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Your CEO Isn’t Real: How to Deal With Deep Fakes

The history of deep fake technology is surprisingly long. Researchers at academic institutions have been developing deep fake tech since the early 1990s. The idea is even older, as popular science fiction—like the 1987 film The Running Man—can attest. But deep fakes are no longer relegated to the realm of sci-fi; they are, in fact, more present in our daily lives than you might realize.
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Digital 1932 Ford Custom ZZ Top Eliminator Homage Looks Stunning and Undrivable

Custom pre-WWII Blue Ovals are known for their propensity to become outrageous Hot Rods. But this 1932 Ford went through such a big transformation that it made it completely impractical. Luckily, it’s just wishful thinking. The Czech Republic-based virtual artist Rostislav Prokop (aka rostislav_prokop on social media) has lots of...
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Tatiana Maslany reveals if She-Hulk is a fully CGI creation

While we’re a million miles away from Lou Ferrigno getting painted green, fans have been wondering how Disney Plus series She-Hulk is planning to bring Jennifer Walters to life when her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut rolls around. Star Tatiana Maslany has proven her ass-kicking credentials on the small screen via...
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AMC Eagle Virtually Honors Crossover Tradition With SW Trackhawk Makeover

Sometimes it’s a bit odd for someone passionate about the 1980s and 1990s to entirely forget about a brand that retired to automotive Valhalla during his period of interest. At least this pixel master decided to do something to address the issue. Jim, the virtual artist behind the jlord8 account...
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Deep Diving Submersible Captures Amazing Footage of Giant Phantom Jelly

Some may confuse this for CGI, but rest assured, the giant phantom jelly is real and was spotted by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute’s (MBARI) remotely operated vehicle (ROV) last month at a depth of 3,200-feet. When fully grown, the bell of this deep-sea creature can measure more than one meter (3.3 feet) across, complete with four ribbon-like arms that can grow more than 10 meters (33 feet) in length. Read more for the video and additional information,
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Joy Behar in Gaffe City

After a short Thanksgiving break, The View co-hosts were back in full-force this week. In this episode of The View in Review podcast, we discuss Joy Behar’s week of gaffes, guest co-host Jane Coaston, Kathy Griffin’s memorable appearance on the show, and more. Recapping The View’s Thanksgiving week shows. Joy...
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Playing DUNGEONS & DRAGONS With an Actual Dragon Comedy Sketch

A recent comedy sketch was released by Alasdair Beckett-King and it’s titled “Playing Dungeons & Dragons with an Actual Dragon”. Like the title suggests, the short features a D&D game being played with a Dragon, but as you might expect, that Dragon is CGI. It’s a fun short that D&D fans might enjoy.
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The Verge

The Fortnite island flipped over during Chapter 2’s final event

Fortnite’s big chapter-ending event just ended, and it was a big one. After an all-out war against UFOs, zombies, and the Cube Queen, players were saved in a rescue mission led by Dwayne Johnson. (Well, his in-game character.) Then, the island flipped over. The event. Let’s back up a bit....
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Jon Spira on the Admiration of Old School Stuntmen in Documentary Hollywood Bulldogs [Exclusive Interview]

Today’s Hollywood stunts utilize green screens, CGI, and even trained specialized stuntpeople who went to school for this profession. However, the yesteryear’s stuntmen that dominated before the 1990s came from a variety of backgrounds to take beatings and risk their lives on screen as documented in Jon Spira’s Hollywood Bulldogs: The Rise and Falls of the Great British Stuntmen.
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Robbie Williams Biopic Sets Filming Start

Filming will begin at the Docklands Studios in Melbourne, Australia in early 2022 on the unusual Robbie Williams biopic “Better Man”. Michael Gracey (“The Greatest Showman”) directs the film which will see the famed UK entertainer, and one of the best-selling global artists of all time, portrayed by a CGI monkey according to reports earlier this year. Williams is expected to appear as himself as well.
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Online Casino Dealers: Are They Really Live?

Since early 2020, we’ve been in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve had to adjust our lifestyles significantly to remain safe yet active. What this meant was a mass migration from physical to online activities, such as working from home. And in addition to work, play also went digital.
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Fortnite Chapter 2 ‘The End’ event: the island flipped over

Fortnite’s big chapter-ending event just ended, and it was a big one. After an all-out war against UFOs, zombies, and the Cube Queen, players were saved in a rescue mission led by Dwayne Johnson. (Well, his in-game character.) Then, the island flipped over. The event. Let’s back up a bit....
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wegotthiscovered.com

Watch: First ‘Morbius’ clip reveals Jared Leto’s transformation

As the first installment in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe that isn’t a Venom movie, there’s a lot riding on the potential success of Daniel Espinosa’s Morbius. If the Living Vampire’s live-action debut is a success, then it’ll spur the studio on to put even more blockbuster comic book adaptations into development. On the other side of the coin, if it fails then serious questions will be asked about whether or not Hollywood’s other interconnected Marvel mythology can thrive without Eddie Brock and Peter Parker.
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Behind-the-scenes look at Ghostbusters: Afterlife’s practical effects

Heads up! This post contains spoilers pertaining to Ghostbusters: Afterlife! If you’ve yet to see the film, we’d suggest clicking over to another article!. The special effects in Ghostbusters: Afterlife are a healthy mix of both old and new, giving movie-goers stunning visuals through CGI while also being a throwback, using puppetry and practical effects when possible.
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Hollywood Actors Who Were Brought Back From The Dead With CGI.

With new cutting edge technology, Hollywood is bringing back icons through CGI in new movies. Many iconic stars such as Bruce Lee, James Dean, Audrey Hepburn, Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly were brought back to life. And as the days go by, computer-generated imagery (CGI) is becoming easier to access. But just because the technology has advanced doesn’t mean it’s ethically correct. In addition to the resurgence of Hollywood’s biggest icons, a host of issues are causing a disturbing uproar for the digital trend. So today we’re here to look at Hollywood icons being revived to digital afterward. And what it means for their public legacy. Let’s get into today’s topic.
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