Picture this: famous people in a lively round of “The Floor is Lava.” The makers of Netflix’s Floor is Lava prodded a potential superstar release of the game show enlivened by the youth staple “The Floor is Lava.” Irad Eyal and Megan McGrath dished on the arrangement — which follows candidates who must cross a hindrance course without falling into a pool of percolating “magma” — in a meeting with The Hollywood Reporter distributed on July 4. At the point when the subject went to a potential superstar version, the makers prodded some renowned names.
“We’ve been getting a great deal of tweets and Instagram accounts of big names watching it,” McGrath said. “Kristen Bell was viewing with her family. We would cherish Kristen and Dax [Shepard].” McGrath included, “Jesse Tyler Ferguson posted about it on Twitter and we as a whole were fangirling out here on our instant message strings about that. Lin-Manuel Miranda tweeted about it. I imagine that was one of the ones that sent everyone into a fit on our end.” She stated, “Better believe it, there are a huge amount of VIPs who are connecting.” Eyal included, “The most significant thing, however, is it’s insufficient to simply be a big name. You presently need to assemble the group.”
“You will need to think, ‘Who are the other two individuals that I’m going to trust out on the magma field?'” Eyal proceeded. “We’re searching for groups of three that are truly dedicated to it.”
Facilitated by dashing investigator Rutledge Wood, the arrangement follows three groups going up against one another for a $10,000 prize. Obviously, the floor isn’t real magma — yet Eyal and McGrath won’t dish on what the watery red substance truly is. “It’s an exclusive mix,” McGrath told THR. “I can’t mention to you what it is.” Eyal included, “The explanation we’re by and large so cryptic about it is on the grounds that it truly took quite a while to nail this down… . it required some investment to make sense of precisely how [to] make this thing bubble, stream, be tricky, be thick in the correct way, and furthermore be protected that individuals can be lowered in it for quite a long time at once, hours one after another, whatever it is, and come out securely.”