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Movie actors past and present can now star on screen together without stepping in front of a camera, as revealed in a new documentary Tech To The Future.
Die Hard star Willis, 67, is the first Hollywood star to sell his rights to the Georgia-based tech firm Deepcake, allowing his moving and talking image to be used in films, TV or commercials.
This groundbreaking contract paves the way for deceased stars to be brought back to life. Willis has already "starred" in a Russian phone advert, with engineers attaching his digitally-created head to a human body double.Read more on msn.com