Iconic Mean Girls movie to enter the NFT space

Paramount Pictures filed two trademark applications to bring the popular Mean Girls movie to the NFT space.
September 14, 2022 - Cynthia Chung

American comedy movie Mean Girls may be entering the NFT space, according to  recent trademark applications filed by Paramount Pictures, the company who owns the rights to the movie. 


Licensed trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis announced on Twitter that Paramount Pictures filed two trademark applications on Sept. 7 for the 2004 teen comedy starring former Disney actress Lindsay Lohan.


The trademark applications cover ‘downloadable multimedia files containing artwork authenticated by NFTs’, as well as ‘downloadable virtual goods, specifically crypto-collectibles and NFTs.’


The application also covers software for transferring and accessing crypto-collectibles, NFTs, crypto-collectibles and application tokens.’


Photo: Paramount Pictures



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