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If any one of them fails, you're left with something that doesn't look real. With the difference in features and proportions, there's an element of creative interpretation in the work, but the idea is that, viewed side by side, the digital model of Junior would replicate Smith's original performance in all its physiognomic nuance. For some sequences, that fine-tuning took as long as 12 months; rendering a Junior shot alone took hours or days.

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The stakes were high. This was, as Westhofer said, the holy grail, and a failure to produce a believable Junior would rain down mockery. By early , Westenhofer felt they had produced sequences that finally felt in sync. Then, the dawning realization—it's alive.

Synthespian, virtual actor, vactor, cyberstar, de-aged, youthified: Whatever you want to call them, a new breed of performer is on the rise. They're increasingly digital—and decreasingly lifelike.

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For years, digital humans were little more than disposable alternatives to flesh-and-blood actors, mercilessly dispatched to cop a mauling from a T. The film Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within was notable for attempting to have digital humans in starring roles. But it wasn't until 's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button , making use of new photographic techniques to study and simulate human skin, that a digital human pulled off a sustained and convincing performance: an aged Brad Pitt, computer-generated from the neck up.

Tron: Legacy followed, with a young, somewhat glassy-eyed Jeff Bridges; a passable digital Arnold Schwarzenegger stomped into Terminator Genisys. Some of the most important technical developments, though, were made in the service of nonhuman characters. When the actor Paul Walker died during production of Furious 7 , Weta was able to complete his performance. In the film, more than shots of a digital Paul Walker were integrated with existing footage.

Gemini Man represents the next step in the evolution of the technology. Martin Scorsese's The Irishman , slated for release by Netflix in the fall, is expected to feature Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci wearing their digital—not merely de-aged—younger mugs like hockey masks. The crux of the challenge: Humans are tricky to dupe when it comes to human faces, our neurons firing alarm signals at the slightest indication that something is off. If you're not quite there, it's actually disturbing to look at.

We're averse to impostors. Also, some faces are simply harder to replicate. But even more fundamentally, moviegoers have a tendency to regard any CG actor warily, waiting for the anomalous jolt, the telltale glitch. Smith's mind, at least, is sufficiently blown by Weta's achievement in Gemini Man. But really, credible human performances will get easier, cheaper, and more efficient to counterfeit, and when that happens, there ought to be no shortage of job opportunities for a perennially ageless Will Smith. Not just for more stories involving clones, time travel, identical twins, and time-traveling identical clone twins, but also for dramatic roles that mostly eluded him in his twenties or, you know, a Fresh Prince reboot.

He would personally love to see Junior in a romantic comedy, he says, perhaps alongside a digitally resurrected performer from a bygone era. I saw a movie with me and Audrey Hepburn. I don't know where that came from, but I was like, oh my God. And now the technology exists! Smith predicts, too, that he could more easily assume different body types; instead of physically transforming for roles, as he did for 's Ali , he could wear a beefier digital body.

Or the likeness of a historical figure. And who's to say that the Will Smith avatar always needs to be piloted by the actual Will Smith? He could authorize another actor to do the job or entrust the performance entirely to the director and animators. By unsettling coincidence, ersatz humans are on the rise outside of the movies. In June, Smith unwittingly starred in a deepfake of his own, a viral video of his face transplanted onto the body of Cardi B being interviewed on The Tonight Show. Compared with the two years' worth of work done by hundreds of professionals, the quality of the Cardi B video, along with other deepfakes, is awfully crude.

Still, the drive to fool the viewer is the same, as is the worry: Weta's breakthroughs give filmmakers the ability to depict performers, living or deceased, saying or doing things they never said or did. That might not seem like such a problem in the film industry, where creating illusions is the whole point. But it does suggest that performers will have to start being vigilant about safeguarding the rights to their image if they submit to a scanner.

For the rest of us, these technologies continue to stretch the boundaries of believability—onscreen and off. Decades ago, people were alarmed to realize that photographs could be retouched or manipulated and could no longer be seen as an unbiased record of reality. More than visual effects artists spent two years digitally building a young version of will Smith.