They Killed Tupac Again

According to CNN Digital Domain is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.   Digital Domain (DDMG) which just went public in November last traded shares at .55 cents with their peak being $9.20 in May.

Digital Domain has been a heavy hitter in the special effects industry working on films like “Transformers” and “Pirates of the Caribbean”  but most recently made news with virtual Tupac at this last years Coachella music festival.

Here is a video of Virtual Tupac if by chance you’ve lived in a dark room listening to Rebecca Black all these months.

 

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