Constance Wu, who voices Skunk in "Crow: The Legend,” is here seen discussing "Crazy Rich Asians" at AOL Studios, Aug. 14, in New York.
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It's been around for decades, but, unlike regular 3D, virtual reality has yet to make a big impact in the movie industry, something a maker of Hollywood animations believes can change – if the films are good enough. Eric Darnell, who co-wrote and directed the "Madagascar" movies, showed his own VR film at the Venice Film Festival this week, "Crow: The Legend," in which the viewer is immersed in the story of a mythical bird that has to fly to the sun to bring back warmth to the Earth.Darnell said he was attracted to VR after becoming "a little bit stale" making regular animation.
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