I’ve already got my horns fitted. We’re still figuring out the look. We’re experimenting with different things. But the horns are the horns – you can’t deny them. You have to have horns.That’s exactly what Angelina Jolie said about her new character a few months ago, when she also added:
It sounds really crazy to say that there will be something that’s good for young girls in this, because it sounds like you’re saying they should be a villain. Maleficent is actually a great person. But she’s not perfect. She’s far from perfect. In general, it’s a very good message to say, ‘Let’s look at something from the other side.As we previously reported, Stromberg directs this fantasy thriller (already set to hit theaters on July 2nd, 2014) from a script written by Linda Woolverton, which will reveal the events that hardened Maleficent’s heart and drove her to curse the baby, Aurora. In other words, Jolie plays a beautiful, pure-hearted woman with stunning black wings who is desperately searching for acceptance and desires to be the mistress of all fairies. So, what should the poster for Maleficent look like? Dark + fantasy + horns? I have no idea, but here’s what Niem Erze has to say about the whole thing (click on the poster to take a better look). P.S. If you like Erze’s work, make sure you visit her FB page and her official website as well.