Vincenzo Natali Shares Concept Art For His 'Predator,' 'It,' and 'Neuromancer' Movies That Never Happened

Vincenzo Natali Shares Concept Art For His 'Predator,' 'It,' and 'Neuromancer' Movies That Never Happened

Jun 01, 2015

There are countless filmmakers who join Twitter just to promote their next project. So far that hasn't been the case with Vincenzo Natali. The director of Cube, Nothing, Splice, and Haunter recently joined Twitter, but he's not just drumming up promo for new episodes of Hannibal (he's a regular director on the series), he's actually sharing details on a ton of his past movies that never came to be.

Natali has been attached to a handful of big projects in the decades since Cube blew people's minds, perhaps most notably an adaptation of the seminal cyberpunk book Neuromancer, but he's tried to get even more movies off the ground that most never even knew were a possibility. He's shared concept art for Predator, Stephen King's It, an animated Watership Down, and even pages from his Swamp Thing script that never came to pass.

 

Neuromancer

 

 

It

 

Hannibal

 

Predator

 

Splice

 

Watership Down

 

Swamp Thing

 

All of the above is from Natali only being on Twitter for eight days. So if you like to glimpse the inner workings of movies that never were, you may want to start following his updates. And if you've never seen it, you should watch Natali's clever PSA for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

 

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