Beautiful Guardians Of The Galaxy Concept Art- " Take My Hand, Peter"

Concept artist Arnaud Valette (Game of Thrones) has released some incredible new concept art that he created for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. The art shows us a different version of one of the more touching emotional moments in the film after Peter Quill grabs the stone and immediately starts to disintegrate due to the intense power that it holds. At that point he sees a vision of his dying mother who offers her hand to her son and says, "Take my hand, Peter." At that point he grabs the hand of Gamora. I loved how this powerful scene was portrayed in the film, but this alternate version looks pretty spectacular as well. 

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"Take My Hand, Peter" Concept Art From Guardians Of The Galaxy

Near the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) distracts Ronan (Lee Pace) with some funky dance moves. This allows Rocket and Drax to fire off a weapon that dislodges the infinity gem from Ronan's weapon. Quill leaps for the stone and grabs it. The stone's immense power appears to be killing Quill and this is when Gamora offers her hand to him so that the power can be spread between the two of them. Gamora's gesture triggers a vision of his dying mother offering her hand to him and saying, "Take my hand, Peter." Below, is concept art created by Arnaud Valette depicting an alternate look to this scene. The final piece of concept art is of a winged-alien creature called a "Char-Bird." From Marvel, the studio that brought you the global blockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, comes a
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Aquamen set to produce $40m Kong

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Aquamen set to produce $40m Kong
Us-based Aquamen Entertainment and Pigmental Studios are teaming with Chinese and Korean partners on $40m 3D animated feature Kong.

The project aims to give a sci-fi twist to the Chinese classic Journey To The West. It will go back to the origins of the main character, Sun Wukong (aka the Monkey King), who gets caught in the power struggle between two alien civilisations.

Aquamen is also collaborating with the China Cultural Chamber of Commerce, a trade organisation for the private sector, on the project. The organisation’s chairman Robin Li, also chairman of internet giant Baidu, is talking to the producers about boarding the project.

The producers are also in talks with a major Chinese investor to finance the film, which will be set up as a Us-Chinese-Korean co-production and use Chinese and Korean animators and other talent. They are also in talks with a Hollywood director to be announced soon.

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