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Chris Evans Slams Idea of James Dean Returning to Screen Via CGI Decades After His Death

Just Jared Thursday, 7 November 2019
News broke this week that James Dean, who passed away in the 1950s, would be returning to the screen via CGI using actual footage and photos from his life. His voice will be voiced by a different actor. Well, many in Hollywood are against this idea and one of the stars to speak out against [...]
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News video: Hollywood Responds to James Dean CGI Casting | THR News

Hollywood Responds to James Dean CGI Casting | THR News 01:55

James Dean has been cast in a Vietnam War-era action-drama 64 years after his death, creating a social media uproar with those in the industry.

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