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Funnily enough, even though we’re still a ways off from the 2012 summer blockbuster season, there’s not a whole lot that hasn’t been seen yet. We’ve already obsessed over teasers, images, trailers, set photos and set videos for a good deal of this summer’s most anticipated movies, leaving only a few bits and pieces left to reveal. One of those is the villain The Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man, played… Continue reading Cool Concept Image of The Lizard from 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

November 21, 2011

Even if you don’t know his name, you’ve seen his work and in an exclusive interview with ComingSoon.net’s ShockTillYouDrop.com, Concept Designer Neville Page discusses his world-building past, present and future.

The artist is responsible for sundry movie monsters, and other creations, such as the giant beast that rampages through New York City in Cloverfield, the hungry fish of Piranha 3D, the otherworldly creatures of Avatar

 

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s The Crow had been set to start shooting this January, but the 28 Weeks Later director moved on to the Highlander remake — and by the looks of this concept art for The Crow reboot he might be glad he did. The Hangover’s Bradley Cooper was set to star in the role as Eric Draven (yeah, we thought it was weird

November 12, 2011

This year, a reboot of The Crow was in development with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) sitting at the helm and Bradley Cooper to star as the eponymous character who returns from the grave to exact revenge.

Ever wonder what the film was going to look like? Furthermore, what Bradley Cooper would have looked like as The Crow? Shock Till You Drop scored a

Nicole Richie and family at Disney’s Rapunzel’s Royal Celebration event in Kensington Gardens in central London. The event welcomes Rapunzel into the Disney Princess royal court alongside Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, Snow White and Tiana.… Continue reading Conrad Murray Trial Recap: Dr. Had 'No Concept' Of Time During Michael Jackson Death