They couldn’t just use the actor without the cgi shit all over his face? They couldn’t find an actress who resembled a young Carrie Fisher? Why did they waste so much time on this? Yeah Peter was and always will be the original Tarkin but that was 40 years ago and he was long gone when this began production. Isn’t this what makeup and lighting is for?
I loved Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher. The recreation of Grand Moff Tarkin was better than Princess Leia's. They didn't capture Carrie's beauty of a mature 19-year-old. They made her face look too long. However, CGI is the future.
Quick! ILM, you still have time to replace the boring Han Solo actor with a CGI young Harrison Ford to make him look like a younger Han Solo. They did it with Anthony Hopkins for West World, they made him look younger, so PLEASE DO THAT FOR THE NEW Han Solo Stand Alone Movie!
I could tell Tarkin and Leia were CGI after just a few seconds, but dang, it still looked so good. Better than the best videogame graphics. There's definitely room for improvement, but I can't see anything topping this for a good 10 years. There is of course the whole 'ethical' question, but I think these are done in good taste. There will have to be some rules set in motion once this kind of thing gets common, though.
Notice how Rogue One and the new Star Wars movies ALL have female leads. I’m tired of having neo ‘dyke’ feminism crammed down my throat. (Waits patiently for offended neo dykes and emasculated millennial males to respond.)
the rebels' CGI is seamless, Carrie Fisher's is pretty good, and Peter Cushing's CGI didn't fool me like the rebels' CGI, but it was a pretty good job. For the type of technology we have currently, this a job well done! :)
For a first time with all attention being put into focusing on getting his physical likeness it's EXTREMELY good. What took away from it was that you wanted to make him so believable you had him move around too much to prove it. When he spoke stared directly at you. No extra movements at all. No blinking. Almost like a statement in itself. He ain't playing lol
Leia? Eh........yeah wish you coulda done half as well
They worked really hard on this, but I think they went too far with the level of detail and, as a result, it looks bad. If they reduced the quality a bit and maybe even lowered the frame-rate of the CG render it would probably look way more fitting.
You saying actor that has passed away since not " has been dead for 20 years". That just sounds heartless and rude but you can tell by her reporting she really doesn't care either way. Rogue one wasn't very good but there's quite a few Star Wars films that wasn't very good but there will always be a desperate market for it
Industrial light and magic is literally one of the best CGI and visual affects company's in the world. They do all the mcu,star trek,Star wars and Disney live action movies. I want to visit them in the future
It's funny how David Fincher and company pulled off a realistic CGI version of Brad Pitt's face on a midget FOR WELL OVER AN HOUR on Benjamin Button, and yet THESE 'artists' couldn't make Cushing look real with barely 2 minutes of screen time.
Why is everyone complaining about Tarkin? Nothing is going to be perfect, of course. Cushing has died so why do you expect every single detail to look like him? Gosh, it looks pretty good if I do say so myself. But since I knew Cushing has died I already knew it was CGI. :)
I like how the reporter says "dazzled" all gruff like at 0:07Yeah yeah, the uncanny valley effect blah blah about CGI Leia and tarkin; I think they're good enough. But what could have been more interesting, and even cheaper (less $ for CGI), to have Guy Henry and Ingvil Dela simply play the characters!
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