James Cameron's unmade Spider-Man movie concept art has been revealed, showcasing a darker tone.
The art, found in Cameron's 2021 art book, shows Spider-Man in shadows and potentially wearing the black symbiote suit.
Cameron aimed to create a realistic "gritty" story set in New York rather than a fictional city.
The film would have focused on Peter Parker's high school years and used his powers as a metaphor for puberty.
Cameron was unable to obtain the rights from 20th Century Fox, leading to Sam Raimi's 2002 version.
Spider-Man has since seen multiple follow-ups and reboots, including Tom Holland's Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Cameron's latest film, Avatar: The Way of Water, is currently in theaters.
The concept art was shared on Twitter, surprising fans who had not previously seen it.