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    Wondershare FILMORA 9.5.2.9 | AGOSTO & SEPTIEMBRE 2020

    https://youtu.be/wvsKns4rQBw

    Wondershare Filmora 9 es un software de producción de edición de vídeo, sencillo y fácil de usar.

    FICHA TÉCNICA

    Software: Wondershare Filmora 9.5.2.9
    Versión: 9.5.2.9
    Idioma: Multilenguaje
    Servidor de descarga: MediaFire

    REQUERIMIENTOS DE SISTEMA

    Sistema Operativo: Windows 7/8/10 (64 Bits)
    Procesador: Intel i3 2 GHz o Superior
    Memoria RAM: 3GB RAM (8GB requeridos para HD y 4K vídeos)
    Resolución de Pantalla: 1366×768 o Superior

    INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN

    1. Deshabilite su antivirus temporalmente
    2. Extraiga el archivo comprimido con Winrar actualizado
    3. Instale Wondershare Filmora_9.5.2.9
    4. Ejecute el Activador Wondershare Filmora 9.5 y presione Activar
    5. ¡Listo!

    ZONA DE DESCARGAS:

    Wondershare Filmora 9.5.2.9 MEDIAFIRE + ACTIVADOR

    Solo Activador MEGA

     

    RECOMENDACIONES: DESCARGAR EL PROGRAMA EDITOR DESDE AQUÍ PARA QUE FUNCIONE A FULL Y ACTIVARLO CON INTERNET SIN FALLAS

    Descargar PhotoScape para Windows Ultima versión Gratis

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    Descargar PhotoScape para Windows Versión: 3.7 Gratis

    Hay una gran cantidad de aplicaciones dedicadas al manejo de imágenes: edición, catálogo, organización, composición, efectos, etc. Normalmente necesitamos una aplicación para cada tipo de operación, pero hoy día están surgiendo cada vez con más fuerza programas como Photoscape, una de mas mejores ’suites’ gratuitas de manejo y edición de imágenes que contiene todas esas utilidades agrupadas en una sola aplicación.

    Photoscape es un paquete de herramientas para la manipulación de imágenes que contiene todo tipo de funcionalidades tanto para darle un uso profesional como para aquellos que tan solo quieren realizar pequeñas modificaciones en sus fotografías.

    Entre todas las funcionalidades que contiene, cabe destacar el navegador de archivos, el editor gráfico, el editor de efectos (marcos, collages, plantillas, composiciones, etc.), un completo creador de gifs, el gestor de impresión o el capturador de pantalla. Todos ellos de manejo sencillo e intuitivo.

    La enorme cantidad de efectos predefinidos permiten que con poco esfuerzo podamos realizar modificaciones propias de un experto, desde restaurar una fotografía envejecida a realizar originales composiciones. Si sueles trabajar con imágenes, seguro que no te podrás separar ni un instante de Photoscape una vez que lo pruebes.

    Descargar PhotoScape 3.7 Ultima Versión

    ¿Cómo instalar tu descarga?

    Encuentra el archivo:
    Revisa la carpeta de descargas.
    – Con Windows usa Control + J
    – Con Mac usa Shift + Command + J
    Una vez localizado el archivo descargado:
    – Click sobre el archivo!
    – Sigue las intrucciones de instalación.

    CARACTERISTICAS PHOTOSCAPE:

    PhotoScape

    PhotoScape es un software de edición de fotos que es fácil y divertido de usar que te permite corregir y mejorar las fotos de teléfono celular y camara digital.

    Key Features

    • Visor: Ver fotos en su carpeta, crear una presentación de diapositivas.
    • Editor: Ajuste de tamaño(Redimensionar), brillo y color, balance de blancos, corrección de contraluz, cuadros, globos, modo mosaico, añadir texto, dibujar, recortar, filtros, eliminación de ojos rojos, floración, Brochaclonar áreaefecto de brocha.
    • Editor por Lotes: Lote editar múltiples fotos.
    • Página: Combinar varias fotos en el marco de página para crear una foto final.
    • Combine: Adjuntar varias fotos vertical u horizontalmente para crear una foto final.
    • GIF animado: Usar múltiples fotos para crear una foto animada finales.
    • Imprimir: Imprimir fotos retrato, carta de visites (CDV), fotos de pasaporte.
    • Divisor: Cortar una foto en varios trozos.
    • Captura de pantalla: Capturar tu pantalla y guardarlo.
    • Selector de Color: Zoom en las imágenes, buscar y escoger un color.
    • Renombrar: Cambiar nombres de archivo de fotos en modo por lote.
    • Conversor Raw: Convertir RAW a JPG.
    • Papel de Impresión: Imprimir líneas, gráfico, la música y el papel del calendario.
    • Buscar cara: Buscar caras similares en internet.

