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A pre-pre-teaser maybe…? Well, here’s the Warcraft logo, maybe we’ll get a little more soon. Ah, Comic Con, I do so love you, sort of.
Once upon a time, I scooped a lot of details about Duncan Jones‘ upcoming Warcraft movie. Nobody has commented on them, but they’re all going to come true. Promise. Today, IGN spoke to Ben Foster about his role in the …
Based on this cast, it’s really hard to tell who’s playing which character.
But… where’s Colin Farrell?
Just a few months’ difference, so this probably won’t affect the production schedule too much.
It’s one of the consequences of becoming a hot, in demand director.
The film scheduled to open opposite Star Wars Episode VII.
Casting Roundup: Christoph Waltz Wants To Be A Horrible Boss After All, Plus Warcraft, Will Smith And More
He was out but now Christoph Waltz is back in for Horrible Bosses 2, Will Smith is selling time for a do-over, James Franco returns to Palo Alto and more in today’s roundup. • Christoph Waltz will be a horrible …
It has been speculated that Star Wars VII will be released in December 2015 too. I guess somebody has to go up against them.
A pretty vague, but intriguing image of the movie’s version of Khadgar is starting to form.
While Paula Patton is said to be negotiating a contract to take a “lead role” in Duncan Jones‘ Warcraft movie, Deadline report that Colin Farrell is less likely to sign on, giving it 50/50 odds. You may recall that I …
It looks like Jones is planning a full-blooded fantasy movie
Legendary’s Thomas Tull has just premiered some footage from World of Warcraft at Comic-Con. It was a scene, depicting a fight between a human and an Orc in the barrens. Patrick Dane identified a few of the very Warcraft-y details …
It’s Dungeons and Dragons vs. Dungeons and Dragons.
The combination of Warcraft and Duncan Jones is going to set fire to a lot of fan imaginations. This isn’t the last rumour we’re going to hear, even if it’s the only half-credible one.
Moon and Source Code director Duncan Jones has experience in creating cut sequences for video games, and so it may seem a natural evolution for him to adapt a game into a movie.