Today, I came across artwork that was created for Alex Proyas' cancelled film, Paradise Lost. The ambitious movie, that would've starred Bradley Cooper as Lucifer, was scrapped over a year ago due to budget concerns. Now, come marvel at what could've been.
Entertainment vehicle designer, Harald Belker, has sent us some exclusive concept art, that includes Kryptonian vehicles for Brett Ratner's Superman: Flyby and alternate designs for Green Goblin's glider, for Sam Raimi's Spider-Man.
Hit the jump to check out wonderful concept art that was created for Sam Raimi's box office juggernaut, Oz: The Great and Powerful. The artwork was created by Dylan Cole and Daphne Yap.
I found out some news posted in a forum so decided to share this here. Have a look.
Many of you know StudioADI created the fat suit that Kevin Durand wore while portraying a portlier version of Frederick J. Dukes in 20th Century Fox's X-Men Origins: Wolverine. What you may not know, is that StudioADI experimented with a mechanical Blob suit.
A lot of people have been up in arms thinking that Jimmy Olsen would be replaced in Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel by a female version of the character named Jenny. While Jenny will be in the movie, she is not replacing Jimmy.
Tom Woodruff Jr., from StudioADI, shares some behind-the-scenes information about making the Spidey suit for Sam Raimi's Spider-Man (2002). He also reveals what it was like working with Tobey Maguire, and the actor's battle with claustrophobia.
Hit the jump to check out another deleted scene from X-Men: The Last Stand. This one features Wolverine, Storm and Kitty Pryde having a meeting with the President of the United States of America.
He's been the main villain in almost every Superman movie since the beginning. We had hoped that Superman's infamous foe would NOT appear in Man of Steel, but according to a fanboy who supposedly screened the movie, he does exert some influence in MOS. Follow the jump if you dare.
In brightest day, in blackest night: no Green Lantern concept art shall escape my sight. Come see art that Seth Engstrom created, including designs for: Parallax and Hal Jordan's constructs and ring blasts. Also, behind the scenes photos of the makeup effects.
A couple of days ago we got some pretty exciting news, that Christopher Nolan will be producing Justice League, and could possibly bring back Christian Bale as Batman. However, my source is saying something a little different, click here to check it out.
Conceptual illustrator and storyboard artist, Tim Burgard, has sent over X-Men 3 storyboards that show Wolverine peering in on Scott Summers (James Marsden) getting over one woman by getting under another. Also, an alternate first encounter between Logan and Beast.
Conceptual illustrator and storyboard artist, Tim Burgard, has sent me storyboards that he created for X-Men: The Last Stand that feature a deleted Danger Room scene involving Bobby (Iceman), Kitty Pryde, and multiple Sentinels. Hit the jump to check them out.
We've previously featured unused logo and poster designs from conceptual designer, Thom Schillinger, for X-Men 2, X-Men: The Last Stand, Daredevil, now take a look at what he conjured up for X-Men: First Class and X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Houston cosplayer, Jennifer Van Damsel, has created a remarkably unique, feminine take on the Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Stephen Strange costume. She was also kind enough to send us an exclusive first look at images from her most recent photo shoot. Check them out!
Conceptual illustrator, Alfonso de la Torre, has uploaded his artistic contributions to the Green Lantern online and they include alternate designs for the Green Lantern Corps, Oa civilians, and unused constructs created by Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds).
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Can Otto keep the promise that he will not kill? Will he forgive The Massacre again? Check out this article to find out.
Conceptual designer, Thom Schillinger, created over 200 logos for Bryan Singer's X-Men 2 and created logos, billboards and posters for Brett Ratner's X-Men: The Last Stand. Check them out!
During the Senate hearing scene, with Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark) and Gary Shandling (Senator Stern), you briefly saw a few failed attempts by the international community to make their own Iron Man armor. Come see some that didn't make it into the movie.
Warner Bros., the distributor of The Dark Knight Rises had planned animated one-sheets that featured Bane and Batman's heads sculpted from ammunition and firearms. Thankfully, the studio decided to pass on that marketing campaign. Check them out!