The image above may look like something from one of the stranger, more celebrity-obsessed corners of DeviantArt, but it is not. It is real. Frighteningly real. See, back in 1997, when the success of Braveheart was still fresh in everyone's mind (and three years before the X-Men would get the big-screen treatment), Mel Gibson was approached to play Wolverine on film.
Obviously, this never actually happened -- the role would eventually go to Hugh Jackman, who would spend the next 14 years alternating between snikting, singing and appearances on Monday Night Raw -- but it went far enough that there was concept art produced by Miles Teves showing just what Gibson would look like in the role.
By now there's a good chance you've scoped out unused concept art from Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man film, but there's nothing quite like seeing it in action. Studio ADI has posted a screen test of an initial Gre
For the past two weeks, ComicsAlliance's Chris Sims and David Uzumeri have been defending the much-maligned Batman & Robinmovie, but even they couldn't say anything nice about the atrocious costume designs. But amazingly, as we learned from the original unused costume concepts posted online e
Miles Teves' film credits include contributions to everything from sci-fi classics like "Total Recall" and "RoboCop" to a sizeable chunk of modern comic book movie staples such as "Spider-Man" and "Watchmen." Di
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