“Miraculous Ladybug” [Partially Animated Original Concept; 2004-2012]

In 2004, French artist Thomas Astruc (who'd been a storyboard artist on programs such as W.I.T.C.H. and Totally Spies) encountered a female artist with a ladybug illustration on her shirt. This provided the inspiration for an idea about a Franco-Chinese girl named Marietta Cheng who was, by night,the superheroine, Ladybug the Mini-Menace, fighting crime in … Continue reading “Miraculous Ladybug” [Partially Animated Original Concept; 2004-2012]

Stanley Kubrick’s “Napoleon” (1967- 1973; unproduced)

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“Noble Rot” (1982; Unproduced)

By Late 1981, 32 year old John Adam Belushi was already an acclaimed renaissance man. He had already conquered three whole facets of entertainment. He had formerly been a featured player on the number one rated television show, NBC's sketch comedy series, "Saturday Night Live", had been the breakout character "Bluto" Blutarski in the number … Continue reading “Noble Rot” (1982; Unproduced)

“Atuk” (1971-1997; Unproduced)

Over the years, many motion pictures during production have been plagued with difficulties. Some, so much so that they’ve been rumored to have been cursed. This is especially true of films that deal with dark supernatural forces, “The Exorcist”, “The Omen”, and the “Poltergeist” Trilogy, just to name a few. So it may come as … Continue reading “Atuk” (1971-1997; Unproduced)

“The Tony Clifton Story” (1980; Unproduced)

Andy Kaufman.. Just mention of the name alone in a conversation would bring either scorn, fascination, or merely indifference from those whom one would converse with. And that’s just how Andy would have wanted it. A curious oddity in show business history near the end of the 20th Century, Kaufman was one of the early … Continue reading “The Tony Clifton Story” (1980; Unproduced)