Produced by filmmaker Sam Raimi. Written by The Last of Us director Neil Druckmann. Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) possibly in talks to be Ellie. (But don't count on that one until it's actually finalized.)
Never mind that director Sam Raimi said not to expect the Warcraft movie anytime soon, actress Michelle Morrow is. She once again underscores her desire to be in the flick.
The 30-year-old Evil Dead series is coming to the iPhone and iPad as an "action-heavy 3D shooter" in the coming weeks, a chance to play with the boomstick-wielding, chainsaw-handed Ash on your iOS device and hopefully enjoy a not-terrible Evil Dead game.
Okay, that's not fair. Duncan Jones is more than just David Bowie's son. He's also the son of fashion model Angela Bowie.
While Hollywood director Sam Raimi is keen to make a World of Warcraft movie, whether he made it soon was always going to come down to the result of a tussle for his attention between it and another project.
Slated to helm Spider-Man 4, director Sam Raimi walked away from the project earlier this year. He is currently working on something that could very well be bigger. Much bigger.
Horror scream queen Michele Morrow has professed her desire to be in the upcoming Sam Raimi Warcraft film. Get in line, sister!
Spider-Man 4 has fallen apart. Sam Raimi has walked from the film. But what does this mean for Warcraft?
Blizzard is making a movie based on its rather popular Warcraft property. Sam Raimi is directing it, meaning one actor's involvement is almost assured. So which actor and which role?
Well, you might. Who knows. But according to movie news site Ain't It Cool, the director has been confirmed — and you might be pleasantly surprised.
After years (no, decades) of trying but failing, Hollywood finally got comic book movies right. Video games haven't fared as well. Director Sam Raimi is responsible for the silver screen version of Spider-Man and offers this insight as to why video games movies, well, suck: