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Celebrities are coming back from the dead

There’s a growing trend in Hollywood … using digital effects to bring actors back from the dead. What’s even more astonishing is this digital necromancy isn’t limited to the big screen. It’s also coming to a stage near you, very soon.

Groundbreaking technology, impressive CGI work and some good-old movie magic is allowing some of the old-time greats to make a comeback. Even after their death.

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Cool or creepy? The entertainment industry is spending millions to resurrect dead celebrities.

They’re doing it with sophisticated digital technology that will ensure that iconic figures like Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Carrie Fisher and Audrey Hepburn live on forever. Could this technology replace real-life actors? And what are the moral ramifications of this amazing technology?

In this Komando on Demand podcast, Kim speaks with some of the digital wizards who work major movie magic to bring deceased actors and entertainers back to the big screen and concert stages.

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