How would correct credibility work?
While it may seem, Cushing was the image of Tarkin, currently Guy Henry is the only actor credited. Christopher Campbell respectively stated that, “Peter Cushing wasn't in Rogue One, he wasn't credited in it, Guy Henry the actor who actually played Tarkin was.” Even if the main character is the same, but the actors are different, credibility is still very keen and important. Kristy Puchko, says “that studios don't own people, and people are not persona’s so taking their voice and likeness is repugnant and wrong.” If the future is going to include the usage of CGI for recreating dead actors, it feels more moral and correct to credit them as the likeness of that character. Since it is their entire person, that is being mimicked.
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