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CGI helped expand the storytelling of James Cameron's "Avatar," brought back to the screen characters like Grand Moff Tarkin ("Rogue One: A Star Wars Story") and Rachael Tyrell ("Blade Runner 2049"), and most recently made aging actors look decades younger in movies like "Gemini Man," "The Irishman," and "Terminator: Dark Fate."Now one of the screen's most iconic actors — who has been dead for over half a century — has been cast in a new movie thanks to the tech.Last week, it was announced that an upcoming movie titled "Finding Jack" will star James Dean in the secondary lead role. The reality is James Dean being placed into a current movie is just the start of what could become the new normal in the industry.With more and more actors having their faces digitally downloaded for visual effects in their current movies, behind the scenes it's likely deals are being discussed so their likenesses can lengthen their careers by decades.When asked about going through the de-aging process while filming "The Irishman," Robert De Niro told Business Insider with a laugh, "If they can perfect it, I'll be able to work for another 30 years."We have a feeling that wasn't a joke.

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