OK, Rob Zombie, we get it. Tyrannosaurus Rex will completely follow the aesthetic of a troubled 15-year-old's margin doodles from his high school notebooks. You can cancel the poster where a barbarian cuts through the Megadeth logo. And the one where it sort of looks like someone threw ninja stars into the lined paper. And the one where a savage woman's boobs are scribbled out, because that's where you messed up. We get it.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Art Show Continues [Shock Till You Drop]
OK, it's not a 3D Tyrannosaurus Rex. But when Brad sent over the link, I thought that's what the email said, and I was pathetically excited. "Someone improved the design of a Tyrannosaurus!? What could they have done? Dear god, more mouths!? In 3D!?" As it turns out, it's just the 3rd piece of concept art from Rob Zombie's Tyrannosaurus Rex movie, which is not nearly as exciting.
This is the second piece of concept art to imply there will be giant, fire-based dinosaurs in the film's background. This needs to actually happen. Here's a way to implement it:
"We've got you now, Rex."
"I don't think so--I brought back up."
"You wha--oh shit! Tyrannosaurus Rexes made of pure flame are coming! From the background!"
Third Piece of art from Rob Zombie's Tyrannosaurus Rex [Shock Till You Drop]
Being a consummate artist and showman, Rob Zombie has remained tight-lipped on the plot of his next film, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and has denied the rumor it will be based on his comic, The Nail. In all likelihood, he's doing us a favor: if he were to tell us his raw, unrefined genius without first filtering it through the imperfections of film, it would probably blow our minds and/or sound like his music. So instead, he's started posting concept art to acclimate us to whatever Tyrannosaurus Rex may be.
The last peek he gave us came was this poster, which implied the movie would be about some badass '70s gang shooting people from a psychedelic bus while the shape of a dinosaur exploded behind them, which seems like a sound idea. Now there's this seemingly unrelated concept art, and I don't know what to think. In addition to being about dinosaur explosions, it's also like if Rob Zombie made a George Bellows painting more "X-treme"? I have no idea.
New Concept Art From Rob Zombie’s Tyrannosaurus Rex [/Film]
I guess they're going for a "if a trucker designed a Choose-Your-Own Adventure cover" look.
First Look at Rob Zombie's Tyrannosaurus Rex [Shock Till You Drop]
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