That s because the project creators, Chicago-based comedy group FND Films, managed to raise a whopping $77,900 to produce a feature-length film, and then blew it all on traveling, partying, and, er, the finer things in life.
But that s not even the best part — there actually is a movie.
It scalled It s All Good, and it s an action comedy about three guys who turn to a crowdfunding platform to raise money for a film, then blow the cash.
In what can only be described as an elaborate hoax of rather epic proportion, FND Films first posted the campaign back in 2014.
The group revealed very little about the project, saying only that they sought to create an action-comedy starring Aaron Fronk, Vinny DeGaetano and Cooper Johnson that blends absurd humor with an intricate plot.
But then, after reaching their goal and issuing what seemed like a heartfelt thank you in November of 2014, the creators disappeared.