After decades of serving as the voice of Darth Vader in the “Star Wars” film franchise, James Earl Jones is handing his duties over to technology. According to NBC News, the renowned actor has officially signed off on archival voice recordings, a system being used by beginner filmmakers who are planning to use artificial intelligence (AI) to recreate Jones’ younger voice from the franchise’s previous films. The Voice of Cinema’s greatest villain, James Earl Jones, has officially retired from voicing Darth Vader For the rest of my life, I will always love James Earl Jones for what he gave to Star Wars and my life. #WeLoveYouJames pic.twitter.com/m2kmLL0lqS — Okiro (@TheFirstOkiro) September 24, 2022
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There is no bond like that of a father and son. While society may have folks believing that those relationships entail throwing a football around in the yard, or someone’s dad teaching them the inner workings and the ins and outs of the coolest car, that’s not the case for all. For instance, Kerwin and Keith Yarde have a deep connection thanks to one of the most iconic installments in entertainment, “Star Wars.” So much so that it led them to their very own show, Father. Son. Galaxy: A Star Wars Podcast, where viewers can dive deep into the space fantasy and get all the feels from the dynamic duo. While they both have a love for the franchise, both Kerwin and Keith came into the galaxy in their own way. “I was 12-years-old when I saw my first ‘Star Wars’ movie, ‘The Empire Strikes Back,’ and ‘The Return to Jedi’ in ’83. Then I saw the prequel trilogy,” Kerwin explained. “When Keith was born, there was talk of Lucas Film putting together the sequel trilogy and at the time, we were...
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