FANTASTIC FOUR 2: Alternate Look Of Johnny Storm After Swapping Powers With Thing
Matte painter and concept artist, Dark Hoffman ("Thor"), lent his artistic skills to Tim Story's Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Come see an alternate design for Johnny Storm (Chris Evans) after he swapped superpowers with Thing (Michael Chiklis).
In Tim Story's Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Johnny Storm, played by Chris Evans ("Captain America: The Winter Soldier") has an encounter with the Silver Surfer that allows him to swap superpowers with members of his superhero team. In one memorable scene, Ben Grimm/Thing, played by Michael Chiklis ("The Commish"), is intrigued by Johnny's new ability and when he touches Johnny, Ben swaps his Thing form for Johnny's Human Torch powers. Flame on! Of course, Johnny is not pleased with his new rock-like skin and freaks out. It's a fairly humorous scene, but it could've looked a bit different. The image above, that's a piece of concept art that artist Dark Hoffman rendered for the film. As you can see, it is a much bulkier version of a transformed Johnny Storm as compared to the theaterical version that was ultimately chosen. Images of the final version and a video of that scene are below. Do you guys/gals prefer the final or the alternate design?
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FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF SILVER SURFER was directed by Tim Story, based on a screenplay by Don Payne and Mark Frost. The cast included: Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Michael Chiklis, Julian McMahon and Kerry Washington. With a budget of $130 million, the film pulled in $289 million at the worldwide box office.
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