Before I signed my option deal for THE HUNTERS, I only had a vague notion of concept art. Although the term is self-explanatory, I didn’t realize how important it was to the look of a film. Thankfully, we have one of the best artists in Hollywood working on the project. His name is Chris Rosewarne, and he's worked on Guardians of the Galaxy, Skyfall, and many other blockbusters. (If you want to learn more about him, check out his website.)

In order to pitch the movie to potential actors, studios, and financiers, he created concept art for some of the key scenes in the book and/or screenplay. Below you will see some of my favorites (with SPOILERS):

Concept - Train Station
Béla Dobrev approaching the train station in 1916

Train - Platform (star)
The treasure train being loaded in the dead of night

Concept - McNutt - sniper
McNutt providing cover for the team in modern-day Moscow

Concept - Wolves 1
The Hunters running into trouble in the wilderness

Concept - Wolves 2
A pack of wolves moving in for the kill

Concept - Cossacks
The Cossacks greeting the Hunters

Concept - Sidorov
Sidorov leading his men against the Hunters

Concept - Hitting-the-lever 1
Cobb hitting the lever to change tracks

Concept - Speeding Train 1
The train speeding away from Sidorov's men

Concept - Borovsky Saves McNutt 1
Borovsky trying to save McNutt from certain death

Concept - Borovsky Saves McNutt 2
Borovsky and McNutt scrambling to safety


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