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David S. Goyer teases Masters of the Universe concept art

Last week it was reported that filming will (finally) get underway on Sony’s Masters of the Universe movie in the coming months, with David S. Goyer (Blade: Trinity) set to direct the big screen adaptation of the classic Mattel toy line. Well, Goyer has now taken to Instagram to tease pre-production work on the film, sharing an image of himself and illustrator Carlos Huante (Star Trek Beyond) looking over some concept art.

A second photo has been removed, but as captured by Omega Underground, it featured a piece of concept art which is clearly labelled ‘Teela Battle Suit’ and shows the Captain of the Eternian Royal Guard clad in what looks like some kind of exosuit/armour. Let us know what you make of the design in the comments below…

Masters of the Universe is set for release on December 18th 2019.

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A Piece of Concept Art From Masters Of The Universe Has Surfaced Showing Teela

I'm very curious to see how this upcoming Masters of the Universe film turns out. Director David S. Goyer recently shared a couple photos of him looking at some preliminary designs for some of the characters. The one character that we get a decent look at is of He-Man's right-hand-woman Teela. The things is... she's wearing some kind of mech-type battle-suit!?

I'll be honest... I'm not a fan of it. Look, I like the design... but this in no way represents He-Man and The Masters of the Universe. Why does she need a mech battle suit? This is the first sign for me that this film is being taken in the wrong direction. I want to finally see a He-Man movie that is faithful to the classic action figure line and cartoon that many of us grew up with. No one in the He-Man universe needs a mech suit! All
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Teela's Battle Armor Unveiled in Masters of the Universe Movie Art

David S. Goya is getting Masters of the Universe ready for production, which is heavily rumored to begin this spring. The director was revealed to be in talks with Sony late last year to helm the project and the new pictures are certainly promising, especially a new computer mock-up of a battle suit for Teela, which confirms her appearance in the long awaited Masters of the Universe reboot. Goyer appears to be pretty excited for the project, which is certainly a good sign.

The director posted two pictures of the He-Man movie in pre-production, which is the first bit of anything that we have seen thus far. director David S. Goyer is featured in the pictures alongside concept artist Carlos Huante (Hellboy, Star Trek Beyond). The first of two photos shows the duo staring over some concept art placed over a table, but it's not big enough to see just exactly what they're looking at.
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Great Job, Internet!: Here’s what the aliens in Arrival nearly looked like

Denis Villeneuve’s new philosophical thriller Arrival derives much of its power and mystery from the design of its aliens and their inexplicable, sliver-shaped starships. Squid-like, elephantine, and usually seen only in deftly rationed glimpses, the Heptapods and their ships were the work of artist Carlos Huante, expanding on notes from the original source story, Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life”. But Huante wasn’t the only designer consulted on the project: artist Peter Konig, who’s lent designs to movies like Jurassic Park, Cloverfield, and Splice, also submitted several ideas for the alien’s ultimate designs.

(Image: Peter Konig)

Konig’s Heptapods tend toward the ethereal, reinforcing the idea of the aliens as inherently aquatic beasts. According to an interview the artist recently gave to CinemaBlend, he was also influenced by the alien warmth of horses’ eyes, a choice reflected in the second of these designs:

(Image: Peter
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Jurassic Park 4: the versions that never were




Since life finds a way, Jurassic Park 4 was eventually made under the title Jurassic World. But many ideas floated around beforehand...

Although Jurassic Park III made less money than The Lost World: Jurassic Park - which itself had made less money than the original Jurassic Park - there was never much doubt that Universal wanted another dino-stuffed movie from Steven Spielberg's Michael Crichton-inspired film franchise. The problem was working out exactly how to do this, after the sequels had failed to live up to the financial success and audience adoration of the first film.

Eventually, we got the box office-smashing Jurassic World and Chris Pratt in a natty waistcoat. But before that, tonnes of ideas came and went as Universal attempted to nail down the best way to resurrect the series without the help of ancient mosquituoes...

