ByIsaias Avellaneda, writer at
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As all of you know, Star Wars has been getting a lot of criticism about the Episode 7. Many fans say that Disney shouldn't use a lot of CGI because it not essential to the plot. But can CGI actually save the Star Wars movies?

Disney produced the sequel to Tron called Tron: Legacy. In the movie, Jeff Bridges has two roles, being Kevin Flynn and a computer program overlord. With the use of CGI, a younger looking Jeff was created to go along with the movie.

CGI Jeff Bridges
Real Jeff Bridges

This use of CGI can be used in future Star Wars films. J.J. Abrams just needs to hire Eric Barba and his team to create younger looking faces of Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford.


Will this use of CGI save Star Wars?

Let me know what you guys think below.


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