Edward Norton joins longevity movie’s stellar line-up

Set to be the biggest longevity movie to date, Longevity Hackers adds Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Edward Norton to its incredible line-up.

The first rule of Longevity Hackers? You have to talk about Longevity Hackers! Not only does it have a stellar line-up of contributors, but three times Academy Awards nominate and twice Golden Globe nominated actor Edward Norton has signed up to narrate.

Announcing the signing, Longevity Hackers Co-Producer Ruben Figueres said: “Edward is a great longevity advocate that will help us bring our message closer to the mainstream audience.” 

Set to be released later this year, Longevity Hackers follows Emmy-nominated filmmaker Michal Siewierski as he finds out what the field of longevity is really all about and discovers the latest research and science breakthroughs in the field healthy life extension.

Longevity.Technology: The movie, which is set to be released early next year, features a host of top experts, scientists, researchers and startup CEOs, as well as celebrities and critics in the longevity space. This range of opinion lends credibility to the project – presenting an unbiased view to allow the viewer to reach their own conclusions. This straightforward approach is of wider benefit, too; by hearing a variety of viewpoints and discussion the issues, the film is sure to generate wider debate and foster discussion, leading to new perspectives and hopefully new funding for the space.

As well as bagging longevity enthusiast, Edward Norton, the movie features Jim Plante, Pau Gasol, Bryan Johnson, John Salley from the NBA, Mark Cuban, Steve Aoki, Peter Diamandis, Aubrey de Grey, Sergey Young, Nir Barzilai, Bill Andrews, Brad Stanfield and Matt Kaeberlein.

Backed by LongevityTech.Fund, Longevity Hackers is co-produced by Ruben Figueres, a successful entrepreneur and experienced president with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and advertising industry, and directed by Michal Siewierski, an Emmy-nominated TV producer, Netflix-featured documentary filmmaker and presidential campaign TV producer with over 15 years of experience in the fields of TV production, film as well as marketing and advertising.

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Watch the teaser trailer for Longevity Hackers HERE.

Co-producer Ruben Figueres told Longevity.Technology he feels a significant perception shift is on the way.

“This film is turning out to be the biggest production ever made about the field and thanks to people like Edward Norton, Tony Robbins and Mark Cuban, it will make the connection to the mainstream audience that the longevity space needs in order to become a mass phenomenon,” he says.

“It is only a matter of time that the general population realizes the importance of preventive medicine and the possibilities of living a much longer and healthier life than previously thought. And this film will serve as a bridge. I want to thank all the companies and investors that have made it possible and encourage other players in the field to get involved in the project one way or another.”

Figueres says the film and its expected success will provide a benefit for everybody.

“The big winner is the general audience that will learn about longevity and hopefully make life changes that will improve their quality of life,” he explains. “The second winner is the longevity industry and all the companies and researchers involved in it, since there will be a big influx of mainstream interest and customers which will attract more investors and growth. The third winner is the film investors that are very likely to get a healthy return on their investment in multiple ways.

“And the last winners are the filmmakers, that aside of the measurable benefits of producing a film of this level, will have the gratification of producing such a positive impact in so many millions of people and changing their lives in a positive way.”

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