Early ideas stage

The long and winding
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New concept art for scrapped Jurassic Park 4 shows off bizarre human/dinosaur hybrids

We’ve seen a few pieces of concept art for the scrapped Jurassic Park 4 in the past, but now even more has found its way online thanks to Prometheus concept artist Carlos Huante. These depict various human/dinosaur hybrids which would have been the focus of what would have no doubt been a terrible movie, but […]

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Concept art for the failed Jurassic Park 4 features human-dinosaurs with guns

Back in 2001, it was reported that Steven Spielberg and Joe Johnston (who had directed Jurassic Park III) were working on ideas for a fourth movie in the series. Some rumours had it that Sam Neill and Jeff Goldbum were set to return as Alan Grant and Ian Malcolm, and would see them lead an expedition team on another island. Keira Knightly was also signed on at one point, but she was written out in later drafts.

Eventually in 2007, Aint It Cool news wrote a review of a leaked script they got their hands on, which surrounded the idea that InGen were now mixing the DNA or humans, raptors and dogs to create human-dino hybrids. Yep. And they had guns too.

As we all now know, Jurassic Park IV was scrapped and replaced with last year’s mega blockbuster Jurassic World. However artist Carlos Huante (Men in Black) has shared some
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Jurassic Park 4: new concept art from lost film




Artist Carlos Huante recently shared concept art from a much earlier take on Jurassic Park 4...

If you Frankensteined the DNA of the Hulk, Wolfman and a velociraptor in a petri dish, you’d get Raptorman. He was due to appear in a Jurassic Park film, but it ultimately wasn't meant to be.

Raptorman was part of a screenplay envisioned by John Sayles and William Monahan when they were penning an earlier take on Jurassic Park 4, featuring genetically enhanced soldier-o-saurus reptiles created by a corporation to be mercenaries that are supposed to wrangle the rogue dinos trampling North America.

The military dinos died out after studio execs decided this one big leap for dinosaur-kind was just too bizarre. It was this script that Jurassic World outlived to become the official fourth movie in the Jurassic Park franchise. The closest that ever got to the Sayles-Monahan concept
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Unused Jurassic Park 4 Art Shows Dinosaur-Human Hybrid Raptorman

Unused Jurassic Park 4 Art Shows Dinosaur-Human Hybrid Raptorman
Jurassic Park 3 came out in 2001, and though a lot of the effects looked fantastic and the movie delivered on the promise of dinosaurs, it really failed to live up to the expectations of the franchise. As a result, it took 14 years to finally get a sequel to Jurassic Park in the form of Jurassic World, which absolutely crushed it at the box office last year and seemed to satisfy most fans who had been waiting all of that time.

Universal hadn't just been sitting on their hands for 14 years though. They had been trying to get Jurassic Park 4 made since the moment Jurassic Park 3 hit theaters, and it went through a lot of different and crazy development phases. Recently, Carlos Huante took to his Instagram to share some never before seen concept art for an abandoned version of Jurassic Park 4 from around 2001, which he was working on with director Joe Johnston.
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1994 Flashback! Want to See Adi’s Werewolf Design for Jack Nicholson in Wolf?

Alec Gillis of Amalgmated Dynamics, Inc. is sharing some pretty incredible stuff over at his Instagram account. Today, he posted some concept art by Carlos Huante for the 1994 film Wolf. Adi pitched for the job, which ultimately went to Rick Baker, and their "wolf" is definitely different than the final design. I'm not certain if this is what Adi had in mind for Nicholson's transformations throughout the film or if this represented the "final change" which came at the end of the story.

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Ilm Says Recent ‘Jurassic Park 4′ Concept Art Is Not Official

Those who have been following progress (or lack thereof) on Jurassic Park 4 over the past decade may recall a time when mind-baffling rumors were circulating that the fourth installment was going to feature genetically-altered dinosaurs trained to use weapons. Screen Rant‘s own Rob Keyes jokingly (or was he?) requested a Dino-Riders movie while writing about the project last year; however, that’s not all that far off from the shape JP4 was taking some eight years ago.