    Màs de Photo-scape

    Se agregaron filtros ‘Blanco y negro’ y ‘Bandicoot’ (Editor> Inicio)

    Se agregó un pincel ‘Smart Blur’ (Editor> Herramientas> Pincel de efectos)
    Los tamaños de pincel aumentan de 3 a 4 y se hacen más grandes.
    Se agregaron 29 efectos de película más, por lo que ahora hay 35 efectos de película. (Editor> Inicio)

    Se mejoró la interfaz de usuario del ‘efecto de película’

    Interfaz de usuario mejorada de editor, página, combinación y AniGif
    Corregidos errores menores
    Versión 3.6.5 (2013.07.05) y Verions 3.6.4 (2013.06.25)
    Velocidad de filtro de enfoque, desenfoque, cambio de inclinación falso, grabado de color, desenfoque inteligente, floración, etc. Mejorado.
    Nuevo filtro, Temperatura de color agregada: Editor> Inicio> Brillante, Color> Temperatura de color.
    Opción de calidad JPEG mejorada: Editor> Guardar. Opción de entrada y salida disponible.
    Blur Brush actualizado: Editor> Herramientas> Effect Brush> Blur (Versión 3.6.5)
    Se agregaron más relaciones de cultivo: series A, B, C, carta, relación legal, etc.
    Se corrigieron errores de filtro crítico: se corrigieron errores gráficos triangulares extraños en los filtros de Sharpen, Blur y Bloom. (Versión 3.6.5)
    Se corrigieron errores menores.
    Verions 3.6.3 (2012.12.27)
    Pinceles de efecto “Blur – High”, “Jitter” agregados (Editor -> Herramientas -> Pincel de efectos)
    Función de espejo agregada en Imagen> Objeto de imágenes prediseñadas
    Filtro (antique01, antique02) agregado en Editor> Filtro> Foto antigua
    Marco (foto antigua 01, 02) agregado en Editor> Marco

    Trece usos para el editor gratuito de imágenes PhotoScape

    Existen pocas suites gratuitas de edición de imágenes tan completas como PhotoScape. Con cada nueva versión se añaden funciones adicionales más allá de las típicas funciones para retocar imágenes de forma intuitiva. Ya sea crear gifs animados, modificar imágenes en lote, montar mosaicos o realizar capturas de pantalla, la última versión 3.7 abarca todos estos aspectos catalogándolos en trece apartados diferentes.

    Editor de imágenes
    La interfaz original del programa se limitaba a ofrecer una serie de funciones de edición simples para modificar nuestras imágenes modificando niveles de color, redimensionándolas, añadiendo marcos, aplicando correcciones de iluminación o incluso superponiendo elementos sobre la foto original.

    photoscape-review-11

    Procesador de imágenes en lote
    Este apartado ofrece la mayoría de opciones del apartado anterior, solo que orientado a la aplicación de dichos efectos de forma instantánea en un grupo de imágenes.

    photoscape-review-12

    Creador de mosaicos
    A partir de una serie de plantillas, es posible crear mosaicos rectangulares de imágenes a los que se le pueden aplicar marcos y filtros posteriormente.

    photoscape-review-9

    Creador de murales
    El apartado de creación de murales es una versión ampliada del de mosaicos, ofreciendo muchas opciones adicionales de composición para componer una imagen a partir de una cruadrícula formada por otras más pequeñas.

    photoscape-review-8

    Editor de gifs animados
    Seleccionando previamente los fotogramas que compondrán la secuencia, es posible crear figs animados a los que podemos asignar un tiempo diferente para cada frame, escalar la imagen final y configurar el bucle de las mismas en caso de haberlo.

    photoscape-review-7

    Asistente de impresión
    Aunque tanto el propio Windows como el software incluido con nuestra impresora suele incorporar su propio asistente de impresión, Photoscape ofrece un completo sistema que permite personalizar este proceso en cuanto a formatos, tamaños y escalado en una misma página.

    photoscape-review-6

    Troceador de imágenes
    Eligiendo una imagen y seleccionando el número de filas y columnas es posible trocearla en partes equitativas.

