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See What Angelina Jolie Almost Looked Like in 'Maleficent'

We love concept art around here because it gives us a chance to see what our favorite movie characters almost looked like on their way to the big screen. The latest bits of art to arrive online are Steffen Reichstadt's alternate designs for Angelina Jolie in Maleficent.

In the movie they went with a design that emphasized cheek bones so high and sharp they look like they'd cut anyone who got too close, but these other tests keep her face more intact and emphasize horns instead. The stunning beauty of Jolie's face seems to be masking the evil lurking behind her, making for a wonderful and instantly striking design.


Have a look at what could've been, and let us know which version you like more.


And here's an alternate version of Maleficent as a young girl. More versions are available at Steffen Reichstadt's site.


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