After 2001: A Space Odyssey landed in theaters in 1968, Stanley Kubrick was on top of the world. The director was riding high on the success and critical acclaim of the sci-fi movie and he could do whatever he pleased. What he pleased, it turns out, was to do a sweeping epic on the life of Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon was set to be a massive undertaking and Kubrick, it seems, was up to the challenge. Alas, Napoleon was never made, but we now get an insanely detailed look at what could have been. Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon: The Greatest Movie Never Made is set for release by TASCHEN and is a compendium that includes the contents of 10 different books that never made their way into fans’ hands. From scouting photographs to Kubrick’s final script, you get everything behind the lost film. If you’re a Kubrick fan, this is a must buy.