At this point, we’re all familiar with Hollywood’s new de-aging technology, which enables lean movie stars to look young again without the hassle of a blood sacrifice to the old gods. However, this effect is not always so great. The best known is Martin Scorseses The Irishman spent hundreds of millions of dollars to advance this technology, but even that looked kind of funky. Robert DeNiro’s Frank Sheeran was said to be only 24 years old at the beginning of the film, but he moved with the exuberance of a widowed retiree who lined up for the early bird buffet.
Despite the fact that this trend seemed to be gaining momentum only last year, we have seen some high profile projects recently that reject this approach ̵
Instead of occupying new roles like Obi Wan Kenobi and Han Solo, Rogue One: a Star Wars story used computer animations to create new versions of Grand Moff Tarkin and Princess Leia that were probably creepy, distracting, and creepy distracting.
On the other hand, last year’s sequel to The glow, Doctor sleepI didn’t go that way at all. Instead of cobbling together CGI versions of the original actors who, according to the director, “just felt wrong”, they simply hired flesh and blood actors who saw reasonably familiar and gave great performances.