In a Web3 avatar, Lindsay Lohans will be shown as "magnitude" and "magnitude."

In a Web3 avatar, Lindsay Lohans will be shown as "magnitude" and "magnitude." ...

Mean Girls, the most popular teen comedy film starring Lindsay Lohan, might make a comeback as a crypto-collectible'' form. Paramount Pictures, the producer of the film, has filed for trademarks that give an idea of what elements of this film may soon be revamped as, and it includes non-fungible tokens. NFTs are built on blockchain and are created by real-life people, objects, and artworks.

The trademark applications include downloadable multimedia files containing artwork, as well as downloadable virtual goods, and application tokens.

Although Paramount Pictures has not stated its intention with these Web3 trademark filings about Mean Girls, screenshots of the paperwork have been posted on social media.

Paramount Pictures has filed two trademarks for MEAN GIRLS! The filings claim that it will expand the #MEANGIRLS brand into:arrow_forward: NFT + NFT-backed media:arrow_forward: NFT #Metaverse #Web3 #NFTs #Crypto #MeanGirlsTour pic.twitter.com/SaBLtZVTOx

Mean Girls, which revolved around a young girl''s admission into a tight group of four fashion divas, is recognized among the most quotable films of all times and is a source of many memes and GIFs.

Every year, the fans of the film, which included Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert in key roles, celebrate the 3rd of October.

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In the past, the use of popular movies to the Web3 technology appears to be picking up a buck.

Viacom International, a mass-medicate media business, filed a similar trademark in order to expand the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand into Web3.

The documents claim that it intends to expand the #TMNT brand into::arrow_forward: NFTs + NFT-backed media:arrow_forward: NFT #Metaverse #Web3 #TMNTMovie #NFTs #Crypto pic.twitter.com/cQ3aTl4TcG

This year, the number of NFT applications has increased from those submitted in the crypto, web3, and metaverse arenas. By this time, over 5,800 applications and patents concerning NFTs have already reached the USPTO. In 2021, this number was 2,087, according to Kondoulis recently.

Dune Analytics claims that NFT projects managed to raise $260 million (roughly Rs. 2,100 crore) for several high-end brands, including Nike, Dolce & Gabbana, Tiffany, and Gucci. Out of these companies, Nike claimed the highest amount in NFT sales, estimated at $185.3 million (roughly Rs. 1,500 crore).