    photoscape-review-3

    Asistente de capturas de pantallas
    Aunque no queda residente en memoria, el capturador de pantalla de Photoscape permite realizar screenshots tanto de la pantalla completa como de una ventana o región en cuestión del escritorio, pudiendo copiarlo directamente al portapapeles o abrirlo automáticamente en el editor.

    photoscape-review-5

    Selector de color
    A través de una previsualización con zoom de nuestro escritorio es posible extraer los códigos de color RGB para su uso en cualquier otra herramienta que soporte la inserción códigos para el estándar.

    photoscape-review-4

    Conversor de imágenes RAW
    El formato RAW o negativo digital es el formato de guardado de fotografías digitales que se aplica por defecto en una cámara fotográfica. No todos los programas de edición son capaces convertir dicho formato a otro comprimido, por lo que PhotoScape dispone de su propio asistente para extraer lotes de imágenes y convertirlas al que necesitemos.

    photoscape-review-13

    Renombrado masivo de archivos
    Si antes se ha mencionado una opción para aplicar efectos en lote, este apartado permite renombrar grupos de imágenes a partir de un patrón concreto, pudiendo insertarle la fecha, una cadena de caracteres concreta y una numeración secuencial a todas ellas para catalogarlas de forma más efectiva.

    photoscape-review-1

    Impresión de papel pautado
    Este asistente de impresión permite generar papeles con algún tipo de pauta o reglado sobre el que escribir o volver a imprimir, ya sea el rallado o interlineado de una libreta, partituras o espacios en blanco para un calendario.

    photoscape-review-2

    Explorador y visor de imágenes
    Se cierra el círculo con la otra funcionalidad inicial del programa, un visor de imágenes que nos permite navegar a través de un explorador de archivos y visualizarlas en pantalla completa para su reproducción y salto automático de galerías.

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    Mejor antivirus ESET NOD32 tutorial

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    ESET NOD32 tutorial Gratis

    ESET, es un potente antivirus que está basado en ESET NOD32 Antivirus. Consume realmente muy pocos recursos del sistema y tiene un gran nivel de detección y protección contra todo tipo de amenazas. Con este tutorial que os traigo, pretendo mostrar como se configura el programa y las opciones que trae, ya que podremos configurar todo tipo de reglas e indicarle al potente antivirus que hacer en cada ocasión con las amenazas que encuentre. ESET NOD32 es muy intuitivo y apenas notaremos su presencia ni la actividad que en cada momento realiza en nuestro PC. Trae consigo un Firewall, antispam, control parental y varias opciones que ahora vamos a analizar. Vamos allá entonces. Cómo descargar e instalar ver vídeo tutorial, si vienes del canal os recomiendo ir a la parte final

            TE FUNCIONO? DEJA TU LIKE Y UN COMENTARIO

    Eset nod32 antivirus

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    Renovar Licencia ESET NOD32 2020 Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, 100% Activado A Full un Solo Archivo Eset nod32 antivirus. En primer lugar pro- puede ver el Tutorial para RENOVAR LICENCIA ESET NOD32 2020 WINDOWS 7, 8, 8.1, 100% instalado ESET NOD 32 Antivirus en su ultima versión, con un pequeño truco lo lograra. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gytagA3FyrM

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    SEGUNDO PASO Más que nada nos dirigimos a la carpeta de descargas y copiamos LICENCIA 2019/2022 que contiene un solo archivo 2 ENTRAMOS A EQUIPO/ DICO LOCAL C ⇒PROGRAMDATA ⇒ESET ⇒ESET SECURITY ⇒LICENSE (PEGAR EN ESTA CARPETA REEMPLAZANDOLO) 3. Lo más notable y consigue el éxito REINICIAR EQUIPO 4. FINALMENTE LICENCIA EXITOSA Y VALIDADO HASTA 2019 Como resultado para más contenidos  Suscribete a Full aplicaciones pro en Youtube. 

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=8cK41HdWBaQ LINK PARA DESCARGAR LICENCIAS Y CONTRASEÑAS ESET NOD 32 2019 NOTA: SI NO PUEDES DESCARGAR para ver el enlace debes primero desactivar tu adblock, luego completas el captcha, esperas 5 segundos y bajas un poco la pagina para ver el boton “NO SOY UN ROBOT” y le das click en ella y de alli te redirigira a la pagina mega o mediafire. PEDIR LINKS EN ASUNTO EJEMPLO “LICENCIA ESET NOD32 POR MEDIAFIRE” O LICENCIA ESET NOD32  POR MEGA OS ENVIARE EL LINK DIRECTO AL CORREO O EMAIL SIN PÚBLICIDAD EN BLOC DE NOTAS.

