Nick Carter is branching out. The Backstreet Boys member is looking to make his own movie, with the help of a little of your money.
The 33-year-old boy bander started an Indiegogo fundraiser this week, looking to raise $85,000 to make a horror movie called "Evil Blessings." Carter describes "Evil Blessings" as a movie "about three friends who go up to the the mountains to hunt, but soon discover they are the ones being hunted by an ancient family of evil."
"Most of you already know that I'm passionate about music, but what you don't know, is that I'm a HUGE horror fan as well," Carter explains on the fundraising site. "To that end, I'm about to start down the path of my other dream: to become a film producer and screenwriter. And my first venture is to produce a horror film I also co-wrote and star in called 'EVIL BLESSINGS.'"
Carter is offering incentives for donations, including personal tweets, tickets to a Backstreet Boys concert, invites to the movie's premiere and a meet-and-greet with Carter, as well as a role in "Evil Blessings."
While some celebrity fundraisers, such as Zach Braff's kickstarter for his upcoming movie, have been successful, others, such as Melissa Joan Hart's poor showing, have had less luck. With 46 days left in the fundraiser, Carter has raised $15,455 of his $85,000 goal.