Mila Kunis' NFT animated short "Stoner Cats" to feature voices of Vitalik Buterin, Jane Fonda and Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis' NFT animated short "Stoner Cats" to feature voices of Vitalik Buterin, Jane Fonda and Ashton Kutcher By Editor DailyBitcoin Editor

Stoner Cats

will be an animated short film that, in order to watch, interested parties must mint an NFT token.


Stoner Cats,


Mila Kunis animated short, which can only be watched if you have a Non-Fungible Token, NFT,

revealed the full voice cast for the show, which in addition to famous Hollywood stars, features the voice of


co-founder Vitalik Buterin.

This a short animated web series and creation of Ukrainian-American actress Mila Kunis, which is creating a lot of expectations in the crypto world. The full voice cast includes Mila’s husband, well-known actor Ashton Kutcher; as well as relevant actress Jane Fonda, and actors Seth McFarlane and Chris Rock. Joining them will be Ethereum

co-founder Vitalik Buterin.

Here Kutcher tells it on Twitter,

specifying which actor will be doing which voice:

Meet the cast of @chrisrock, @SethMacFarlane, @Janefonda, @VitalikButerin, me and Mila Kunis. Launching tomorrow. Let’s turn short-form content into long-form content. you’re the studio!

The story of Stoner Cats

revolves around elderly Mrs. Stoner (voice of Jane Fonda) and her group of cats. Mrs. Stoner’s “magic” medical marijuana gives her cats the ability to talk, setting up the show’s plot.

Buterin appears as the voice of Lord Catsington, an old stuffed cat who provides wisdom and guidance to the other cats on the show.

Ashton Kutcher hinted at a possible collaboration with Buterin in a series of videos uploaded to Twitter last week. In these videos, Kutcher asks Kunis to explain various crypto concepts. Midway through the first video, Buterin makes a sudden appearance and explaining Ethereum

to the audience.

Welcome to kutcher kitchen talks.

Explains Cryptobriefing that while the Stoner Cats team had already written Lord Catsington’s script before Buterin joined the project, the writers reportedly made changes to better suit his personality (and voice). Morgan Beller, a member of the Stoner Cats founding team , commented on Buterin’s role in Coindesk, stating:

“He doesn’t like to curse and his character said ‘fuck’ a couple of times, so he asked if they could change that and was accommodated.”

Stoner Cats will be released at 5 p.m. EST today. However, it will not be for the general public. To gain access to the first five-minute episode, viewers must first mint a non-fungible token (NFT) that acts as a lifetime pass for all Stoner Cats episodes ever made. NFTs will sell for 0.35 ETH, around USD $820 at present.

If you’re interested, you can do so on the Stoner Cats website , where you can choose the character you like best. You can also watch a snippet of the animated movie.

As DiarioBitcoin has told, NFTs are increasingly being used by different industries and artistic activities. In fact, a new Anthony Hopkins movie will also be associated with an NFT. In addition, there are NFTs for art, collectibles, sports such as football and baseball, hamburgers, tacos, ice cream, Formula 1, Formula 1, and even a speech. tweets, and even even a presidential inauguration speech.

Sources: StonerCats, Twitter, Cryptobriefing


Image shared on Twitter by Kutcher as a promotion for the animation.