It has been sending shockwaves as the news broke that James Dean’s character would be digitalized with the other 60’s and 80’s celebrities for the latest flick based on the Vietnam War action block “Finding Jack”.
Sadly Dean passed away in 1955 at his 24th age due to a car accident after his movies “East of Eden,” “Rebel Without a Cause,” and “Giant.” Besides, Dean, they are planning to bring back celebs like Bette Davis, Christopher Reeve. Bette Page, Ingrid Bergman and so on.
This initiative will be executed by Worldwide XR a brand new firm that focuses on bringing back dead humans through CGI all the classic movies virtually. The company has been approved to use about 400 high profiles which actors, sports stars, historical persons, music artists and so on.
Speaking to the media, the CEO of Worldwide XR Travis Cloyd stated that: “Influencers will come and go, but legends will never die and there is a lot more to come for James Dean. Think of it like James Dean 2.0.”
As of “Finding Jack,” Anton Ernst and Tati Golykh are on the list to helm the movie. The movie is set to go on floors in the coming month and will hit the screens on Veterans Day 2020.
VFX will be done by Magic City Films along with Imagine Engine and South African VFX studio MOI to bring out the ideal version of Dean. This will be supervised by Geoff Anderson of Imagine Engine.
Celebrities have been expressing their opinion on this and recently Chris Evans took to his twitter stating that this is “awful and Maybe we can get a computer to paint us a new Picasso. Or write a couple of new John Lennon tunes. The complete lack of understanding here is shameful.”