How one young director used free software to create the Back to the Future Deepfake
firstname.lastname@example.org (Heath McKnight)
Back in mid-February 2020, a deepfake video of Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland went viral replacing Christopher Lloyd and Matthew J. Fox in the classic film, Back to the Future. The VFX were flawless, all the way down to their lips matching the original actors voices. (...)
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