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    Smart CCTV networks are driving an AI-powered apartheid in South Africa

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    Last week, news broke that James Dean will star in a new movie-64 years after his death. A production company called Magic City got the rights to Dean’s image from the late actor’s estate and plans to bring him to the silver screen again thanks to the wonder (or terror) of CGI. Now, Dean, or the digitally resurrected version of Dean or whatever, will play the second lead in a Vietnam War movie called Finding Jack, with a living actor standing in as his voice.

    Unsurprisingly, the announcement inspired a wave of immediate backlash around Hollywood. Chris Evans called it “awful” and “shameful,” and Elijah Wood said, simply, “NOPE.” But it turns out the intense reaction was surprising to at least one person: Magic City’s Anton Ernst, the Finding Jack director.

    Ernst told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that he’s gotten “positive feedback” about the movie and that the Dean estate has been “supportive,” saying it will inspire “a whole new generation of filmgoers to be aware of James Dean.” He didn’t see the overwhelming negativity coming. Per the Reporter:

    Ernst spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the criticisms on social media, saying he was “saddened” and “confused” over the overwhelmingly negative comments. “We don’t really understand it. We never intended for this to be a marketing gimmick,” he said.

    He also brought up Carrie Fisher’s appearance in the new Star Wars as an example of a way this posthumous CGI work can be done well, apparently missing the difference between honoring Fisher’s legacy in a role she was already scheduled to play and plopping James Dean in some random war movie half a century after his death.

    When discussing whether resurrecting Dean digitally crosses a line with regards to posthumous casting, Ernst explained, “Anyone that is brought back to life – you have to respect them.” He noted Fisher’s posthumous appearances in the Star Wars franchise, saying that if the actress had expressed never wanting to be in a film after her death, or if her legacy or that of the franchise could be “tarnished” because of her casting, “then that should be a line.”

    “I think the line should be … you must always honor the deceased’s wishes and try to act in a way that is honorable and full of dignity,” Ernst said.

    Again, this is extremely different, since Dean could never have stated he didn’t want to appear in a film after his death because, uh, how would he have imagined that was even a possibility-but whatever. Finding Jack is still headed into production with an expected release on November 11, 2020, whether we like it or not.

    Apple may be making major changes to some of its iPhone sizes next year

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    Last week, news broke that James Dean will star in a new movie-64 years after his death. A production company called Magic City got the rights to Dean’s image from the late actor’s estate and plans to bring him to the silver screen again thanks to the wonder (or terror) of CGI. Now, Dean, or the digitally resurrected version of Dean or whatever, will play the second lead in a Vietnam War movie called Finding Jack, with a living actor standing in as his voice.

    Unsurprisingly, the announcement inspired a wave of immediate backlash around Hollywood. Chris Evans called it “awful” and “shameful,” and Elijah Wood said, simply, “NOPE.” But it turns out the intense reaction was surprising to at least one person: Magic City’s Anton Ernst, the Finding Jack director.

    Ernst told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that he’s gotten “positive feedback” about the movie and that the Dean estate has been “supportive,” saying it will inspire “a whole new generation of filmgoers to be aware of James Dean.” He didn’t see the overwhelming negativity coming. Per the Reporter:

    Ernst spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the criticisms on social media, saying he was “saddened” and “confused” over the overwhelmingly negative comments. “We don’t really understand it. We never intended for this to be a marketing gimmick,” he said.

    He also brought up Carrie Fisher’s appearance in the new Star Wars as an example of a way this posthumous CGI work can be done well, apparently missing the difference between honoring Fisher’s legacy in a role she was already scheduled to play and plopping James Dean in some random war movie half a century after his death.

    When discussing whether resurrecting Dean digitally crosses a line with regards to posthumous casting, Ernst explained, “Anyone that is brought back to life – you have to respect them.” He noted Fisher’s posthumous appearances in the Star Wars franchise, saying that if the actress had expressed never wanting to be in a film after her death, or if her legacy or that of the franchise could be “tarnished” because of her casting, “then that should be a line.”

    “I think the line should be … you must always honor the deceased’s wishes and try to act in a way that is honorable and full of dignity,” Ernst said.

