Check Out iam8bit's Artwork for Big Screen Sequels Never Produced
There's plenty of times we report on projects in development that never make it to the big screen. Either they never make it out of development, production falls apart or the studio just abandons it. Some of these more intriguing projects are sequels that fans have wanted for years. There are plenty of times when sequels have been in development before the initial film hits theaters, and audiences never get to see the follow-up that might have been, whether it's The Rocketeer, Spaceballs or Labyrinth. But a new art exhibit from iam8bit envisions an alternate world where they exist and have commissioned over 40 artists to create posters for sequels that were never made and they're awesome glimpses at an alternate reality. Look!
Here's just some of the posters you'll see at iam8bit's special exhibit opening next week:
You can see more of the pieces at ComingSoon and Collider but you'll see many more at the actual show that will be at the iam8bit art gallery on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, California. Opening night is on November 13th at 7pm Pacific time and will be open until 11pm. Then the next day, November 14th, prints will go on sale worldwide through iam8bit's website right here. For more details on the show, check out the Facebook page right here. These are just awesome, and they make me wish some of these sequels actually got made, especially that Spaceballs sequel that just goes straight to the third film to search for the second. Cool?