"Rogue One" turned heads for using computer animation to resurrect the late Peter Cushing as Grand Moff Tarkin. Now Disney might be forced to recreate the late Carrie Fisher with CGI in future "Star Wars" installments. Some critics say it is disrespectful to the dead to use archival film and effects to manufacture a performance the original artist never agreed to. Others say this is just the natural progression of special effects and actors don't own characters. What do you think? 📽️
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