    Again, this is extremely different, since Dean could never have stated he didn’t want to appear in a film after his death because, uh, how would he have imagined that was even a possibility-but whatever. Finding Jack is still headed into production with an expected release on November 11, 2020, whether we like it or not.

    Elon says 250,000 people have already preordered Tesla’s new Cybertruck

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    Last week, news broke that James Dean will star in a new movie-64 years after his death. A production company called Magic City got the rights to Dean’s image from the late actor’s estate and plans to bring him to the silver screen again thanks to the wonder (or terror) of CGI. Now, Dean, or the digitally resurrected version of Dean or whatever, will play the second lead in a Vietnam War movie called Finding Jack, with a living actor standing in as his voice.

    Unsurprisingly, the announcement inspired a wave of immediate backlash around Hollywood. Chris Evans called it “awful” and “shameful,” and Elijah Wood said, simply, “NOPE.” But it turns out the intense reaction was surprising to at least one person: Magic City’s Anton Ernst, the Finding Jack director.

    Ernst told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that he’s gotten “positive feedback” about the movie and that the Dean estate has been “supportive,” saying it will inspire “a whole new generation of filmgoers to be aware of James Dean.” He didn’t see the overwhelming negativity coming. Per the Reporter:

    Ernst spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the criticisms on social media, saying he was “saddened” and “confused” over the overwhelmingly negative comments. “We don’t really understand it. We never intended for this to be a marketing gimmick,” he said.

    He also brought up Carrie Fisher’s appearance in the new Star Wars as an example of a way this posthumous CGI work can be done well, apparently missing the difference between honoring Fisher’s legacy in a role she was already scheduled to play and plopping James Dean in some random war movie half a century after his death.

    When discussing whether resurrecting Dean digitally crosses a line with regards to posthumous casting, Ernst explained, “Anyone that is brought back to life – you have to respect them.” He noted Fisher’s posthumous appearances in the Star Wars franchise, saying that if the actress had expressed never wanting to be in a film after her death, or if her legacy or that of the franchise could be “tarnished” because of her casting, “then that should be a line.”

    “I think the line should be … you must always honor the deceased’s wishes and try to act in a way that is honorable and full of dignity,” Ernst said.

    Again, this is extremely different, since Dean could never have stated he didn’t want to appear in a film after his death because, uh, how would he have imagined that was even a possibility-but whatever. Finding Jack is still headed into production with an expected release on November 11, 2020, whether we like it or not.

    Artists used deepfake tech to tell alternate moon landing history

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    Last week, news broke that James Dean will star in a new movie-64 years after his death. A production company called Magic City got the rights to Dean’s image from the late actor’s estate and plans to bring him to the silver screen again thanks to the wonder (or terror) of CGI. Now, Dean, or the digitally resurrected version of Dean or whatever, will play the second lead in a Vietnam War movie called Finding Jack, with a living actor standing in as his voice.

    Unsurprisingly, the announcement inspired a wave of immediate backlash around Hollywood. Chris Evans called it “awful” and “shameful,” and Elijah Wood said, simply, “NOPE.” But it turns out the intense reaction was surprising to at least one person: Magic City’s Anton Ernst, the Finding Jack director.

    Ernst told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that he’s gotten “positive feedback” about the movie and that the Dean estate has been “supportive,” saying it will inspire “a whole new generation of filmgoers to be aware of James Dean.” He didn’t see the overwhelming negativity coming. Per the Reporter:

    Ernst spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the criticisms on social media, saying he was “saddened” and “confused” over the overwhelmingly negative comments. “We don’t really understand it. We never intended for this to be a marketing gimmick,” he said.

    He also brought up Carrie Fisher’s appearance in the new Star Wars as an example of a way this posthumous CGI work can be done well, apparently missing the difference between honoring Fisher’s legacy in a role she was already scheduled to play and plopping James Dean in some random war movie half a century after his death.

    When discussing whether resurrecting Dean digitally crosses a line with regards to posthumous casting, Ernst explained, “Anyone that is brought back to life – you have to respect them.” He noted Fisher’s posthumous appearances in the Star Wars franchise, saying that if the actress had expressed never wanting to be in a film after her death, or if her legacy or that of the franchise could be “tarnished” because of her casting, “then that should be a line.”

    “I think the line should be … you must always honor the deceased’s wishes and try to act in a way that is honorable and full of dignity,” Ernst said.

    Again, this is extremely different, since Dean could never have stated he didn’t want to appear in a film after his death because, uh, how would he have imagined that was even a possibility-but whatever. Finding Jack is still headed into production with an expected release on November 11, 2020, whether we like it or not.

