Still Want to Play NERVE?

With the NERVE movie coming out on July 27th, 2016, we’ve been looking for a way to complete real dares for cash and glory. We stumbled upon this YouTube review of an app called Double Dog where you can send dares to friends or strangers through their roulette system.

Check out YouTuber d00ditsjeremy’s review of the app here!

How Much Is Too Much?

According to this NERVE movie website, you can actually play a game of NERVE through the Double Dog app!

We looked into it and it does seem to be the app that is the most aligned to the movie. You can send and receive real dares for money or points (called bones).

Looking into the app, we found out that someone actually completed a dare and got $2,000! You can read more about the dare on Buzzfeed.

Our question is – how much is too much? Would you be willing to do a dare for $2,000? Would it depend on the dare?

NERVE Soundtrack

The NERVE movie has an amazing soundtrack of upbeat electronic dance music. The full list is featured on Spotify, but we have dug up YouTube links for you as well! We Double Dog dare you to listen to it.

Kamikaze by MØ9

Can’t Get Enough by Basenji

Soap by Melanie Martinez

Darken the Door by Crystal Stilts

Electric Love by BØRNS

Ride ft. Icona Pop by Lowell

Hurricane – Arty Remix by Halsey

Bender by Bro Safari

Bassically by Tei Shi

Down Low by Alex Winston

Forget It by Blood Orange

Lucky I Got What I Want by Jungle

Crime Cutz by Holy Ghost!

Get Down by Jess Kent

I Don’t Dream by Sweetmates

You Got It by Roy Orbison

C.R.E.A.M. by Wu-Tang Clan

Gimme One More Chance by Diplomats of Solid Sound

Since I Don’t Have You by The Skyliners

Deep Down Low by Valentino Khan

Hello Hero by Juliette Lewis

A Little More by MGK

Somewhere to Run by Krewella

Too Risky for Nerve

In an interview with MTV, Nerve directors, Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost, talk about the dare that was too risky for the final cut!

Joost: There was a sex dare, which I think if you’ve spent time on the internet, particularly the darker regions of the internet, then things tend to head in that direction.

Schulman: Always.

Joost: So it seemed to us that the game would probably push in that direction given enough time, but it was ultimately just too dark and weird.

Schulman: It may have pushed it to an R rating.

Joost: It was just too weird for a PG-13 movie.

Click here to read the rest of the interview.

The Nerve App has been Released

The Nerve app was released last night and it is not good. In less than 10 hours, it already has seven reviews with only two stars.

Ouch.

People are saying that you can’t even perform dares or make money. It’s just a promotional tool gone wrong.

We found a review of the app here. Read it and let us know your thoughts! Are you going to download it?

Cash and Glory

The Nerve Twitter account, @PlayNerve, most recently posted the following:

Nerve Movie Tweet on Cash and Glory
“#Nerve is the easiest way for #Players to win cash and glory. You in? In theaters July 27.”

In the movie, Nerve, Vee, played by Emma Roberts, and Ian, played by Dave Franco, play Nerve for fame and money. However, as they continue to play the game, watchers steal their identities and force them to go on dares in order to keep their money.

We wanted to play something that was just as fun, without the danger. In our search, we found an app called Double Dog. You can play for real money and fame, but there’s a system in place to make sure that it remains safe to play. Find out for yourself by downloading it here.

How to Play Nerve and Earn Money (or Points)

Hey Peeps! Got to share two great news with you.

The first one is that Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman of Paranormal Activity and Catfish fame are ready to dish out another thriller. Excited?

Called Nerve, this upcoming American thriller flick, which will hit the theaters on the 27th of July stars Emma Roberts and Dave Franco in the lead roles and is based on the popular game of Truth or Dare, minus the truth.

Second good news is that just like the stars in the movie, you can also Play Nerve; yes, you can play the game of Truth or Dare (without the truth) online with friends and also with the friends of your friends.

While in the movie, the plot takes a sinister turn where the key players (Franco and Roberts) get trapped within the game and are compelled to act according to the manipulations of the ‘watchers’.

Well, if YOU play Nerve, there will not be any sinister and manipulative watchers to watch out for, but there will definitely be cash rewards or brownie points that can be earned with every dare you complete.

The real life game of Truth or Dare which can be played online is app-based. The app can be downloaded from app-stores like Play Store or ITunes.

Once you have the app, you can start off with the fun part and play Nerve.

You will dare a friend through the app, your friend will accept the dare and perform the task they have been assigned.

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After completion of the dare, a video (or photo) of the dare being performed by the person will be shared on social media.

The same friend will pass on the dare to another friend who will perform, film and upload the video of the dare.

This cycle will continue as long as possible and it is quite likely for the funny, embarrassing or dangerous dare you had assigned your friend to come back to you.

Players can win real cash or points which can be redeemed for cool t-shirts and other goodies.

Be a part of this cool trend by downloading the Truth or Dare app on your phone to play Nerve.

 

Why the Movie Nerve is Rated PG-13?

The MPAA rated Nerve PG-13 for material involving “dangerous and risky behavior, some sexual content, language, drug content, drinking and nudity – all involving teens.”

The movie, Nerve, begins with peer pressure. Vee, played by Emma Roberts, is pressured into playing an online game of ‘truth of dare, minus the truth’. She engages in the dare app and receives her first dare to kiss a stranger for five seconds. This can be considered dangerous and risky behavior. The trailer also shows brief nudity when Vee and Ian, played by Dave Franco, escape a store in the undergarments.

The trailer also contains potential violence and some sexual content, but the PG-13 rating seems to fair. Based off the trailer, what do you think the rating should have been?