Jack Sparrow at two stages of his life in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales."
Disney via AP
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Johnny Depp is 53 years old but he doesn't look a day over 26 in the new "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. There was no plastic surgeon involved, either, no heavy makeup or archival footage used to take the actor back to his boyish "Cry Baby" face. It's all postproduction, and after a decade of refining the process since Brad Pitt's turn in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," it's becoming commonplace in Hollywood movies.The pioneer behind "Benjamin Button," Lola Visual Effects is responsible for Depp's transformation, and Marvel tricks that have included making Chris Evans scrawny for the original "Captain America".In the case of Depp, the process starts with capturing a performance from the actor and then manipulating it.
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