New Yorker's Maraget Talbot Talks About Digital Cloning of Actors on Q for 5-3

Jun 3, 2014

TODAY on "Q" 

-- The New Yorker's MARGARET TALBOT talks about the digital cloning of actors and why these computer-generated renditions could be a game-changer for Hollywood, from casting cheaper body doubles instead of big name stars... to allowing actors to keep 'younger' versions of themselves... to keeping actors "alive" post-posthumously.

-- Lawyer and writer MARK SAKAMOTO discusses his memoir "Forgiveness", about the two sides of his family: one, Japanese-Canadian, that found themselves interred in an Alberta work farm during WWII, and the other, a Canadian soldier, who found himself a POW held in Japan.