Guillermo del Toro's sketches reveal his At the Mountains of Madness

We're still pretty sad that we're never going to Guillermo del Toro's vision for the H. P. Lovecraft story At the Mountains of Madness. Unfortunately budget cuts and Prometheus killed this movie, but it will live on forever in the much whispered about pages of Guillermo del Toro's sketch book.

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We've seen GDT's beautiful monster-filled sketch-book images before, but never concepts showing what del Toro's At the Mountains of Madness could have looked like... until now. Get a good look at the director's early ideas for this Lovecraft adaptation.

Thanks to Reddit for the heads up, and for spotting these new pages.

At the Mountains of Madness


At the Mountains of Madness (to the right is an early version of the pale man from Pan's Labyrinth)

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At the Mountains of Madness

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At the Mountains of Madness (and Pan's Labyrinth)

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And then we threw in a few more images, just because we love del Toro's work:

Devil's Backbone

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Blade 2

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Hellboy

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Hellboy

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Pan's Labyrinth

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Pan's Labyrinth

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Pacific Rim

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Hellboy 2

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Hellboy 2

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Hellboy 2

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Hellboy 2

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Hellboy 2

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More images over at Imgur.

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