his ‘analogue instincts’ to survive the 90s and return back to 2021.”
No release date has been set; the project is currently seeking a director. When it does premiere, it will do so on inviz.tv, Invisible Narratives’ digital content hub.
While announcing Larray’s film, Invisible Narratives dropped some stats from Crimson, the first movie to emerge from its FaZe Clan deal.