The original Deadpool was quite the surprise hit for many people. While many dreamed that a film starring the Merc with a Mouth would be decent, few could have predicted how much heart and genuine feels it would bring. And despite that home run of a film, director Tim Miller ended up stepping down from its sequel, citing creative differences with Ryan Reynolds and co.
Needless to say, things would have ended up differently had Tim Miller actually helmed the film, but what sort of differences could we ultimately expect? Concept artist Alexander Lozano has taken to Instagram to show off a couple pieces of concept art for the characters Juggernaut and Domino, as they were in Miller’s own mind.
Let’s start with Domino:
I really love this designs here (if you click on the post, you can scroll through three different looks). In it, we have a white Domino — though her skin isn’t the pale-white comic book fans are used to — with what looks like eye black around that left eye, king of like war paint.
There are three outfits. One blue one, one black one with an oxygen mask, and another black one that gives off a more casual look. None of the outfits look comic book accurate, but they do look much more functional and less skimpy than the comics (though the one they ended up with wasn’t exactly exploitative either). Personally, I would have been pretty happy with any of these looks over the black leather outfit we ended up with, but the character ended up pretty solid either way.
Next, let’s look at Juggernaut:
Here, we get a Juggernaut that doesn’t look too incredibly different, and if anything, he looks a tad closer to his comic book counterpart. That being said, I’m generally only talking about his outfit, and since he just broke out of mutant prison in the film, it’s understandable why he ended up in the outfit he did in the film.
Do you prefer any of these looks to the ones we ended up with in the movie? Let us know down below!
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SOURCE: Alexander Lozano