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A CGI James Dean is cast in new film, sparking an outcry

The Age Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
James Dean hasn't been alive in 64 years, but the Rebel Without a Cause actor has been cast in a new film about the Vietnam War.
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James Dean to Star in New Vietnam Movie Thanks to CGI. Dean, who died at the age of 24 in 1955, will be digitally recreated for the film, 'Finding Jack.'. Dean's likeness will be used for a character named Rogan in the Vietnam War action-drama. . 'Finding Jack' centers on thousands of army dogs who...

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