William Monahan (The Departed) and John Sayles (Lone Star) penned that version of the script, with Carlos Huante (Prometheus) serving as the conceptual artist. We’ve contacted Ilm and been informed that the JP4 conceptual artwork which leaked online earlier this week is not from the official production. Nonetheless, these images do offer some interesting food-for-thought on what could’ve been the next step in evolution (or something like that) for the Jurassic Park franchise.
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Jurassic Park 4 - Crazy Dino-Human Hybrid Concept Art

Over the years we've heard a lot about the possibility of a fourth Jurassic Park movie. Several writers have come and gone trying to come up with a decent story and script, but nothing has ever stuck. There's one currently in development right now, which is being pushed forward, and one day we will see a fourth Jurassic Park film happen.

Back in 2005 screenwriters William Monahan (The Departed) and John Sayles (Spiderwick Chronicles) teamed up to collaborate on a story for Jurassic Park 4 that involved dinosaur and DNA testing gone bad. The tests resulted in these crazy looking human-dino hybrids that would break free and and wreak havoc. The best part of these hybrids were that they were intelligent enough to shoot weapons and solve complicated problems. 

The movie was never put into development, probably because of its ridiculousness. But before it was completely shut down Ilm designer Carlos Huante
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"Jurassic Park 4" Dino-Human Concept Art

While various different versions of a fourth "Jurassic Park" have been in development over the past decade, none has been more infamous or contentious as the John Sayles-penned take with gun-carrying dinosaurs. That version involved genetically created 'mercenary dinosaurs' made from blending dinosaur, human and dog DNA.

Now some concept art, created for that version by artist Carlos Huante and sculpted into 3D by Andrew Cawrse, has snuck online via Turns out as soon as the heads at Amblin Entertainment saw the artwork, they shut down the project almost instantly.
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Check out the Humanosaurus Concept Art for Scrapped Jurassic Park 4 Script

I'm not exactly sure why we need a fourth Jurassic Park film, but Universal has been trying to get one for years.  At one point, John Sayles (Lone Star) wrote a script that took an Island of Doctor Moreau bent, and created genetically engineered human-dinosaurs mercenaries that could wield guns.  What's more dangerous than a velociraptor?  A velociraptor with an Ak-47 (clever girl).  The project was eventually scrapped due in part to concept art by Carlos Huante that has now been leaked online.  Some of it just looks like The Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man, but there are some seeds of a cool idea, like the triceratops, since he's the only one with opposable thumbs.  I don't know if this would be a good fit for the Jurassic Park franchise, but I can absolutely see it working for a SyFy movie.  They should hire Lorenzo Lamas, shoot it this weekend,
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Jurassic Park 4 Artwork Surfaces Online

Jurassic Park 4 Artwork Surfaces Online
After Joe Johnston's Jurassic Park III in 2001, there was meant to be, at some point, a Jurassic Park IV. Scripts were offered to Spielberg and then rejected numerous times, with William Monahan and John Sayles' effort working on the idea of dinosaurs-on-the-mainland combined with human/dinosaur hybrid soldiers that could use guns and carry out simple tasks.Now artwork has surfaced online that reportedly originates with Ilm's Andrew Cawrse and concept artist Carlos Huante, revealing just how far down the pipeline this pretty outrageous idea went. And before you look at them, know this: they're pretty damn weird. You have been warned...As for the current situation with the far-more-likely-to-happen version of Jurassic Park IV (as penned by Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes writing team Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver), that's all still pencilled in for a 2014 release, though it looks like it might end up
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'Jurassic Park 4' Concept Art Is Crazier Than You Think

'Jurassic Park 4' Concept Art Is Crazier Than You Think
The "Jurassic Park" series has always been a cash cow, and for that reason, it seems like there has always been an ongoing attempt to bring it back to the screen for a fourth iteration. Scripts for a new entry have come and gone without ever seeing the light of day outside some production meetings, but one got further along than we ever knew.

