Kane Parsons, the 17-year-old creator of “The Backrooms” collection is all set to shoot his first feature-length movie with the backing of A24, a leisure firm that has backed initiatives like Euphoria, Hereditary, Midsommar and Everything Everywhere All At Once. The movie is being written by DMZ creator Robert Patino, a two-time Emmy nominee, who can also be set to don the hat of the manager producer for the movie.

The manufacturing of the movie is ready to start through the 17-year-old’s summer season break.

Kane shot to fame after his 9-minute YouTube video titled ‘The Backrooms (Found Footage)‘ on his channel ‘Kane Pixels’ went viral and garnered a whopping 44 million views. The video exhibits individuals exploring creepy empty rooms and faucets into the web’s obsession with liminal areas. Kane printed 15 extra movies on YouTube exploring the aesthetic since then.

Liminal areas are an aesthetic that tries to paint deserted, eerie and surreal areas.

Details regarding the plot of the movie stay unknown.

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