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Photoplay cover illustration of Margo Robbie as Nellie LaRoy by Steven Chorney.

Key art poster illustrations by Sarah Deck

The poster set as dressed into the Kinoscope Pictures conference room. Key art poster illustrations by Sarah Deck.

Key art poster illustrations by Sarah Deck

Manny Torres (Diego Calva) presents a plan for Nellie's makeover to the Kinoscope Pictures Board

The tabloids cover the close friendship of Nellie LaRoy and Lady Fay Zhu ) Li Jun Li), imperiling both of their careers. Kinoscope hopes to raise Nellie's image up with a series of high end films.

THE CAPTAIN movie poster illustration of Brad Pitt as Jack Conrad by Steven Chorney
Photoplay Cover Illustration of Brad Pitt as Jack Conrad by Michael Koelsch

The scene where Jack Conrad reads Elinor St. John's article was cut from the film.

Photoplay Jack Conrad cover illustration by David Palumbo. Sadly the magazine insert didn't make it into the final cut.

Following his divorce from Ina, Jack weds Olga Putti. Here's the featured wedding photo composite along with a couple of others featuring Elinor St. John (Jean Smart), Irving Thalberg (Max Minghella), and best buddy George Munn (Lukas Haas). Party background photos - Getty Images
Things quickly turn sour and Jack finds himself in a messy divorce trial. Courtroom illustration by Richard Hankins / History for Hire

Photo of Marion Davies - Library of Congress Digital Collection

Maid's Off poster illustration by David M. Brinley

The Loose Tunes poster is revealed at the close of Manny's presentation of prospective projects and poster art to clean up Nellie LaRoy's image . The Harlem Trot poster was completed in post-production for and insert shot, but director Damien Chazelle chose to go with a different version by my colleague Kerry Hyatt that was closer in style to Loose Tunes.

Key Art Illustrations by Jules Kmetzko

Charlie Chaplin Photo / Getty Images

Poverty Row style headshots of Kinoscope's resident drug pusher "The Count"

Nellie's sad end at the bottom of the page, lower left corner. This piece, created for one of the final insert shots is entirely digital.
All of the Variety covers and other news clippings were faithfully recreations of the original publications using real articles
alongside the film's fictitious ones. No scans were used, the mastheads were digitally re-drawn, and all articles
freshly typeset and formatted to match the originals.