In 2005, "The Departed" writer William Monahan and John Sayles collaborated on a script for "Jurassic Park 4" that involved DNA experiments gone awry. These tests resulted in monstrous human-dino hybrids that—well, what else?—break free and cause chaos. But these hybrids didn't get the intellect of the dinosaurs. They were intelligent enough to fire guns and problem-solve.

The idea didn't make it too far, but it did generate some concept art from Ilm designer Carlos Huante. The mock-ups are perhaps the most interesting aspect of this
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Bizarre Concept Art From The Scrapped Jurassic Park IV

These concept designs from artist Carlos Huante are from the John Sayles scripted version of Jurassic Park IV that we will never see. That story featured these genetically engineered human-dinosaur-dog hybrids (di-hu-ogs) that were also super smart gun-toting mercenaries. Now don't get me wrong, I actually think some of the designs are pretty cool, and the idea sounds like it could make for a good movie, but a Jurassic Park movie? Nobody seems too sure how far into production the movie actually got, but according to Huante as soon as the Amblin Entertainment brass saw these designs, they shut down the project almost immediately.. As I said, there is currently another Jurassic Park IV script by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver out there (probably not featuring gun-toting T-Rexs) but no solid info on when or if it will go into production.
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Jurassic Park IV: The Extinctables?

Evidence has been excavated that a potential plot for Jurassic Park IV would have involved dinosaurs given human (and dog) DNA and trained as soldiers. Just, ya know, because.

The script, by John Sayles (Piranha, 1978; The Howling, 1981) and William Monahan (Kingdom Of Heaven, 2005; The Departed,2006) would have begun with a pterosaur attack on a baseball game, according to Ain’t it Cool News.

Enter Nick Harris, one of those “soldier of fortune” type lead characters, sent on a mission to Isla Nublar, the original Park site, searching for the shaving cream can full of DNA samples swiped by Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight) for a rival company in the first film.

(A plot device shared with Telltale Games Jurassic Park: The Game, incidentally.)

The guy gets captured by Grendel Corporation, the outfit who took over Jurassic Park. Rather than torture him for the shaving can, Grendel offer him a job
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Concept Art for Failed Jurassic Park 4 Version That Had Dinosaurs With Guns

Steven Spielberg has been talking about developing a fourth "Jurassic Park" installment ever since the third film hit theaters. But despite the many scripts that were written, all of them have been rejected. Including the one that had dinosaurs carrying guns. That script, by John Sayles (The Spiderwick Chronicles), got far into development, with Carlos Huante hired to create pieces of concept art for Spielberg. Hasbro was even brought on to create toys from all the new characters that were supposed to show up in the movie. But as soon as executives got a look at the concept art, they immediately ripped up the script and shut down production. The story would have revolved around Nick Harris, who was hired to train mercenary dinosaurs that were created using a mix of DNA from dinosaurs, humans and dogs. Check out the art below. Concept Art: (click to enlarge)
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Take a Look at the Jurassic Park Sequel that Almost Was

While Jurassic Park 4 is gearing up for production, years ago there was a script written by John Sayles for a proposed fourth film which ultimately got canned. The script featured genetically engineered human-dinosaur hybrids that were super smart gun-toting mercenaries. Wanna see 'em?

The images below were brought to light by Badass Digest via Reddit. Leaked onto the wonderful interwebs is a series of concept art created by artist Carlos Huant, along with a couple of Ilm sculpts. To say this concept was a bit out of the box is an understatement. Check it out for yourself, and sound off in our comments section below.

Universal has set Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) to write the script for the fourth Jurassic Park film, which will be produced by Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy. Spielberg won’t direct.

Look for more on this one (hopefully) soon!
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