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Watch WETA Transform Rosa Salazar Into Alita: Battle Angel’s Living Weapon

There’s much to be said about the rest of Robert Rodriguez’ Alita: Battle Angel. But the two things that stand out most about the film are actress Rosa Salazar’s performance, and how much work the movie’s VFX put into making her look like the most lifelike cyborg to ever set foot outside of the uncanny valley. Read More >>

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Rosa Salazar Shines in an Otherwise Unfocused Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel is an ambitious project, one that’s been years in the making, but the end result falls short. It’s a middling sci-fi drama, fuelled by clunky exposition and special effects that might look cool now but won’t hold up. The film’s only saving grace is the actual angel leading the way. Read More >>

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Alita: Battle Angel’s New Trailer Digs Into the Heart of the Most Advanced Weapon Ever

It’s been nearly a year since the first trailer for Alita: Battle Angeldirected by Robert Rodriguez, co-produced and co-written by James Cameron, the project’s longtime champion – startled us with the main character’s exaggerated, distractingly creepy eyes. Read More >>

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The Giant Eyes of Alita: Battle Angel Are a Little Less Creepy in Its New Trailer

It’s been eight months since we first got a glimpse of Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel, and even now, the top point of discussion around the movie has been Alita’s giant, manga-inspired, and very unsettling eyeballs. But the latest trailer has seemingly made some tweaks so that Alita’s cyborg shell looks a little less massively disconcerting. Read More >>