Company That Kinda Brought Tupac Back To Life Declares Bankruptcy

Sad news in the world of special effects today as The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Digital Domain Media Group, the company responsible for the Tupac Hologram that made headlines following its Coachella debut, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

While the Tupac hologram, which was really the product of Illuminati magic and thus not a real hologram, was the most recent effort of note from Digital Domain, their special effects work can be seen in a number of major motion pictures and television projects. The company, founded by deep sea explorer and occasional director James Cameron, has provided effects for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Speed Racer, and Titanic, amongst other projects.