The idea of a live-action American remake of the seminal anime movie Akira has always seemed like a disaster in the making to me, and the fact that the movie has languished in various forms of development hell seems to corroborate that idea. But after seeing this concept art of Chris Evans and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in…
Fallout 4’s concept art looks hot. Take a peek at some of the stuff you’ll see in the official Fallout 4 art book here.
Jeff Bunker spends a large portion of his day playing with toys. One minute he’ll be thinking up new poses for Mickey Mouse and the next he’ll be detailing the newest Darth Vader combo attack. He’s a lucky man.
The answer appears to be “A lot.” The storm, the design of the cars, the chastity belts, the water distributing skull ... so much made it from this 1999 electro-board print-out, shared by film editor Will McCrabb on Twitter. See the original tweet below.
Yesterday, we learned that Disney is adding some absolutely massive Star Wars expansions to their Florida and California parks. Now here’s a video showing the highlights of Bob Iger’s keynote speech—along with more concept art that wasn’t officially released.
In her delightfully titled “Scooby Doo, When Are You?” series, artist Julia Wytrazek has perfectly imagined what Velma, Daphne, Shaggy, and Fred would have worn from 1910 through to the ’90s. I might be biased, but I like Velma’s looks the best.
For his After Effects class final project, Christopher Haley made a title sequence for the not-in-existence Black Widow movie. It has an obvious inspiration, but if you’re making a spy movie, why not pay tribute to Bond?
Brian Bolland's illustration "Joker Trophy Wall" is already a pretty gruesome piece of art, with the Joker enjoying a pipe and a drink in front of the heads of rictus-grinning superheroes. Now Joker cosplayer and photographer Anthony Misiano has brought it to life as a photograph.
Redditor jessmeixing was commissioned by the creators of Royal Guards, a Zelda web series that's currently on IndieGoGo, to paint this piece of concept art of Hyrule Castle from Ocarina of Time. It's pretty darn good, and my crappy GIF really doesn't do it justice, so make sure to check out the original pic below.
Weta's put a huge amount of concept art from The Battle of the Five Armies. The level of detail going into the costumes, weapons, and fight scenes is simply incredible.
What Exodus may have lacked in script and casting, it made up for in spectacle. The plagues and ancient temples were insane. Behold the magic in these before and after wipes.
Guess what? Neill Blomkamp was working on a secret Alien project that included Sigourney Weaver reuniting with Corporal Hicks, and the concept art is gorgeous. But now it's dead, or was never going to be made in the first place, and I'm just going to scream "PROMETHEUS" into a pillow all day until I pass out from…
Neill Cameron's perfectly titled "Parks and Trek" series reimagines the inhabitants of Pawnee as the crew of the Enterprise, circa The Next Generation. If this had been the real crew of the show, Commander Ron Swanson would have ensured that the show didn't have to grow the beard.
Assassin's Creed Unity has some very pretty concept art. This GIF was made from a series of three drawings depicting the Café Théâtre, posted by Ubisoft's David Alvarez to the Polycount forum's Unity art dump thread. Check it out to see some more of the textures, models and concepts people have created for the game.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 introducer Paul Giamatti's Rhino with the promise of seeing him more in Sinister Six/Amazing Spider-Man 2. In that iteration, his armor was a giant one-man-tank thing, put together out of surplus Cold War military gear. But earlier versions of the character, revealed in this concept art by Steffen…
That's the thing about Deadpool: he warps the reality of every medium he's translated to. And, in this print from Marco D'Alfonso, neither the Joes nor Deadpool has quite figured out how this crossover makes sense.