Some people had hoped, after months of hype and the pedigree of director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code), that Warcraft might break the long and storied Curse Of Bad Video Game Movies. I have some sad news for those people. Maybe video game adaptations were just never meant to be.
Warcraft is hitting theaters six months from now, but the first TV spot for the film has just hit the web, showing off some new footage of the anticipated Duncan Jones movie.
We all thought it. We watched the first Warcraft trailer and thought, “Oh no, that’s a lot of CGI.” Immediately, the nightmare scenario popped into our heads: the possibility that this amazing video game had been turned into a sterile mess, without a shred of drama or humanity.
We’ve been starving for a new glimpse of Duncan Jones’ upcoming movie Warcraft, and this weekend, three new pictures of the fantasy epic have appeared, thanks to Empire Magazine.
Almost every single video game movie ever has sucked. It’s just inevitable when you take a medium that’s so personal and expand it into a less engaging experience. Duncan Jones, director of probably the biggest video game movie of all time Warcraft, knows this and thinks he’s fixed it.
Warcraft made a splash at Comic-Con this year—both on the floor and in Hall H, and fans have been waiting ages for news. But if you’re not familiar with the series, you may be confused as to what all the fuss is for. Don’t know your Gul’dans from your Durotans? Here’s our complete guide to the Warcraft film.
2015 is the third year director Duncan Jones has brought his big-screen adaptation of Warcraft to Comic-Con and he finally had something huge to show. He debuted about a 5 minute trailer from the film that featured a unique blend of CG visuals with intimate character moments and massive action.
Speaking at the Legendary booth during San Diego Comic-Con this evening, director Duncan Jones revealed Warcraft is about 10 VFX shots from being complete, he’s confident it’s good, and would love to come back to direct a sequel. Maybe even two.
Warcraft just wrapped filming a month or two ago, but the game adaptation doesn't come out until 2016. And just now, we saw our first clips from the film — full of energy blasts, swords, battles, orc mayhem... and a lot of remorseful deadbeat dads.
Lookie what popped up on the Comic-Con floor! The first look at some excellent weapons from Duncan Warcraft movie — plus the official logo treatment, which has updated the original orange letters into something a bit more sexy.
The cast of the big-budget, Duncan Jones-directed Warcraft movie sounds as though it's coming together, according to a recent report at Deadline. Among the stars reportedly in talks to take lead roles are Mission Impossible's Paula Patton, Star Trek's Anton Yelchin and Bullseye himself, Colin Farrell.
Holy crap, there was a big surprise at the Legendary/Warner Bros. panel just now. We saw the-first ever teaser for the World of Warcraft movie, in which a mighty armored warrior goes head-to-head with a huge green orc.
Sam Raimi was going to make a movie based on World of Warcraft. Now, he's not.