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Legendary Plans First Quarter 2014 Shoot for ‘Warcraft’

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Late in January of this year, Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) was announced as director of the long-in-development film based on Blizzard’s game world seen in titles like World of Warcraft. Unsurprisingly, news on further developments has been slow in coming as Jones and the films producers craft a plan for the film. At the time Jones was announced, a late 2013 shoot was theorized, with hopes for a 2015 release.

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StarWarsFan4013d ago

This could be epic; like a Star Wars or Lord Of The Rings trilogy.

coolbeans4013d ago (Edited 4013d ago )

Is its lore really as powerful as those franchises? Although I've played WoW, I can't be the judge of its overarching story when I was focused on getting every townsman their 10 animal/orc pelts.

adorie4012d ago

The lore is even more powerful. Titans and world creators, destroyers. Terraforming abilities, dragons, betrayals, villains on their own mindsets. Elvs, Drawves... reminds me of LOTR, but with bigger enemies. C'thun would be an excellent start for this movie, but that's just me.

I'd rather someone like Peter Jackson take on direction though. Or even Zack Snyder.


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