Should ANDY SERKIS Win An Oscar?
Andy Serkis' role in Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes has yet again raised the question of whether motion capture performances should receiving academy awards. Hit the jump for The Weekly Planet teams's take on whether or not this will ever happen, or even if it matters at all.
Andy Serkis' work as a predominantly motion capture performer has changed the way movies are made. Over the years he's put in pioneering work in the Lord Of The Rings films, King Kong, Tin Tin, two Planet Of The Apes films and upcoming roles in The Avengers: Age Of Ultron and Star Wars: Episode VII. But does his achievments entitle him to an academy award considering the amount of CGI involved? Check out the embedded video below for Mr Sunday and Mason's view on the matter. And be sure to share your thoughts below and to subscribe to Mr Sunday's new channel, youtube.com/mrsundaymovies.
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