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Digital effects rewinding the clock for actors

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By MATT KEMP

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That photo is a prime example of uncanny valley.

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The Irishman is a Best Picture nominee?

No wonder the industry is in trouble. The de-aging looks horrible and the movie was way too long.

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Pretty soon actors not required...

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Overabuse of digital ain't no good compared with a movie with actors of skill and talent and stunt people doing their stuff. If it's all happening in some green walled studio with people hanging from wires but the box office price stays the same.

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It’s all possible through new digital de-aging techniques that in the past year in cinemas have shaved decades from Samuel L Jackson’s face and turned back the clock to the 1990s for Will Smith.

Some pretty amazing stuff. They can even bring back actors from the dead -

How These 10 Actors Were De-Aged For Their Movies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twKiEzjeH-M

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Anyone ever see Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid?

Cinema trickery has been with us since the beginning.

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