Cameron's Aborted Spider-Man Movie Script Now Illustrated in Glorious Neal Adams Style
In 1992 director James Cameron was poised to bring the big budget blockbuster Spider-Man to the silver screen. But due to contractual squabbles and several studios claiming rights to produce the flick, Cameron's dream was never realized and Spider-Man fell into development hell. Until the Sam Raimi spider-pictures, that is. Internet messageboarders sighed a collective sigh of relief as Cameron's original script treatment was slightly "off brand" for the character... and included plenty of unexpected spider-swearing and even Peter Parker & Mary Jane Watson's scandalous sex scene on a giant spider-web!
Oh my stars and garters!
Recently Italian comics lover extrodinaire Daniele Tomasi has decided to treat us all to a re-presentation of director James Cameron's original movie scriptment... by illustrating the storyboards in a beautiful Neal Adams style! Granted, the site's navigation is a bit confusing, but I gotta give Daniele a hand for doing this. It looks great and must have been a heck of a lot of work!