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I, Robot (2004)

One man saw it coming.

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Old Jan 2, 2006, 07:19 AM   #1
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Alternative I, Robot Screenplay

Found this here:

There was an earlier attempt at a movie version of I, Robot, but it never made it to the screen. In 1969 the rights were optioned to Hollywood, but no progress was made toward making a movie until 1977, when Harlan Ellison, an award-winning author and friend of Asimov, was hired to write a screenplay. Ellison worked on it for a year, and created a screenplay that Asimov thought would make a truly marvelous film. But Hollywood did not have the nerve to make a movie from that screenplay, and the project was shelved. Ellison regained control of his work, and it was published in 1987 as I, Robot: The Illustrated Screenplay.

I guess these are the illustrations from the book (illustrations by Mark Zug).

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