Jim Martin Design
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News of a planned BioShock feature film came to a screeching halt last year when Irrational’s Ken Levine revealed that the project was dead in the water. At that point in time, Gore Verbinski had been attached to direct, but Universal apparently got cold feet about pumping so much money into an R-rated flick.
But what if they hadn’t? What if the long awaited BioShock movie actually ended up getting made? What would that look like?
Over on his website, designer Jim Martin just posted a bunch of the concept art Universal hired him to draw up for the flick, which gives us a glimpse into the world we almost experienced on the big screen. Sadly, the unused art may be the closest we ever get to the film becoming a reality.
Check out the artwork below, and let us know what ya think!
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