‘Metal Gear Solid’ Movie Seemingly Adds ‘Captain America: Civil War/Ghost In The Shell’ Concept Artist

Jul 19, 2018

Metal Gear Solid director Jordan Vogt-Roberts recently revealed to IGN that he’s sent Sony a script and has been posting production concept artwork on his Twitter account calling it fan art, but being made by high level talent who work on major studio blockbusters.

Well, a new piece Jordan has posted today suggests another talented film concept artist is now working on the film.

Concept artist Maciej Kuciara made this artwork and is one of the rising talents working on production design in film art departments. His credits include Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, Ghost In The Shell, Guardians of The Galaxy, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Kong: Skull Island.

Here are some stunning examples of Maciej’s artwork for previous studio films.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

GHOST IN THE SHELL

KONG: SKULL ISLAND

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST

Kuciara just happens to be yet another Weta Workshop artist along with Ben Mauro [The Hobbit, Chappie, Elysium], who is also working in the art department. Metal Gear Solid producer Avi Arad has previously used Weta on Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Ghost In The Shell, the more we look at the art department credits it’s looking like Weta will most likely work on the film.

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There is an expectation that Vogt-Roberts will eventually make a movie announcement as these pieces of artwork are most likely coming from the film’s art department considering the cost involved.

SOURCE: JORDAN VOGT-ROBERTS

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