NY club to show holograms of dead comedians

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JAMESTOWN, NY - If you missed out on seeing some of comedy's best performers at their prime, you may be interested in the National Comedy Center, which will start being built this summer in Jamestown, New York.

The new theater will feature the likes of Rodney Dangerfield, Bob Hope, George Carlin, and more (as long as families and estates don't get in the way). But those acts won't just be played on boring old 2D screens, they will be shown as holograms. No joke!

The company that's making it happen has done similar representations of Jimmy Kimmel and even Julian Assange. Think of this as dead comic standing.

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