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Jackson's Company to Bring to Life "Black Sheep"

Black Sheep Peter Jackson's film facility WETA Workshop will play a role in bringing "Black Sheep" to life, according to the New Zealand Herald. It will receive financial backing from South Korea's Daesung Group, an energy corporation. The film will tell the story of genentically engineered sheep that attack their human captors.

This story is another in long line of films that prove, that one cannot enhance a creature, without making it evil. --Terrence Ryan


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