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The Rock Just Launched a YouTube Channel, And He’s Asking Social Media Stars To Help Him Find His Edge

18 July 2016 2:39 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“Dude, you just created what could potentially be the biggest channel on YouTube.” That was the pronouncement from an emphatic Lilly “Superwoman” Singh to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in a video announcing the launch of Johnson’s new YouTube Channel, Seven Bucks Digital Studios, in collaboration with the digital entertainment company Studio 71.

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Seven Bucks Digital Studios will be the newest division of Seven Bucks Productions, the production company behind Paramount’s “Baywatch,” New Line Cinema’s “Shazam,” and Dreamworks’ “Alpha Squad Seven,” all starring Johnson. The company was co-founded by Johnson and Dany Garcia. Studio 71 is a multi-channel network representing over 1,000 channels, which has partnered with RocketJump on “Video Game High School” and the comedian Colleen Balinger (“Miranda Sings!”).

Johnson already has a robust online presence, (with 100 million followers across social media platforms), and »

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YouTube’s Dilemma: Why Online Stars Struggle to Make Good Movies

12 July 2016 2:18 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A movie starring two YouTubers will make its money back in iTunes sales, regardless of its quality. That may sound like a good thing, but it’s not if you’re an online content creator looking to transition into traditional Hollywood projects and shake your reputation as a one-trick pony. Speaking from the sixth VidCon, the annual convention for digital content creators and their fans, creator Jimmy Wong is uncertain about his and others’ crossover prospects.

“It’s really hard to transition YouTube stars into traditional acting roles,” says Wong, who rose to YouTube fame with his viral hit “Ching Chong! Asians in the Library Song” — a timely response to an ugly, racist video rant.

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Wong is a filmmaker at RocketJump, a digital movie studio and YouTube channel that also hosts original content on its website. »

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