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''(The posters and shots of the movies mentioned are shown with Aki's face Photoshopped onto some of the characters) ''
 
''(The posters and shots of the movies mentioned are shown with Aki's face Photoshopped onto some of the characters) ''
   
'''NC (vo):''' So you could have ''[[The Incredibles]]'' starring Aki Ross, ''[[Next Best Christmas Specials|Polar Express]]'' starring Aki Ross, maybe even cross into live-action movies, like ''Bad Santa'' with Aki Ross, or ''[[The Cat in the Hat|Cat in the Hat]]'' with Aki Ross. ''(After a beat, "???" appears on screen)'' I don't know. It's a weird idea! On the one hand, the lines of artistic identity are being blurred all the time, with animated musical groups like ''(promo posters of...)'' Gorillaz and Miku being such big hits. But something about this just seems...silly. I mean, what? ''(More pictures followed by Photoshopped ones are shown, including one from 2017's ''[[Justice League]]'')'' Is Gollum gonna play a [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)|Ninja Turtle]]? Is [[Shrek]] gonna play Superman's upper lip? Is [[Rogue One: A Star Wars Story|General]] [[Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Disneycember)|Tarkin]] gonna play [[Star Wars: The Phantom Menace|Jar Jar]]? Is [[Avengers: Infinity War|Thanos]] gonna play Sonic the Hedgehog?! ''(At this point, the poster for the already infamous then-upcoming 2019 ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' movie is shown with Thanos' face on the main character's, followed by a caption that reads...)'' Please? I guess in children's media, we've kind of done this before, ''(The posters for ''[[Fun and Fancy Free|Mickey and the Beanstalk]]'','' [[The Muppet Christmas Carol ]]''and the shot of Bugs Bunny wearing a Superman suit are shown)'' putting Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny and the Muppets in different roles, but that's usually more for laughs. And even then, they usually don't stray far away from their well-known personalities. They don't act much different, outside of the characteristics we already know them for...which is exactly what acting is supposed to be, for the most part. ''(As he says this, images of Jack Nicholson and Jeff Goldblum are shown) ''I mean, if Aki Ross played Sadness in ''[[Inside Out]]'', does that mean we couldn't change the way she look to match the character because it's already a designed virtual actress? Or would we morph her to look like the character, defeating the purpose of the virtual actress? The whole thing's a little odd. But people the time were convinced this was going to be the next big thing.
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'''NC (vo):''' So you could have ''[[The Incredibles]]'' starring Aki Ross, ''[[Next Best Christmas Specials|Polar Express]]'' starring Aki Ross, maybe even cross into live-action movies, like ''Bad Santa'' with Aki Ross, or ''[[The Cat in the Hat|Cat in the Hat]]'' with Aki Ross. ''(After a beat, "???" appears on screen)'' I don't know. It's a weird idea! On the one hand, the lines of artistic identity are being blurred all the time, with animated musical groups like ''(promo posters of...)'' Gorillaz and Miku being such big hits. But something about this just seems...silly. I mean, what? ''(More pictures followed by Photoshopped ones are shown, including one from 2017's ''Justice League'')'' Is Gollum gonna play a [[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)|Ninja Turtle]]? Is [[Shrek]] gonna play Superman's upper lip? Is [[Rogue One: A Star Wars Story|General]] [[Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Disneycember)|Tarkin]] gonna play [[Star Wars: The Phantom Menace|Jar Jar]]? Is [[Avengers: Infinity War|Thanos]] gonna play Sonic the Hedgehog?! ''(At this point, the poster for the already infamous then-upcoming 2019 ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' movie is shown with Thanos' face on the main character's, followed by a caption that reads...)'' Please? I guess in children's media, we've kind of done this before, ''(The posters for ''[[Fun and Fancy Free|Mickey and the Beanstalk]]'','' [[The Muppet Christmas Carol ]]''and the shot of Bugs Bunny wearing a Superman suit are shown)'' putting Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny and the Muppets in different roles, but that's usually more for laughs. And even then, they usually don't stray far away from their well-known personalities. They don't act much different, outside of the characteristics we already know them for...which is exactly what acting is supposed to be, for the most part. ''(As he says this, images of Jack Nicholson and Jeff Goldblum are shown) ''I mean, if Aki Ross played Sadness in ''[[Inside Out]]'', does that mean we couldn't change the way she look to match the character because it's already a designed virtual actress? Or would we morph her to look like the character, defeating the purpose of the virtual actress? The whole thing's a little odd. But people the time were convinced this was going to be the next big thing.
   
 
''(The clip of the ABC TV spot of the movie is shown)''
 
''(The clip of the ABC TV spot of the movie is shown)''
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