1. Superstar Gamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins Sets a Course for Hollywood  Hollywood Reporter
  2. Ninja Confirms Plans To Try Breaking Out In Hollywood  Screen Rant
  3. Ninja wants to branch out into 'movies, voice acting,' and more  PC Gamer
  4. After conquering gaming, Ninja now has his sights set on Hollywood  Dot Esports
  5. Ninja reveals why he almost quit streaming for good after Mixer move  Dexerto
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The world's No. 1 live streamer, who has a direct line to tens of millions of rabid fans and is negotiating a massive deal, reveals his plans to conquer the rest of entertainment: "Movies, voice acting, cartoons — I'm looking at everything."The world's No. 1 live streamer, who has a direct line to tens of millions of rabid fans and is negotiating a massive deal, reveals his plans to conquer the rest of entertainment: "Movies, voice acting, cartoons — I'm looking at everything."

Superstar Gamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins Sets a Course for Hollywood | Hollywood Reporter

Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins says he's looking for 'anything and everything Hollywood' as he looks for acting and voice acting roles in movies and cartoons.The famed Fortnite streamer has a cameo role in Free Guy this year.

Ninja Confirms Plans To Try Breaking Out In Hollywood

Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is still between gigs. A Mixer comeback is now well and truly off the table, and his surprise appearance on YouTube earlier this month hasn't yet congealed into a new big-money deal. But while he's working on putting those pieces together, he told the Hollywood Reporter that he's also got his eye on other things.Blevins is looking at "literally anything and everything Hollywood," he told the site. "Movies, voice acting, cartoons." That ambition is part of why he appeared last year in The Masked Singer (which didn't work out super-well—he was eliminated in the first episode), and he's also got a cameo role in the upcoming Ryan Reynolds vehicle Free Guy, currently set to come out in December, which looks like a cross between They Live, Ready Player One, and every Ryan Reynolds movie ever.His experience on Free Guy apparently went well. "They were like, 'You were amazing, you're a natural'," he said. "I kept telling [his wife] 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."He's been reading scripts and pitching his own ideas as well, according to the report, but it doesn't sound like he's pressing too hard to make it happen. "It just has to make sense," he he said. "If it's tough because I'm not comfortable with it yet, I can work on that. But if it's tough because I'm not good, I'm not going to cry over it."As for his streaming future, Blevins gave no hint of where he'll ultimately end up, although the report characterizes his split with Twitch as "somewhat contentious." His wife Jessica told Business Insider last year that the split was largely driven by Twitch's efforts to limit Blevin's licensing deals in contract negotiations, which would have restricted his ability to grow his brand beyond gaming. It's apparently all water under the bridge now, but if Twitch still isn't willing to back down from those demands it could very easily complicate a potential return to the platform.The world's biggest streamer has his eye on Hollywood.

Ninja wants to branch out into 'movies, voice acting,' and more | PC Gamer

Gaming was just the beginning.

After conquering gaming, Ninja now has his sights set on Hollywood | Dot Esports

Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins has revealed that he nearly quit streaming altogether during his time at Mixer and what he is hoping for in his next streaming deal.Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins has revealed that he nearly quit streaming altogether during his time at Mixer and what he is hoping for in his next streaming deal.

Ninja reveals why he almost quit streaming for good after Mixer move | Dexerto

Ninja has revealed that he is setting his sights on Hollywood - and 2020 couldn’t get any wilder.He wants to make his mark in the world of entertainment.

Ninja is looking at 'all things Hollywood' for his future career | Metro News