    Lights that warn planes of obstacles were exposed to Open Internet

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    Last week, news broke that James Dean will star in a new movie-64 years after his death. A production company called Magic City got the rights to Dean’s image from the late actor’s estate and plans to bring him to the silver screen again thanks to the wonder (or terror) of CGI. Now, Dean, or the digitally resurrected version of Dean or whatever, will play the second lead in a Vietnam War movie called Finding Jack, with a living actor standing in as his voice.

    Unsurprisingly, the announcement inspired a wave of immediate backlash around Hollywood. Chris Evans called it “awful” and “shameful,” and Elijah Wood said, simply, “NOPE.” But it turns out the intense reaction was surprising to at least one person: Magic City’s Anton Ernst, the Finding Jack director.

    Ernst told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that he’s gotten “positive feedback” about the movie and that the Dean estate has been “supportive,” saying it will inspire “a whole new generation of filmgoers to be aware of James Dean.” He didn’t see the overwhelming negativity coming. Per the Reporter:

    Ernst spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the criticisms on social media, saying he was “saddened” and “confused” over the overwhelmingly negative comments. “We don’t really understand it. We never intended for this to be a marketing gimmick,” he said.

    He also brought up Carrie Fisher’s appearance in the new Star Wars as an example of a way this posthumous CGI work can be done well, apparently missing the difference between honoring Fisher’s legacy in a role she was already scheduled to play and plopping James Dean in some random war movie half a century after his death.

    When discussing whether resurrecting Dean digitally crosses a line with regards to posthumous casting, Ernst explained, “Anyone that is brought back to life – you have to respect them.” He noted Fisher’s posthumous appearances in the Star Wars franchise, saying that if the actress had expressed never wanting to be in a film after her death, or if her legacy or that of the franchise could be “tarnished” because of her casting, “then that should be a line.”

    “I think the line should be … you must always honor the deceased’s wishes and try to act in a way that is honorable and full of dignity,” Ernst said.

    Again, this is extremely different, since Dean could never have stated he didn’t want to appear in a film after his death because, uh, how would he have imagined that was even a possibility-but whatever. Finding Jack is still headed into production with an expected release on November 11, 2020, whether we like it or not.

    Watch this ultra-hypnotic supercomputer simulation of galaxies feasting

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    Last week, news broke that James Dean will star in a new movie-64 years after his death. A production company called Magic City got the rights to Dean’s image from the late actor’s estate and plans to bring him to the silver screen again thanks to the wonder (or terror) of CGI. Now, Dean, or the digitally resurrected version of Dean or whatever, will play the second lead in a Vietnam War movie called Finding Jack, with a living actor standing in as his voice.

    Unsurprisingly, the announcement inspired a wave of immediate backlash around Hollywood. Chris Evans called it “awful” and “shameful,” and Elijah Wood said, simply, “NOPE.” But it turns out the intense reaction was surprising to at least one person: Magic City’s Anton Ernst, the Finding Jack director.

    Ernst told the Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that he’s gotten “positive feedback” about the movie and that the Dean estate has been “supportive,” saying it will inspire “a whole new generation of filmgoers to be aware of James Dean.” He didn’t see the overwhelming negativity coming. Per the Reporter:

    Ernst spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the criticisms on social media, saying he was “saddened” and “confused” over the overwhelmingly negative comments. “We don’t really understand it. We never intended for this to be a marketing gimmick,” he said.

    He also brought up Carrie Fisher’s appearance in the new Star Wars as an example of a way this posthumous CGI work can be done well, apparently missing the difference between honoring Fisher’s legacy in a role she was already scheduled to play and plopping James Dean in some random war movie half a century after his death.

    When discussing whether resurrecting Dean digitally crosses a line with regards to posthumous casting, Ernst explained, “Anyone that is brought back to life – you have to respect them.” He noted Fisher’s posthumous appearances in the Star Wars franchise, saying that if the actress had expressed never wanting to be in a film after her death, or if her legacy or that of the franchise could be “tarnished” because of her casting, “then that should be a line.”

    “I think the line should be … you must always honor the deceased’s wishes and try to act in a way that is honorable and full of dignity,” Ernst said.

    Again, this is extremely different, since Dean could never have stated he didn’t want to appear in a film after his death because, uh, how would he have imagined that was even a possibility-but whatever. Finding Jack is still headed into production with an expected release on November 11, 2020, whether we like it or not.

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