By now everyone has an idea of how bad the Fantastic 4 reboot has preformed at the box office and all the drama that has surrounded what went on behinds the scenes. Now one of the conceptual artists has released some of his work on this facebook page.
Conceptual artist Steve Jung (Transformers: Age of Extinction) was one of many artists brought in by 20th Century Fox to work on Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot. Below, you can check out unused designs for the inter-dimensional Planet Zero and a castle Victor von Doom (formerly known as Victor Domashev) lived in while he was there.
“Might as well show some work from this movie called Fantastic Four lol,” Jung wrote on his official Facebook page. “I was on this one early on before all the drama happened… none of my work made it to the movie (kinda glad) since it got changed many times after I left the project. Exploration of the Planet Zero and Victor’s castle ideations. By the way, the texture of the terrain is cigarette buds from a picture of the director’s ashtray.”
When Jung was asked if director Josh Trank specifically requested the cigarette bud-look, he replied, “Yes, he took the picture himself.” Jung then added, “The white puss coming out of the rocks were requested as well.”
The fact that one of the conceptual artists has said he is kind of glad his work never made it into the movie says a lot. Have you seen the Fantastic 4 reboot? Let us know.