In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, Weta Digital General Manager Tom Greally 

In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, Weta Digital General Manager Tom Greally stands in front of a large bank of servers  with the computing power of 30,000 laptops used for animation work in the companies Wellington studios in New Zealand. Weta Digital is the centerpiece of a filmmaking empire that Peter Jackson and close collaborators have built in his New Zealand hometown, realizing his dream of bringing a slice of Hollywood to Wellington. It’s a one-stop shop for making major movies - not only his own, but other blockbusters like “Avatar” and “The Avengers” and hoped-for blockbusters like next year’s “Man of Steel.”  (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
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In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, Weta Digital General Manager Tom Greally stands in front of a large bank of servers with the computing power of 30,000 laptops used for animation work in the companies Wellington studios in New Zealand. Weta Digital is the centerpiece of a filmmaking empire that Peter Jackson and close collaborators have built in his New Zealand hometown, realizing his dream of bringing a slice of Hollywood to Wellington. It’s a one-stop shop for making major movies - not only his own, but other blockbusters like “Avatar” and “The Avengers” and hoped-for blockbusters like next year’s “Man of Steel.” (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
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