Director Vincenzo Natali spent years working on a movie adaptation of William Gibson’s cyberpunk novel Neuromancer, but it never came to fruition. Now he’s sharing art from the project, giving us a hint at what his Neuromancer movies might have looked like.

In 2010, Natali came on board the Neuromancer adaptation, and we even saw a poster in 2012, but it doesn’t sound like he’s part of the latest attempt to bring the book to the big screen. Over on Twitter, Natali is also sharing behind-the-scenes images from his earlier films, including Cube, Cypher, and Splice, as well as his pitches for a Predator movie, and adaptation of Charles Burns’ graphic novel Black Hole and Stephen King’s It.

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[via Quiet Earth]