Disney’s ‘Tron’ movie reverse-ages Jeff Bridges (AP)

In this undated photo released by Disney Enterprises, Inc. showing actor Jeff Bridges shown in 'Tron: Legacy.' Bridges will play himself, at his natural age, and a computerized avatar called “Clu,” who hasn’t aged since around the time he was first created for the first “Tron” movie, in 1982. Clu bears Bridges’ face, altered to make him about 35 years old, but it’s grafted onto the body of a younger actor. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises Inc.) NO SALESAP – Hollywood has famously had better luck using makeup to make young actors look old — like Russell Crowe in “A Beautiful Mind” — than making old actors look young. But the ability to manipulate images digitally could prove to be a fountain of youth for actors getting long in the tooth.

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