Metal Gear concept art

Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Kong: Skull Island) has been interested in making a Metal Gear movie for years. He’s totally immersed himself in the world of the popular video game series, even befriending creator Hideo Kojima, and I can’t wait to see what he eventually does with a movie version.

To celebrate the 31st anniversary of the original Metal Gear game, Vogt-Roberts has announced that over the next 31 days, he’s going to be sharing pieces of fan art that might influence the look of the eventual film – assuming it ever makes it into production. Even if you’ve never played any of the games, I think you’re going to want to see this version of the movie after you check out these images. Read More »

The Crow concept art

The most recent iteration of The Crow remake went down in flames yesterday when director Corin Hardy and star Jason Momoa walked away from the movie a few weeks before shooting was set to begin. Now, Momoa has shared a piece of concept art and a tiny sliver of a look at him wearing the character’s iconic makeup. In an accompanying statement, the actor also swore that he’ll still play the part one day. Read More »

Alternate Millennium Falcon Designs - Solo A Star Wars Story

In Solo: A Star Wars Story, fans get to see what the Millennium Falcon used to look like before it ended up in the hands of Han Solo. Since Lando Calrissian likes to keep his ships as stylish and clean as his closet full of capes, we’ve never seen the Falcon look so good.

However, even with a new paint job and an escape pod installed between the mandibles at the front of the ship, the Millenium Falcon in Solo doesn’t look much different from the ship fans have come to love. But as you can see above, there were some rather wild alternate designs that would have given the ship’s body quite the overhaul, and you can see even more alternate Millennium Falcon designs below. Read More »

solo concept art

Solo: A Star Wars Story is now playing in theaters everywhere. Also available: The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story, a book loaded with great concept art that tracks the creation of the film’s many worlds and characters.

Below, check out some exclusive Solo concept art from The Art of Solo.

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black panther featurette

Ahead of the fast-approaching Black Panther Blu-ray and DVD release, here’s a Black Panther featurette that highlights the women of Wakanda. Plus: check out some Black Panther concept art.

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Some super new Incredibles 2 images are here, showcasing a behind-the-scenes look at Pixar’s highly anticipated sequel. Below you’ll see some progressions from sketch to final rendering, storyboards, and concept art.

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last jedi concept art

There was one genuinely surprising cameo in Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Yoda. Early marketing for the film did a great job keeping the late Jedi master out of sight, making his big reveal all the more delightful. Now, as The Last Jedi heads to Blu-ray, the cat’s out of the bag. Newly released Last Jedi concept art highlights Yoda’s return. Plus, watch an excerpt of the full Yoda scene below.

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rampage trailer

Realizing the premise of Rampage is rather silly, a new trailer for the film leans into that silliness and gives star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson an opportunity to yell at you from the gym. In addition to that, new Rampage concept art reveals a behind-the-scenes look of the film. See that and the new Rampage trailer below.

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Pixar Pier concept art

Disneyland’s California Adventure already has an area devoted to the Cars franchise and A Bug’s Life, but the park is about to get a fresh injection of Pixar-themed content at the newly-revamped Pixar Pier, which is replacing Paradise Pier. The official Disney Parks Blog has unveiled some new Pixar Pier concept art, including neighborhoods devoted to Toy Story, The Incredibles, and more. Read More »

Shuri concept art

A king is only as strong as those who stand beside him. Luckily for Black Panther, he has one of the coolest girls in the world to keep him on his toes: his little sister, Shuri. Actress Letitia Wright wonderfully brought the Wakandan princess to life in Ryan Coogler’s record-breaking hit Black Panther, and now one of the film’s artists has shared some Shuri concept art that shows off a few early designs for the tech-savvy genius.
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