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Jim Byrkit: “Mission to Mars”

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“Before it was a Brian De Palma project, “Mission to Mars” was going to be Gore’s second film. We worked on it for months at the Disney lot. My favorite part was researching space suits and designing one that had more mobility and potential for head movement. I drew these and several full storyboarded sequences before the project changed hands.” Jim Byrkit

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