“Justice League had a budget of $300 million,” Deep Fakes explained. “I used a $500 computer bought off Craigslist and free deepfakes software to teach an AI how to digitally remove Henry Cavill’s mustache in a variety of situations.”
The winner: Mr. $500 computer, by a mile.
Folks on Twitter thought the new switcheroo was, for the most part, uh, super.
I see the teeth and the lip movement are more natural on $500 pc. Hmmm
— Who dat Who dat Who dat Girl? (@rizanti_) February 7, 2018
Henry Cavill's mustache is digitally edited out of a movie, and has to appear somewhere else, its existence is eternal, a universal constant. it is nestling hairily in your refrigerator, brushing up against the cheese.
— village fetish (@botandy) February 8, 2018
With the access to special effects, and animation how does a studio of this magnitude screw this up so badly WTF ????!?!?!
— J-Money (@jturner66) February 8, 2018
Still looks weird but it's definitely without a doubt way better than the movie one.
— Irayda E. Tejeda R. (@tigrezangel) February 8, 2018