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Watch: Joaquin Phoenix Playing The Video Game In 'Her,' Animator Announces Release Of First Real Game

20 June 2014 7:54 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

After a seriously ridiculous string of parodies and mashups (and let's not forget James Franco's ruminations on the movie), here's a look back on Spike Jonze's lovely, aching and bruising "Her" that turns the spotlight on a portion of the film you might have forgotten about. As the movie lays out its not-so-distant future world, among the technologies that are laid out—including the very personalized, Siri-esque O.S.—are immersive, interactive, gesture-controlled, 3D video games. It's sorta like Kinect on crack and with much more filthy language. Anyway, the film's animator David OReilly cut together an edited video of those sequences, with Joaquin Phoenix playing the alien world game, and not only that, has announced his first actual real game. And sorry, it's not the one from "Her." Instead, it's called "Mountain," but it certainly does allow for lots of player input. Here's Mashable's summary of what »

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