Concept Art from Justice League: Dark Movie Surfaces
Do Not Harm the Green
Between the cancelledJustice League: Mortal from George Miller and now this, we feel slightly cheated by earlier DC movies. To be fair to all involved, Justice League: Dark is still slated to be released at some point, if they ever move past the concept stage. Right now, the original script and screenplay by Guillermo Del Toro has been passed onto Doug Liman, who has since said the film is cancelled. But, since DC hasn’t said anything official, we hold out hope that we may see it someday.
The live action version of Justice League: Dark was reportedly going to star some of the best and brightest of the supernatural heroes. John Constantine, Boston Brand, Zatanna, Etrigan the Demon, Spectre and Swamp Thing.
Speaking of Swamp Thing, the concept artist and storyboard artist of the film, Houston Sharp, has shared some amazing art for Swamp Thing. Showing off the horror elements and intensity that fans would have prayed to be present in the film.
Ent from Lord of the Rings and something straight from Blair Witch
In Sharp’s version of Swamp Thing, he was going to be able to grow himself much larger and appear much more menacing. Appearing as this massive hulking entity that’s somewhere between an Ent from Lord of the Rings and something straight from Blair Witch. With some Ritual thrown in for good measure. Frankly, it looks freaking awesome!
We would kill to see Houston Sharp’s version of Swamp Thing on the big screen. Especially alongside heavy hitters like Constantine, Zatanna and Etrigan, it would’ve been so cool to see this come to life.